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THE 


ADMISSION  REGISTERS  OF- 

ST.   PAUL'S    SCHOOL, 

from  1748  to  1876.  ' 

EDITED,  WITH  BIOGRAPHICAL  NOTICES 


NOTES  ON    THE  EARLIER  MASTERS  AND  SCHOLARS   OF    THE  SCHOOL, 
FROM  THE  TIME  OF   ITS   FOUNDATION, 

By  rev.  ROBERT  BARLOW  GARDINER,  M.A., 

Fourth  blaster, 

FORMERLY    EXUIBITIONER   OF   ST.    PAUL's   SCHOOL,    AND    SCHOLAR   OF   WADHAM 
COLLEGE,    OXFORD. 

WITH  APPENDICES. 


GEORGE    BELL    AND     SONS, 

YORK   STREET,    COVENT   GARDEN. 
1884. 


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^0  the  Memotu  of 

JOHN    COLET 

A   FOUNDER 

AS  FAR-SIGHTED   AS   HE   WAS   GENEROUS, 

A   PRIEST 

AS   LIBERAL  AS   HE   WAS   DEVOUT, 

A   MAN 
AS   LOVEABLE   AS   HE   WAS   LOVING, 

BY  ONE  WHO   OWES  ALL   TO   HIS   MUNIFICENCE. 


"  A  most  far-sighted  man,  Colet  saw  that  a  nation's  chief  hope  lay  in 
having  the  rising  generation  trained  in  good  principles." 

Erasmus'  Letter  to  Justus  Jonas  (Lupton's 
Translation,  page  28). 

"  Even  so  with  regard  to  a  man's  last  will  and  testament,  which  lawyers 
call  a  just  decision  about  what  we  should  wish  to  have  done  after  our 
death.  In  this  case  also  we  may  say  that  it  is  not  broken  or  infringed 
from  having  a  better  development  given  it  after  the  testator's  death  by 
some  godly  man  ;  and  from  more  good  being  done  by  a  better  will  than 
the  dying  man  could  have  wished  for.  To  act  thus  is  not  to  infringe  but 
to  perfect  a  will :  it  is  not  to  do  away  with  it  but  to  establish  it. 
We  believe  that  the  testator  also  wished  for  what  was  best  and  most 
acceptable  to  God :  and  that  when  he  died  he  was  minded  to  have 
that  last  will  of  his  made  perfect  in  a  better  will  if  any  such  there 
should  be." 

Colet's  Ex2?osition  of  St.  PauVs  Epistle  to 
the  Romans,  Ch.  iii. 

"  From  numbers  of  the  tenets  most  generally  received  in  the  public 
schools  {i.e.  at  the  Universities)  at  the  present  day  he  widely  dissented, 
and  would  at  times  discuss  them  among  his  private  friends.  When  with 
others,  he  would  keep  his  opinions  to  himself,  for  fear  of  coming  to  harm 
in  two  ways,  that  is  to  say,  only  making  matters  worse  by  his  efforts,  and 
sacrificing  his  own  reputation." 

Erasmus'  Letter  to  Justus  Jonas  (Lupton's 
Translation,  page  38). 

"  Wherefore  I  pray  you  al  lytel  babys  and  lytel  children  lerne  gladly 
this  lytel  treatise  and  commende  it  dylygently  unto  your  memoryes. 
Trustynge  of  this  begynnynge  ye  shall  procede  and  grow  to  parfyt 
lyterature  and  come  at  the  last  to  be  grete  clarkes.  And  lyfte  up  your 
lytel  whyte  handes  for  me  whiche  prayeth  for  you  to  God." 

Colet's  "  Lytell  prohem6  "  to  his  Accidence. 


PREFACE. 


Brother  Paulines, 

I  commend  to  your  charity  this  my  effort 
to  perpetuate  the  records  of  our  School, 

In  the  year  1878  the  present  High  Master  suggested 
to  me  that  it  was  desirable  that  the  records  of  St.  Paul's 
School  should  be  published.  After  some  consideration 
and  with  much  diffidence  I  undertook  to  collect  some 
materials  for  such  a  work,  trusting  that  if  our  School 
could  not  again  produce  a  Leland,  a  Camden,  or  a  Strype, 
there  might  yet  be  found  a  Gale,  a  Knight,  or  a  Fosbrooke 
to  whose  antiquarian  zeal  and  learned  leisure  I  might 
commit  my  collections. 

It  was  thought  however  that  the  approaching  crisis 
in  our  School's  history  would  justify  the  publication  of 
its  records,  and  so  1  venture  to  intrust  to  your  kindness 
the  results  of  my  work,  undertaken  in  the  leisure  of  a 
Schoolmaster.  I  am  sensible  that  another  ten  years'  labour 
would  still  have  left  the  work  imperfect,  but  I  hope 
that  the  interest  of  the  present  juncture  will  excuse  its 
production. 

Originally  it  was  only  intended  to  publish  the 
Captains'  Registers  (1806 — 1876)  preserved  in  the  School 
Library  :  to  these  after  some  consideration  I  resolved  to 
prefix  the  Register  of  Names,  dating  from  1751,  collected 
by  Dr.    Kynaston  from  the   Presentations  ;    together  with 


PREFACE. 


the  names  of  sucli  earlier  Paulines  as  were  found  in 
Kniglit's  Life  of  Colet  and  other  works. 

The  work  was  almost  completed  in  this  form  when, 
by  the  kindness  of  the  Mercers'  Company,  I  obtained 
access  to  the  Eecords  of  Admissions  preserved  in  com- 
pleteness at  their  Hall  from  1748.  This  obliged  me  to 
rewrite  the  work  from  1748  to  1806,  and  shortly  after- 
wards I  received  information  from  other  books  in  their 
possession,  from  which  I  collected  the  greater  part  of 
the  facts  which  fill  the  first  eighty  pages  of  this  book :  my 
previous  notes  therefore  on  early  Paulines  had  to  be 
fitted  in  to  this  new  matter.  Let  this  rewriting  be 
pleaded  as  an  excuse  for  any  inconsistencies  which  may 
be  discovered  between  the  earlier  and  later  portions  of 
the  work. 

In  compiling  the  notes  I  have  asked  for  help  far 
and  wide,  and  I  beg  to  tender  my  thanks  to  all  who 
have  kindly  furnished  me  with  information.  Above  all, 
my  thanks  are  due  to  the  Court  of  the  Mercers'  Company, 
not  only  for  their  permission  to  use  their  Eecords,  but 
also  for  the  generosity  which  enabled  me  to  send  the 
book  to  the  press,  and  which  embellished  it  with  its 
frontispiece. 

My  thanks  are  also  due  to  the  present  High  Master 
for  the  interest  which  he  has  taken  in  the  work,  and  the 
encouragement  which  he  has  given  me  to  persevere  in 
it ;  to  the  Eev.  J.  H.  Lupton,  Surmaster,  not  only  for 
contributing  one  of  the  Appendices  from  his  store  of 
Coletine  learning,  but  also  for  his  kindness  in  reading 
proofs  and  suggesting  sources  of  information ;  to  John 
Watnev,  Esq.,  Clerk  to  the  Mercers'  Company,  for 
assisting  me  in  one  of  the  Appendices,  and  for  his 
unfailing  readiness  to  help  me  in  all  matters  of  detail  ; 
to    tlie    authorities  of  the  British  Museum,   to  whose  care 


PREFACE. 


I  was  committed  by  J.  Winter  Jones,  Esq.  (O.P.),  late 
principal  Librarian,  especially  Edward  Scott,  Esq.,  Dorset 
EccLES,  Esq.  (O.P.),  and  Freeman  Donoghue,  Esq.  ;  to 
the  Bursars  and  Librarians  of  the  Colleges  at  Oxford  and 
Cambridge,  who  have  been  most  kind  in  furnishing  in- 
formation, especially  W.  Aldis  Wright,  Esq.,  Bursar  of 
Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  to  whose  labours  I  owe  the 
list  of  Perry  Exhibitioners ;  to  Sir  Albert  Woods,  Garter 
King-at-Arms ;  to  J.  E.  Gardner,  Esq.,  and  Eev.  C.  J. 
Eobinson,  the  Editor  of  the  Merchant  Taylors'  Eegisters. 
To  these  I  must  add  the  names  of  R.  Harris,  Esq., 
whose  drawing  of  the  exterior  of  the  School  is  here  re- 
produced ;  Samuel  A.  Walker,  Esq.  (O.P.),  who  presented 
his  photographs  to  the  work ;  and  John  B.  Chubb,  Esq., 
who  assisted  me  in  the  plans  upon  which  the  Appendix 
on  the  Site  and  Buildings  is  based ;  the  printing  and 
publication  of  the  work  have  also  been  kindly  under- 
taken by  Old  Paulines. 

To  conclude,  while  I  regret  the  scantiness  of  our 
early  records,  I  hope  that  I  have  collected  sufficient  to 
show  how  Colet's  scholars  have  endeavoured  to  fulfil  their 
daily  prayer  "  ut  bene  pieque  eruditi  Ecclesise  et  Kei- 
publicae  tandem  utiles  evadamus,"  and  venture  to  express 
my  belief  that  the  -generation  o/  Paulines  among  whom 
this  work  is  published  will  find  in  it  a  reason  for 
strenuous  efi'ort  to  maintain  the  glory  of  their  School, 
and  while  cheerfully  accepting  in  the  true  spirit  of  their 
Founder  such  changes  as  are  demanded  in  a  course  of 
nearly  four  centuries,  will  take  care  that,  there  shall  be 
no  break  in  its  career  of  producing  "men  qualified  to 
serve  God  in  Church  and  State." 

ROBERT  B.  GARDINER. 

St.  Paul's  School, 
Jpril,  1884. 


PLAN  OF  THE  WORK. 


After  the  Introduction  and  tlie  Fasti,  the  work  is  divided  into 
Sections,  according  to  the  reign  of  each  High  Master. 

The  name  of  the  High  Master  is  followed  by  that  of  his  Surmasters 
and  other  Assistants :  then  come  the  names  of  his  reputed  scholars. 
These  are  arranged  as  far  as  possible  in  chronological  order,  their 
position  being  determined  more  or  less  conjecturally  from  the  date  of 
birth  or  of  admission  to  the  University,  Thus  up  to  the  year  1748 
each  High  Master  is  credited  with  the  boys  who  left  the  School  under 
his  Mastership,  but  from  the  commencement  of  the  Registers  he  is 
credited  with  the  boys  whom  he  admitted. 

Several  times  it  has  been  necessary  to  insert  lists  of  the  names  of 
those  who  are  known  to  have  been  at  the  School  before  a  certain 
period,  but  as  to  whose  exact  date  it  has  been  impossible  to  obtain  a 
clue.  The  names  also  of  pupils  who  are  known  to  have  been  at  the 
School  under  a  certain  High  Master,  but  whose  relative  date  is 
uncertain,  will  be  found  at  the  end  of  his  reign. 


Note  that  curious  instances  of  mis-spelling  have  been  generally 
preserved,  such  as  BayHall  (Balliol),  Woodham  (Wadham),  Polls 
(Paul's),  but  ordinary  errors  have  been  corrected  without  notice. 


I  desire  to  call  particular  attention  to  the  use  which  I  have  made 
of  two  MSS.  at  the  British  Museum.  (1)  Additional  5885.  A  tran- 
script of  the  list  of  all  the  Bachelors  of  Arts  graduated  at  Cambridge 
from  A.D.  1500  to  A.D.  1716,  in  the  collection  of  Mr.  Cole.  (2)  Ad- 
ditional 19209  and  19210.  Graduati  Cantabrigienses,  1659—1823, 
with  MS.  additions,  by  D.  E.  Davy. 


The   School   Arms  are  blazoned — sable,   on  a  chevron   between 

three   hinds   trippant   argent   as   many   annulets  of    the    first,    for 

Cold  —  whence    the    School    colours,    sable    and  argent   or   black 
and  white. 


THE  ILLUSTRATIONS. 


A  Facsimile  of  the  Cover  of  the  Statutes  of  the  School, 
preserved  at  Mercers'  Hall Frontispiece. 

Presented  to  this  work  by  the  Court  of  the  Mercers'  Company. 

This  cover  was  painted  in  1585  by  an  artist  named  Segar  (see 
Fasti).  It  reproduces  to  a  certain  extent  the  monument  of 
the  Founder  in  St.  Paul's  Cathedral :  but  the  artist  has 
inserted  a  portrait  of  the  Dean  instead  of  the  Bust ;  a  true 
representation  of  the  monument  may  be  seen  in  Dugdale's 
St.  Paul's  (1656),  and  Knight's  Life  of  Colct ;  but  this 
picture  retains  one  peculiarity  of  the  Bust  which  disappears 
in  the  engraving,  namely,  the  finger  holding  the  pen:  of 
this  fact  we  are  assured  in  spite  of  the  engravings  from  the 
following  entries  in  the  Accounts  1588—89,  "  for  mending 
the  pen  and  new-making  the  finger  and  hand  of  Mr.  Colet's 
tomb,  twice,  iiis.  vijd.,"  and  again  1632-33,  "to  Edmund 
Kinsman  for  making  a  new  finger  of  stone  for  the  Statue  of 
Dr.  Colet  in  St.  Paul's  Cathedral,  xs."  On  this  tomb  the 
Mercers'  Company  spent  a  large  sum  for  marbles,  &c.,  in 
1575—76,  and  they  again  rej)aired  it  in  1617—18  at  the 
cost  of  XX  lib.  viijs.  iid.^ 

A  Facsimile  of  the  Portrait  of  Colet  attributed  to  Holbein, 
from  the  Queen's  Library  at  Windsor To  face  'page  1. 

N.B. — Colet  died  in  1519,  and  Holbein  first  visited  England  in  1525. 

1  This  Monument  perished  in  the  Fiie,  the    publication    of    this    Facsimile    will 

and  Colet  has  now  no  monument  in  the  stimulate  Paulines  to  fresh  efforts  to  place 

Cathedral.     A  Fund  which  was  originated  in  the  Cathedral  a  monument  worthy  of 

by  the  late  Dr.   Kynaston  with  a  view  to  our  Founder.    The  Trustees  of  the  Fund  are 

piaiing  a  memorial  of  the  Founder  in  St.  Baron  Pollock  and  J.   A.  Kingdon,  I'^sq.  ; 

Paul's  Cathedral  now  amounts  to  £200  ;  the    Hon.    Sees,    the  Rev.   F.    "Wallis,    of 

but   double   this   sum   is   ref^uired   before  Caius  College,  Cambridge,  and  the  Editor. 
auj-thiug  cau  be  douc.     It  is  hoped  that 


THE  ILLUSTRATIONS. 


A  View  of  the  Exteriok  of  the  Present  School. 

To  face  page  251. 
Drawn    for    this    work    by    R.    Harris,    Esq.,   Art    Master    of 
St,  Paul's  School,  and  photographed  by  Samuel  A.  Walker, 
Esq.  (O.P.).i 

A  View  of  the  Interior  of  the  Present  School. 

To  face  page  299. 
Photographed  by  Samuel  A.  Walker,  Esq.   (O.P.),  and  presented 
to  this  work. 

A  Facsimile  of  Three  Autographs  of  the  Founder. 

To  face  page  371. 
From  the  MS.  of  the  Statutes  preserved  at  the  British  Museum, 
(i.)     "  Joannes  Colet  fundator  schole  manu  sua  propria." 
(ii.)  Statuta  Paulinae  Scholse. 

"  hunc  Libellu  ego  Joannes  Colet  tradidi  in  manubus 
Magistrj  Lilij  xviij°  die  Junij  a°  x'  MCCCCC 
xviij  ut  eum  in  scola  servet  et  observet." 
(iii.)  "  Joannes  Colett  fundator  Nove  Scole 
manu  mea  propria." 

A  Facsimile  of  the  First  Page  of  the  Statutes,  preserved  at 
Mercers'  Hall  with  the  autograph  of   the  Founder. 

To  face  page  375. 
"  Joannes  Colet  fundator  scole  manu  sua  ppria." 
(For  the  rest  see  Appendix  B — IL). 

Four  Plans To  foUoio  page  459. 

(1)  Supposed  site  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1514. 

Drawn  from  measurements  by  J.  B.  Chubb,  Esq. 

(2)  Site  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1782. 

From  a  plan  in  the  Grace  Collection,  British  Museum. 

(3)  Ground  plan  of  the  Second  (1670)  School. 

Drawn  in  1817. 

(4)  Ground  plan  of  the  Third  (1824)  School. 

Drawn  in  1873. 
(3)  and  (4)  are  from  plans  furnished   from   the   Surveyor's 
Office  of  the  Mercers'  Company. 

'  lleprodnctions  of  the  oiigiual  drawing  by  photolithography  cau  be  obtained  at  the 
School  (10  inches  by  15). 


TABLE  OF  CONTENTS. 


Introduction , 


Fasti  of  the  School 


High  Mastership  of — 

William  Lily 

John  Eitwyse  .... 
Richard  Jones  .... 
Thomas  Freeman  .    .    . 

John  Cook  

William  Malym  .  .  . 
John  Harrison  .... 
Richard  Mulcaster  .  . 
Alexander  Gill  .... 
Alexander  Gill  (Junior) 
John  Langley     .... 


PAOE 

17 
20 
21 
22 
23 
25 
27 
29 
32 
38 
41 


High  Mastership  of — 

Samuel  Cromleholine 
Thomas  Gale  .  .  . 
John  Postlethwayte 
Philip  Ayscongh  . 
Benjamin  Morland 
Timothy  Crumpe  . 
George  Charles  .  . 
George  Thicknesse 
Richard  Roberts  . 
John  Sleath  .  .  . 
Herbert  Kynastou 


1 

7 

49 
55 
65 
71 

78 
80 
81 

84 
143 
250 

298 


APPENDICES. 


APPENDIX   A. 

I.  Colet's  Conveyance  of  Estates  in  Bucks 371 

IL  Colet's  Testament  bestowing  realty  upon  the  Mercers'  Company    .    .      372 

•    APPENDIX  B. 

I.  Colefs  Statutes 375 

II.  Amending  Ordinances  of  1602 388 

APPENDIX  C. 

Surveyor-Accountants  of  St  Paul's  School 392 

APPENDIX   D. 
Captains  of  St.  Paul's  School 397 

APPENDIX  E. 

I.  The  Foundation  of   the  School  (Pauline)  Exhibitions,  with  List  of 

Exhibitioners 398 

II.  Extract  from  liord  Campden's  Will  fur  the  Foundation  of  Exhibitions, 

with  List  of  the  Campden  Exhibitioners 40G 


xiv  TABLE   OF   CONTENTS. 

PAGE 

III.  Foundation  of  Sir  Robert  Wood's  Scholarship 411 

IV.  Extract  from  the  Will  of  Rev.  William  Perry,  with  List  of  Perry- 
Exhibitioners    411 

V.  Extract  from  the  Will  of  Dr.  Humphrey  Gower,  with  List  of  Gower 

Exhibitioners 415 

VI.  Extract  from  the  Will  of  Rev.   George  Sykes,  with  List  of  Sykes 

Exhibitioners 416 

VII.  Extract   from   the   Will   of    Mr.   John   Stock,   with   List   of  Stock 

Exhibitioners 418 

VIII.  Foundation  of  the  Barnes  Scholarsliip,  with  names  of  Scholars.    .    .      420 

APPENDIX   F. 

I.  Foundation  of  the  Governors'  Prizes  for  Composition  (Latin  and  Greek 
Verse,  English  Essay  and  Poem,  French  Prose),  with  List  of 
Winners 421 

II.  Foundation  of  the  Sleath  Prize  (Latin  Prose),  with  List  of  Winners  .      427 

III.  Foundation   of    the    Thruston   Prize    (Latin   Verse),   with   List    of 

Winners 432 

IV.  &  ) Foundation  of  the  Truro  (English  Essay)  and  Milton  (English  Verse) 
V.     ^         Prizes,  with  Lists  of  Winners 433 

VI.  Foundation  of  the  Keen  Scholarship,  with  List  of  Scholars    ....      438 

VII.  Foundation  Deed  of  the  Kynaston  Prize,  with  Names  of  Winners    .      439 

VIII.  Foundation  Deed  of  the  Bedford  Prize,  with  Names  of  Winners  .    .      440 

APPENDIX   G. 
Apposers  of  St  Paul's  School 441 

APPENDIX   H. 

The  School  Feast 447- 

APPENDIX   I. 
The  School  Library 451 

APPENDIX   K. 

The  Buildings  and  Site 454 


Additions  and  Corrections 461        j  j 

General  Index 465 

Index  of  Names 467 


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ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL. 


INTEODUCTION. 

About  the  close  of  the  reign  of  Henry  VII.,  John  Colet,  Dean  of 
St.  Paul's,  son  of  Sir  Henry  Colet,   citizen  and  mercer,  twice  Lord 
Mayor   of  London,  commenced  the  work   of   educational  reform  in 
t  England  by  establishing  a  school  in  London,  which,  although  originally 
founded  in  honour  of  ''  Christ  Jesu  in  puo'icia,  and  of  his  blessyd 
Mother  Mary,"  soon  became  known  (probably  from  the  situation  of  its 
buildings)  as  St.  Paul's  School.     Colet,  during  his  travels  abroad, 
had  perceived  the  importance  of  the  Revival  of  Learning,  and  desired 
to  equip  the  children  of  his  own  country  to  take  their  place  by  the 
side  of  the  learned  men  of  other  nations.    He  declared  in  his  Statutes 
(see  Appendix  B.)  that  he  founded  the  School  "  for  the  children  of  all 
nacions   and    countres   indifferently,"    and   that  his  intent  was   "  to 
increase  knowledge   and  worshipping  of    God  and   our  Lorde  Crist 
Jesu,   and   good   Cristen   lyfe   and   manors,"    a    purpose    which    he 
hoped  to  effect  by  encouraging  the  study  of  Greek  (up  to  his  time  not 
taught  in  England),  and  of  clean  and  chaste  Latin,  in  contrast  to  the 
depraved  Latin  of  the  Schoolmen.     "  All  the  educational  designs  of 
the  Reformers  of  Learning  were  carried  out  in  the  new  institution. 
The  old  methods  of  instruction  were  superseded  by  fresh  grammars 
composed  by  Erasmus  and  other  scholars  for  its  use.     Lily,  an  Oxford 
student,  who  had  studied  Greek  in  the  East,  was  placed  at  its  head. 
Not  only  did  the  study  of  Greek  creep  gradually  into  the   schools 
which  existed,  but  the  example  of  Colet  was  followed  by  a  crowd 
of  imitators.     More  grammar  schools,  it  has  been  said,  were  founded 
in  the  latter  years  of  Henry  VIII.  than  in  the  three  centviries  before. 
The  grammar  schools  of  Edward  VI.  and  of  Elizabeth,  in  a  word,  the 
system  of  middle  class  education,  which  by  the  close  of  the  century 
had  changed  the  very  face  of  England,  were  the  direct  results  of  Colet's 
foundation  of  St.  Paul's."^ 

'  Green's  Sliort  History  of  the  English  People. 


INTRODUCTION. 


I 


THE  BUILDINGS. 

He  placed  his  school  on  the  site  apparently  of  an  older  school 
at  the  east  end  of  St.  Paul's  Cathedral.  In  those  days  the 
Cathedral,  a  magnificent  structure  in  the  Gothic  style,  stood  within 
a  walled  and  gated  inclosure  :  the  busy  traffic  which  now  circles  round 
the  Churchyard,  passed  through  Old  Change  on  the  east,  Carter  Lane 
on  the  south,  Pater  Noster  Row  on  the  north,  and  Creed  Lane  and 
Ave  Maria  Lane  on  the  west.  We  know  but  little  of  Colet's  Building, 
which  was  finished  in  1510,  except  that  Strype,  who  was  educated  in 
the  first  and  lived  to  see  the  second  building,  tells  us,  that  after  the  Fire 
the  School  "was  built  up  again  much  after  the  same  manner  and 
proportion  it  was  before,  together  with  the  library  and  an  house  on 
the  south  end  thereof  for  the  Second  Master,  whose  dwelling  before 
and  from  the  first  founding  of  the  School  was  in  the  Old  Change 
adjoining  to  the  said  School."  The  original  building  consisted 
of  four  parts  (as  described  by  Erasmus),  the  first  or  porch  for 
catechumens ;  a  great  schoolroom  divided  by  a  curtain  ;  and  a  little 
chapel  for  divine  service,  together  with  chambers  for  the  High 
Master  and  Surmaster. 

This  building  perished  in  the  Fire  of  London  (1666),  and  was 
shortly  replaced  by  another,  which  stood  within  the  memory 
of  living  Paulines.  It  consisted  of  a  large  schoolroom  with  a 
flat  roof,  and  at  the  end  was  a  room  (described  as  small  and  dark) 
which  served  as  a  library.  There  was  also  a  house  at  each  end, 
that  on  the  north  for  the  High  Master,  that  on  the  south  for  the 
Surmaster,  while  the  Chaplain  (or  Usher)  was  provided  with  a 
house  in  Old  Change.  The  rearrangement  of  thoroughfares,  which 
brought  the  stream  of  traffic  from  east  to  west  down  Cheapside 
through  the  Churchyard  to  Ludgate  Hill,  materially  interfered  with 
the  quiet  and  seclusion  of  the  School.  The  building  of  1670,  in 
spite  of  various  repairs,  was  found  to  be  in  a  dnngerous  condition 
in  1814 ;  and  on  the  occasion  of  the  visit  of  the  Allied  Sovereigns  to. 
the  city,  its  roof  was  supported  with  shores  which  were  not  subse- 
quently removed  till  about  1823,  when  the  Mercers'  Company, 
having  acquired  some  additional  ground  to  the  North,  proceeded  to 
pull  down  the  old  buildings  and  set  up  the  present  ones,  con- 
sisting of  a  large  schoolroom  over  a  cloister  with  two  houses  at 
either  end,  whereby  the  Fourth  Master,  who  had  been  added  to 
the  teaching  staff  some   twentv  yenrs  befor^o,  and  had  hitherto  had 


INTRODUCTION. 


an  allowance  for  a  house,  acquired  an  official  residence.  The 
whole  School  continued  to  be  taught  in  one  room  till  1854, 
when  Dr.  Kynaston,  the  High  Master,  who  had  long  ceased  to 
take  boarders,  gave  up  to  the  School  the  boarding-rooms  of  his 
house,  whereby  the  size  of  the  Library  was  doubled,  so  that  it 
could  be  used  as  the  High  Master's  Class  Room,  and  the  Uj)per 
Class  Room  was  brought  into  use  for  the  Fifth  and  Sixth  Classes, 
then  taught  by  the  Surmaster;  subsequently  also  the  Lower  Class 
Room  was  occupied  by  the  Third  Master. 


THE  GOVEENOKS, 

Colet  wisely  intrusted  the  management  of  his  new  foundation  to 
the  Mercers'  Company,  of  which  his  father  had  been  a  member  :  and 
under  their  care  his  school  survived  the  storm  of  the  Reformation, 
wliich  swept  away  so  many  endowments.  For  more  than  three 
centuries  and  a  half,  under  their  careful  and  judicious  government,  the 
School  continued  to  fulfil  the  purpose  of  its  founder,  supplying  men, 
as  this  work  I  hope  will  prove,  qualified  to  serve  God  in  Church 
and  State.  By  tlie  careful  management  of  its  property  its  income 
was  raised  to  £10,000  a  year.  In  accordance  Avith  the  Founder's 
Statutes  the  Mercers  appointed  annually  two  Surveyors — the  Surveyor 
Accountant  (who  of  late  years  was  usually  the  outgoing  Master  of 
the  Company)  and  the  Surveyor  Assistant  (the  Master  of  the  Company 
for  the  year) — to  manage  the  affairs  of  the  School.  But  on  the  24th 
of  March,  1876,  a  new  scheme,  made  by  the  Endowed  Schools 
Commissioners  (1869),  received  her  Majesty's  sanction,  whereby 
although  the  management  of  the  estates  remains  Avith  the  Mercers 
the  government  of  the  School  is  transferred  to  a  body  of  t\\enty- 
two  Governors,  of  whom  the  Mercers  appoint  nine,  together  with 
their  Master  and  three  Wardens  for  the  year,  and  the  remaining 
nine  are  appointed  equally  by  the  Universities  of  Oxford,  Cambridge, 
and  London,  This  arrangement  seems  to  carry  out  Colet's  wish 
expressed  in  the  statutes  that  "  the  Wardens  and  assistences  of  the 
felowshipp  of  the  Mercers  may  adde  and  diminish  into  his  boke 
and  supply  in  it  every  defaute  with  suych  other  counsel  as  they 
shall  call  unto  theme,  good  litterid  and  lernyd  menne"  (.see 
Appendix  B.). 


H  2 


INTRODUCTION. 


THE  MASTEES. 

Colet  provided  that  his  scholars  slioiild  be  taught  by  two  masters, 
the  High  Master  and  the  Surmaster :  he  also  desired  that  they 
should  employ  the  assistance  of  the  Chaplain,  if  he  were  found 
qualified.  This  arrangement  appears  to  have  held  good  for 
nearly  thi'ee  hiindred  years,  the  High  Master  teaching  the  Upper 
Classes  while  the  Surmaster,  assisted  by  the  Chaplain  (or  Usher), 
took  charge  of  the  younger  boys.  In  the  time  of  Thicknesse 
and  the  early  part  of  Roberts'  High  Mastership,  about  one  half 
of  the  School  was  under  the  Chaplain  in  the  First  and  Second 
Classes ;  another  quarter  under  the  Surmaster  in  the  Third  and 
Fourth ;  while  the  Fifth,  Sixth,  Seventh,  and  Eighth  Classes,  under 
the  High  Master,  were  barely  a  quarter  of  the  School.  At  length, 
however,  under  Dr.  Roberts,  a  more  even  distribution  was  made, 
and  he  obtained  the  services  of  an  Assistant  or  Fourth  Master, 
who  relieved  him  of  the  Fifth  and  Sixth  Classes.  This  arrangement 
lasted  till  1854,  when,  on  the  death  of  Mr.  Roberts  the  Fourth 
Master,  Mr.  Carver,  the  then  Surmaster,  took  over  the  Fifth  and 
Sixth,  the  new  Fourth  Master,  Mr.  Hudson,  taking  the  Third  and 
Fourth :  and  when,  on  the  resignation  of  Mr.  Cooper,  Mr.  Hudson 
became  Third  Master  (Chaplain  or  Usher),  he  retained  charge  of 
his  Classes,  the  noAv  Fourth  Master  taldng  the  First  and  Second 
Classes. 

THE  STUDIES. 

Colet  founded  his  School  to  give  instruction  in  Latin  and 
Greek ;  and  except  that  Writing  and  Arithmetic  appear  to  have 
been  taught  to  some  selected  boys  during  the  eighteenth  century, 
nothing  beyond  Latin,  Greek,  and  Hebrew  was  taught  in  the  School 
for  over  three  hundred  years.  Soon  after  the  appointment  of 
Dr.  Kynaston  (1838)  an  Arithmetic  and  Mathematical  Master  was 
for  the  first  time  added  to  the  Staff,  and  about  1853  French  was 
introduced  as  a  subject  of  study.  Hebrew  was  taught  in  the  School 
by  Langley  (1640-57) ;  and  Strype,  writing  after  the  Fire,  speaks 
of  the  boys  as  then  instructed  in  Greek,  Latin,  Hebrew,  and 
sometimes  other  Oriental  languages.  Pepys  heard  the  "head  Forms 
posed  in  Latin,  Greek,  and  Hebrew"  in  1662;  and  in  1710  Hebrew 
was  among  the  subjects  offered  at  the  Apposition  by  the  Seventh 
and  Eighth  Classes. 


I 


INTRODUCTION. 


THE  SCHOLAKS. 

Colet  offered  his  scholars  a  higher  education  than  any  which 
existed  in  his  day ;  no  child  was  to  be  admitted  who  could  not 
read  and  write  ;  and  none  were  to  be  retained  in  the  School  but 
such  as  were  likely  to  make  jDrogress.  It  seems,  then,  that  Colet,  while 
welcoming  the  poor  scholar  to  his  school,  expected  liis  foundation 
to  be  used  by  the  upper  class  of  citizens.  By  the  children  of  these 
the  School  was  mainly  occupied  till  men  ceased  to  reside  in  the 
neighbourhood  of  the  School.  There  have  at  times  been  non- 
foundationers  admitted,  and  the  reputation  of  some  of  the  High 
Masters,  notably  Gale  (1672-lG97j,  attracted  boarders  other  than 
the  sons  of  citizens.  In  1 748,  when  the  Registers  begin,  the  School 
appears  to  have  been  going  down  under  the  High  Mastership  of 
Dr.  Charles  (1737-1748),  for  Mr.  Thicknesse  (in  whose  first  year 
of  ofiice  it  rapidly  filled  again),  reports  that  only  thirty-eight 
boys  were  on  the  foundation  a  few  months  after  his  appointment. 
This  may  have  been  owing  to  some  financial  difficulties  under 
which  the  Mercers'  Company  (and  with  them  the  School)  appear 
to  have  been  suffering  at  that  time,  which  are  described  at 
large  in  the  Report  of  the  Commissioners  of  Endowed  Charities 
(1820).  The  head  boy  in  each  class  was  called  the  Captain ; 
the  head  of  the  Eighth  Class  was  the  Captain  of  the  School ; — 
this  post  was  usually  held  for  a  year,  and  the  subjoined  list  of 
Captains  will  be  found  a  roll  of  not  undistinguished  names  (see 
Appendix  D.).  From  the  earliest  times  (1564)  boys  who  reached 
the  top  of  the  School  were  sent  to  the  Universities  by  the  liberality 
of  the  Governors,  ancf  after  a  time  in  addition  to  these  (who  are 
called  Pauline  Exhibitioners  in  the  following  pages)  others  were 
sent  to  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  by  the  liberality  of  Viscount 
Campden,  whose  benefaction,  dating  in  1629,  now  produces  £1,000 
a  year.  These  latter  are  called  Campden  Exhibitioners ;  the  suc- 
cessive phases  in  the  management  of  this  endowment  will  be  found 
in  Appendix  E.  2, 

Other  exhibitions  were  subsequently  founded  in  Cambridge,  at 
Trinity  and  Corpus  Christi  Colleges,  which  will  also  be  found  described 
in  the  A.ppendix  (E.  4,  6,  7).  The  present  century  witnessed  the 
institution  of  the  prizes  for  Composition  known  as  Governors'  Prizes, 
to  which  several  endowments  have  been  added  in  the  last  thirty 
years. 


INTRODUCTION. 


THE  EECOEDS. 

It  only  remains  to  explain  the  authorities  from  whence  this 
book  is  drawn.  The  early  part  is  simply  a  comjiilation  from 
various  sources,  such  as  the  Accounts  of  the  School  and  the  Acts 
of  Court  preserved  among  the  archives  of  the  Mercers'  Company, 
and  the  lists  of  exhibitioners  (Campden,  Perry,  Sykes,  &c.),  to  which 
has  been  added  information  collected  from  works  in  which  St.  Paul's 
School  is  alluded  to  or  described.  The  lists  from  1748  to  1806 
are  printed  from  the  Registers  of  the  Admissions  of  Scholars,  which 
are  preserved  at  Mercers'  Hall  and  have  been  kiudly  placed  at  my 
disposal  by  the  Court,  From  1806  to  1876  a  record  of  admissions 
was  kept  by  the  Captain  in  the  School  Library  :  and  from  this  my 
lists  are  printed ;  the  Christian  names  of  the  parents  which  the 
Captain  did  not  record,  being  added  from  the  Mercers'  Hall  Registers. 
There  does  exist  in  the  School  Library  a  very  imperfect  record 
of  admissions  from  1751  to  1806,  but  it  was  made  by  the  late 
Dr.  Kynaston  from  the  volumes  of  presentations  which  exist  in 
the  library,  and  is  of  no  independent  authority. 

It  is  much  to  be  regretted  that  the  registers  mentioned  in  the 
Fasti  under  dates  152-i  and  1712  have  not  been  discovered. 


FASTI  OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL. 


1508.  The  School  was  begun  according  to  Alexander  Nevyl : 

and  Polydore  Vergil  mentions  its  foundation  at 
the  end  of  his  account  of  the  reign  of  Henry 
VII. 

1509.  The  School  was   begun  according   to  Grafton  and 

George  Lily. 

1510.  The  School  was  begun  according  to  Holinshed  and 

Cooper. 
„        April  9 — "  Master  Doctor  Colet  of  Poules  for  the 

Schole  "  (M.).  1 
„        Aug.  1 — Colet  dedicates  to  William  Lily  his  work 
entitled   Lihcllus   de   construdione    octo  jpartium 
oraiionis. 
Aug.  13 — "  For  the  Schole  of  Poules"  (m.). 
„        Aug.  17 — "  For  the  Schole  House  at  Poules"  (m.). 
Sept.  23 — "  For  the  Schole  at  Poules  "  (M.). 
In  this  year  the  School  building  was  finished. 

1511.  June   6 — Letters  Patent  granted  to  Colet  for  the 

foundation  of  the  School. 
„         July  11 — Colet's    conveyance    of    Estates    to    the 

Mercers'  Company.     (Appendix  A.  1.) 
„         July  21 — "The  Wardens  to  have  the  order  of  the 

Scole." 
„        Nov.  4 — Colet's    Testament     (in    Latin)    for    the 

foundation   of  the  School. 


1512.    Sffltlllam  Uilg,  i^iaf)  JUastcr. 

„        March   30 — "The    Master    and   Wardens    to    conchide    with 

Mr.  Deane  of  Poules  "  (m.). 
„        July  17 — Colet's  Statutes,  "The  Poke  of  Ordinance  of  the 

Scole  of  Powles  was  exhibited  by  Mr.  Deane"  (m._). 

*  (m.)  signifies  an  extract  from  the  mar-       or  Minutes  of  the  Proceedings  of  the  Court 
giual  Notes  or  Index  to  the  Acts  of  Court       of  Assistants  of  the  Mercers'  Company. 


FASTI   OF   ST.  PAUL'S   SCHOOL. 


1512.  Sept.  6 — Indenture  for  a  grant  of  land  at  the  east  end  of  tlie 
chapel  of  St.  Dunstan  of  the  Church  of  St.  Paul,  made 
between  the  Dean  and  Chapter  of  St.  Paul's  and  the 
Mercers'  Company. 

1514.  June  10— Colet's  Will,  bestowing  realty  upon  the  Mercers' 
Company  for  the  maintenance  of  the  School.     (Appendix 

A.  2.) 

1518.  Colet  delivers  his  Statutes  to  William  Lily.    (Appendix  B.  1.) 
„        Aug.    22 — Colet's  two   Wills  for    his  remaining  realty  and 

personalty. 

1519.  Sept.  16— Death  of  the  Founder  (so  Knight,  but  Fuller  says, 

Sept.  4). 

1522,  June. — Oration  to  tlie  Emperor  Charles  V.  on  his  visiting 

the  City. 
Dec.  10— 3Jo]bn  Miltogsf,  |^tg]&  iWaSto:,  vice  Lily,  deceased. 

1523,  The  first  Chaplain  appointed  (Sir  John  Thomson). 

1524,  Two  lovers  (louvres)  were  ordered  to  be  made  in  the  roof  of 

the  School  (m.). 
„        A   book  was  purchased    "to   register   the   children's   names 
in"(A.).i 
1527,     Nov. — The  boys  of  St.  Paul's  School  acted  a  play  at  Greenwich 
when  Ritwyse    was  paid  3.s.  2d.  for  the  food  of  xxxviii, 
children  and  45s.  Qd.  for  "  kosts." 

1532,  l^irtartJ  51°'^^^)  ?^iSt)  JWastrr,  vice  Ritwyse,  removed, 

1533.  ]\Iay  31 — Anne  Bole}^,  on   her  passage  through  the  City  at 

her  Coronation,  was  entertained  by  the  boys  of  St.  Paul's 
School  with  verses  in  praise  of  the  King  and  her, 
wherewith  she  seemed  highly  delighted. 

1543.  Sept.  27 — The  School  ordered  to  cease  "  until  such  time  as  the 

plage  be  ceased  "  (m.). 

1544.  Procession  of  the  children  of  Pawles  Scheie  with  the  Litany 

in  English.     (Harrison's  Chronology). 

1546.  Procession  of  "the  Childerne  of  Powlles  Scole  "  to  St.  Peter's 

upon  Cornhill  (Monumenta  Franciscana). 

1547.  Dec.  17 — Examination  of  Jones  and  Jacob,  the  Schoolmasters 

of  Paul's  (m.), 

1548.  Aug.   5 — The  School  to  surcease  till  Michaelmas  because  of 

the  greate  deathe  (m.). 

1549.  Oct.    8— tirtomas    dFrrcmnn,   |^ig]^   JWastfr,   vice  Jones, 

deceased, 

^  (a.)  signifies  an  extract  from  tlie  Ac-  and   the   former  half  of  the  nest.     Each 

counts  of  St.    Paul's  School,  preserved  at  extract,  therefore,  has  a  double  date,  unless 

Mercers'  Hall.     The    accounts    run  from  the  occurrence  can  be  fixed  more  exactly 

Michaelmas  to  Michaelmas,  so  that  each  ac-  from  internal  evidence, 
ciunt  contains  the  latter  half  of  one  year 


FASTI   OF   ST.  PAUL'S   SCHOOL. 


1554.     Jan.  25 — Procession  through  the  City,  in  which  the  children 
of  St.  Paul's  School  took  part  (Stow). 
March  8 — Procession  repeated  (Stow). 

The  following  entries  in  the  Accounts  indicate  the 
effect  of  the  accession  of  Queen  Mary  : — 
1553-4.  "  Two  candlesticks  for  the  chappell,  3s.  4f^." 

1554-5. "  Paid  for  two  altar  clothes,  two  towelles,  and  corporous 
[sic)  cloth  and  mass  book,  41s.  Id." 
„        "  Vestment,  rearedore  and  foredore  and  covering  for  the 

altar  .  .  .  .,  53s.  4d" 
„        "  For  waxe  spent  in  the  chapell  of  the  Schole  this  year, 
3s.  4fd." 

1555-6. "For  a  narrow  wighte  clothe  for  an  albe  and  \ 

linen,  V  7s,  7d." 

„        "  Two  elles  of  Holland  for  an  altar  cloth,  J 

„        "  Waxe  for  the  chapell,  8s." 

1556-7."For  waxe,  6s." 

„        "  The  picture  of  Jesus  set  up  agayne  "  (m.). 

„        "  Paid  to  Dyrricke  Cure,  Carver,   for  new  making  the 

picture  of  Jesus  in  the  Schole,  20s." 
„        "  Paid  for  payenting  and  gilding  the  same  picture,  20s." 

1559.     ^Olbn  Coofe,  l^tcjl)  piaster,  vice  Freeman,  retired. 
„        Address  to  Queen  Elizabeth  on  her  Accession. 
„        "  Paid  for  the  hyre  of  a  blewe  cloth  for  their  standing  ayonst 
the  corronacion,  3s.  4d." 

1559-60.  "To  be  allowed  for  the  fall  of  money  that  was  lost  in  tes- 
ternes  that  fell  from  6d.  to  4<d.,  £10  10s.  7d."  (a.). 

1561-2, "Paid  for  taking  away  the  pictur  out  of  the  Scole  where 
the  Master  sayeth  prayers,  8d." 

1564.  June  2 — It  was  resolved  that  Exhibitions  should  be  given  to 
two  Scholars,  one  at  each  University,  especially  to  promote 
the  advancement  of  the  scholars  of  St.  Paul's  School. 
The  "  articles  "  or  terms  on  which  the  Exhibitions  were 
to  be  held,  drawn  up  by  the  Bishop  of  London  (Edmund 
Grindall),  were  laid  before  the  Court  of  the  Company, 
July  26th,  1564.  The  first  Exhibitioner  was  elected  on 
September  26th.  The  Exhibitions  were  fixed,  to  be 
of  the  value  of  £5  per  annum,  January  9th,  1565 
(Appendix  F.  1), 

1572,  The  Company  obtained  judgment  (which  was  entered  in  the 
Exchequer  in  Trinity  Term,  Anno.  Eliz.  15)  against  Mr. 
Knevet  who  had  laid  an  information  against  them  for 
"  concealed  chauntery  lands"  {i.e.  Colet's  endowment  for 
a  chaplain),  but  who  failed  in  his  "  profes  "  :  nevertheless 
by  the  mediation  of  Sir  Walter  Mildmay  and  others, 
"  out  of  their  meere  liberalitye,"  they  gave  Mr.  Knevet 


]0  FASTI   OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL. 

40  lih.  sterling.  This  trouble  recurs  frequently  in  subse- 
quent years.  In  1579—80,  the  Company  again  entered  an 
appearance  in  the  Exchequer  on  the  same  complaint ;  and 
in  1580,  a  fine  of  £300  was  recorded  against  the  Compan}'^ 
for  the  same  matter ;  but  it  does  not  appear  to  have 
been  paid  out  of  St.  Paul's  School  funds,  though  there 
are  further  entries  on  the  same  subject  in  1582-83  (a.). 

1573.  July  28 — The  boys  may  have  license  to  play  every  Thursday 

afternoon,  "so  that  one  of  every  of  the  forms  in  the 
Upper  School  by  turn  one  after  another  first  make  an 
epistle  to  their  Master  for  the  same  "  (m.). 

Christmas— SSHtlliam  iliJlalgm,  l^tat  .plaster,  vice  Cook. 
„  In  this  year  "  a  shedde  or  lyttel  house  of  tymber,  now  at  the 
East  end  of  St.  Paul's  Church  under  St.  Dunstan's 
Chapel,  where  the  children's  pissing  place'  stood,"  was 
repaired  and  made  into  a  residence  "  for  the  pore  man, 
the  porter  of  the  Schole,  to  be  more  readier  to  attend 
upon  the  said  Schole  and  to  keep  it  clean." 

1574.  It  was  agreed  between  the  Dean  and  Chapter  of  St.  Paul's  and 

Jesus  College,  Cambridge,  that  two  of  the  Scholars  on 
the  foundation  of  Dr.  Reston  should  be  nominated  by  the 
Dean  and  Chapter,  the  Candidates  to  be  chosen  from 
St.  Paul's  School,  or,  in  defect,  from  any  other  School. 

1575.  Oct.  29 — The  morrow  after  Simon  and  Jude,  Mr.  Malym's 

Scholar  made  an  oration  on  a  "  skaffolde "  set  up  at 
Paul's  School,  when  Mr.  Ambrose  Nicholas,  then  Lord 
Mayor,  returned  from  Westminster  (A.). 

1575-6.  A  grant  is  made  to  John  Meeke,  chief  bellringer  of  Pawles, 
towards  his  paines  in  bringing  to  light  an  old  "  pervy  of 
easement"  (i.e.  privy)  "that  some  time  longede  to  the 
Children  of  Pawles  Schole,^  and  also  for  the  easement  of 
all  inhabitants  thereabouts."  From  subsequent  entries  it 
seems  that  Meeke  became  involved  in  a  lawsuit  with 
Abraham  Vele,^  bookbinder,  who  had  taken  the  said 
"pervy"  into  his  shop,  and  in  1577-8  Meeke  received  a 
further  grant,  but  it  does  not  appear  whether  he  was 
successful  in  his  suit. 

1578.  William  Malym  delivers  an  oration  (in  Latin)  to  Duke  John 

Casimir. 

1579.  July  28 — It  was  resolved  "  that  such  as  have  the  reversions  of 

Scholarships  be  examined  at  Polls  "  (Paul's). 

1  For  the  use  to  which   this  "place"  his  Court   attending   a   sermon  at   Paul's 

was  put,  see  Colet's  Statutes  (Appendix  B.)  Cross   on    March    26,    1620.       The    brick 

under  the  headiug  "The  Children."  cessiJool   belonging  to  it  still  remains  in 

^  See,    However,    Colet's    Statutes   (Ap-  situ,  and  was  uncovered  when  the  gardens 

pendix    B.),    under    the    heading    "  The  were  hitely  made. 

Children."     A  view  of  the  pervy  may  lie  ^  Jq  1556^  Abraham  Veale,  at  the  sign 

seen   in   an   engraving  in  the  Grace  Col-  of  the  Lamb  in  Paul's  Churchyard,  printed 

lection   representing  King  James  L    and  Pobyuson's  translation  of  More's  Utopia. 


FASTI   OF   ST.  PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  11 

1581.    Nov.   8— 3JoIjn   l^arn'son,   W%\f    it\ast£r,   vice   Malym, 

resigned. 
„  "A  number  of  our  Company  assembled,  with  Mr.  Deane  of 
Powel's  (Alex""-  Nowel)  and  other  learned  men,  for  the 
tryall  of  the  said  Schole  Master's  sufficiency  "  (a.).  On 
this  occasion  "  Mr.  Wilkinson,  reader  of  the  Greek 
Lector  at  Cambridge,"  was  the  defeated  candidate  for 
the  High  Mastershij),  and  received  a  present  for  his 
expenses. 
„  The  first  mention  of  tlie  Apposition.  "  Paid  for  dinner  at 
the  Examination  of  the  Scholars  at  Candlemas 
(February   2)"  (a). 

I.jS'I.  Thomas  Gyles,  Master  of  the  Quiristers  in  St.  Paul's 
Cathedral,  is  directed  to  instruct  them  in  the  Cate- 
chism, Writing,  and  Music ;  and  then  suffer  them  to 
resort  to  St.  Paul's  School  that  they  may  learn  the 
principles  of  Grammar  :  and  after,  as  they  shall  be 
forwards,  learn  the  said  Catechism  in  Latin,  which 
before  they  learned  in  English,  and  other  good  books 
taught  in  the  said  School.  (Churton's  Life  of  Nowel, 
page   190). 

1585-6.  The  cojDy  of  the  Statutes,^  now  preserved  at  Mercers'  Hall, 
was  rebound,  as  appears  by  these  entries  : — 
„  Paid  "for  a  cover  of  vellom  for  Mr.  CoUette's  book  of 
ordenaunce  wherein  his  own  handwriting  is  :  the  said  Mr. 
CoUette's  picture  is  now  newly  made  on  the  outside,  and 
for  stringe  of  silk  and  for  binding  the  same,  6s." 
„  Paid  to  Segar  "  for  drawing  the  picture  of  Mr.  Dr.  Collette 
upon  the  cover  of  vellom  of  the  book  of  ordenance  very 
fair  in  cuUors,  40s." 

1588-9.  "The  tenement  at  the  end  of  Poules  Church  (see  under 
1572-3)  has  now  been  converted  into  a  house  for  the 
Under  Usher ;  in  the  following  year  this  house  was 
beaten  down  with  the  fall  of  a  stone  ("  a  pynnakell  ")  from 
Poull's  Church  by  the  great  wynd  (A.).^ 

1592.     Feb.  5 — The  dinner  was  held  at  Mercers'  Hall  instead  of  at 
the  Schole  "  for  that  two  or  three  had  died  of  the  sickness 
lately." 
„        An  inventory  was   made  of  the   implements  at  the   School, 
"  both  before  Harrison's  time  and  since  bought." 

1594.  Speech  of  the  boys  of  St.  Paul's  School  to  the  Masquers  of 
Gray's  Inn. 

^  Printed  at.  large  in  Appendix  B.  men's  houses,  and  overtbrewe  many  cliim- 

'  1589.     The  fift  of  January,  about  fiue  nies,  and  caused  many  men  feare  the  over- 

of  the   clocke   in  the  euening,   before  the  throw   of  their  houses  :  one  of  the  three 

Twelfth  day,   began  a  great  and  terrible  West  gates  of  Saint  Paules  Cliurch,  to  wit, 

Tempest  of  Wind  in  tlie  Soutli-West,  which  that  next  to   the    Bishoppes    Palace,   was 

continued  with  great  veheniency  till  about  broken  witli  the  bolts,  barres,  and  lockes 

11  of  the  clocke  of  the  same  night  ;  thi.s  of  the  same  gate,   so  that  it  was  blowne 

iu  the  City  of  London  blew  the  Tiles  off  over.     (Stow's  Annals,  London,  1631.) 


12  FASTI   OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL 

1595.  Feb. — "  The    audit  dinner  for   the   accompt   was  holden   at 

Mercers'  Hall  this  year,  for  that  Harrison  still  kept 
j)OSsession  of  the  School  House." 

The  details  of  this  quarrel  are  yjreserved  among  the 
records  at  Mercers'  Hall.  "  Proceedings  in  the 
Court  of  Chancery,  Richard  Smith  and  Francis 
Herring  (1596),  Schoolmasters,  against  the 
Company ;  also  letters  of  sundiy  Honble 
personages,  and  said  Harrison's  appeal  into  the 
Archers  {sic)  and  Bill  of  Articles  to  my  Lord 
of  Canterbury,  with  the  Company's  severall 
answers  to  every  of  the  same." 

From  the  following  entries  it  seems  that  while  the  dispute  went 
on  the  scholars  were  transferred  to  the  care  of  Mulcaster: — 

159G-7.  "  Paid  to  Christopher  Johnson  for  his  paines  in  teaching 
under  Mr.  Mulcaster  till  Lady  Day  in  Lent  last"  (a.). 

„  "  Paid  to  John  Be  vane  for  reward  for  teaching  the  schol- 

lers  of  Poules  one  quarter  under  Mr.  Moncaster  in 
Mylk  Street "  (A.). 

„         "  To  Mr.  Mansfield,  late  Mr.  Moncaster's  ussher"  (a.). 

1596.  Aug.  5— IRt'cljartl  JHliIcaSlfr,  ^iglb  iKlaster,  vice  Harrison, 

removed. 
„        March  4 — "The  assistants  and  learned  men"  met  at  Mercers' 
Hall  to  establish  orders  for  the  Schole. 

1600.  The  Usher's  house  was  raised  and  comi^ensation  paid  to 
"  Thomasyn  Rode,  widdowe,  for  hurtes  done  "  thereby  to 
her  house. 
„  "  Given  to  Mulcaster  to  distribute  among  the  boys  at  the 
apposition,  5s."  Apparently  this  is  the  first  "Distribution 
of  Prizes."  The  sum  distributed  was  increased  to  10s.  in 
1601,  and  20s.  in  1602  :  and  at  this  it  remained  till 
1630-40,  when  it  appears  to  cease. 

1602.  June  24 — Amending  Ordinances  made  by  the  Court  of  As- 

sistants of  the  Mercers'  Company  signed  by  "  Mr.  Fleming, 
the  King's  Solicitor,  and  Mr.  Sergeant  Foster,"  to  whom 
payments  were  made  for  their  counsel  in  1602-3.  (See 
Appendix  B.  2.) 

1603.  Oration  of  one  of  Mr,  Mulcaster's  Scholars  to  King  James  I. 

1608.     Tvfarch  10— aicxanUct  CSill,  f^icrf)  iiJlaStfV,  vice  Mulcaster, 
resigned. 

1612.     The  Exhibitions  to   the  University  were  increased  in  value 

from  £5  to  £10. 
1614-15.  "  Paid  to  Pawle  Jackson  for  setting  up  Dr.  Collette's  picture 

at  the  upper  end  of  the  Schole,  £3  10s." 
1617-18.  The  Scholars  of  Pawles  made  a  play  in  Mercers'  Hall  on 

quarter  day. 


FASTI   OF   ST.  PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  13 

1619.  Sept.  10 — The  boys  of  Paul's  acted  a  play  in  Mercers'  Hall 

at  the  Wardens'  Feast. 

1620.  The  House  at  the  East  end  of  Powles  is  pulled  down  "by 

order  of  the  Lords  of  the  Privy  Council."  From  this 
time  till  the  Fire  the  Under  Usher  has  an  allowance 
(£3  Qs.  8d.)  for  house  rent. 

1626-7. "Paid  to  the  citty  waites  for  Music  at  the  play  that  was  acted 
by  the  Schollers,  5s." 

1629.  Oct.  13 — Foundation  of  the  Campden  Exhibitions  by  the 
will  of  Sir  Baptist  Hicks,  Viscount  Campden.  Brought 
before  the  Court  November  21  and  December  3,  1632. 
(Appendix  E.  2.) 

1635.  Nov.  18— ainantifC  (ffiftll  (Junior),  J^igj^  ittastn",  vice  Gill, 
deceased. 

1640.     Jan.  7— gjolju  Eaitglcg,  it^tgi)  J^astfr,  vice  Gill,  "displaced." 
1644.     No  Exhibitions  were  paid  in  this  year,  nor  in  1645  nor  1646, 
but  payments  were  resumed  in  1647. 

1645-6.  During  some  part  of  this  year  the  Schollers  were  taught  in 
the  Convocation  House  in  Paules  (a.). 

1646.  "  Eight  paires  of  gloves  for  the  Scholars  who  made  orations, 
12s."  (a.),  and  in  the  next  year  "Sixteen  paires." 

1657.  Sept.  14— Samuel  OTromlf^Cihlte,  Wsf)  iWastrr,  vice  Langley, 
deceased. 

1659.  Sir  Richard  Wood's  Scholarship  founded  at  St.  John's  College, 

Cambridge.     (Appendix  E.  3.) 

1659-60,  In  this  year  certain  quit-rents,  which,  since  1649,  have  been 
entered  as  "  due  to  the  Commonwealth,"  are  again  entered 
as  "  due  to  the  King's  Majesty  "  (a.). 

1660.  Jan.    25— The  Feast  of  the  Scholars  was  first  held.     (Ap- 

pendix H.) 

1663-4.  "To  Mrs.  Segood  in  lieu  of  a  book  of  the  orders  of  Paul's 
which  she  did  (give)  to  the  Company,  £1  "  (A.). 

1664-5.  Four  years  was  fixed  for  the  time  for  Scholars  to  be  in  the 
School  before  they  sue  for  Exhibitions. 

1665.  No  Apposition  holden  by  reason  of  the  great  visitation  of  the 

plague. 
,,        On  Midsummer  Day  the  School  was  dismissed,  to  be  reopened 

when  it  seemed  good  to  the  Surveyor- Accountant. 
„         Mr.  Cromleholme  wrote  a  Sche(hde  of  Books  in  the  School 

Study. 

1666.  Sept.  6  and  7 — The  First  School  Buildings  perished  in  the 

Fire  of  London. 
„         Oct.    19 — The  School  was   ordered    to    cease,  the    buildings 
being  down  and  the  scholars  scattered  (m.).     All  Exhi- 
bitions were  to  be  paid  up  to  Michaelmas,  1666. 


14  FASTI    OF   ST.  PAUL'S   SCHOOL. 

1066-70.  During  this  interval  the  School  appears  to  have  been 
closed.  The  three  Masters  received  their  bare  salaries, 
according  to  the  Founder's  directions,  on  yjromising  to 
return  when  the  School  opened  :  meanwhile  they  might 
find  other  employment.  In  the  accounts  of  1666-7  a 
quarter  or  half-year's  Exhibition  only  is  j)aid  to  each 
Exhibitioner,  and  all  Exhibitions  cease  till  Lady  Day, 
1678-9. 

1666-70.  All  entries  in  the  Accounts  refer,  firstly  to  the  clearing  away 
rubbish  (1666-7),  secondly  to  the  purchase  of  some 
additional  ground  and  tenements  in  Old  Change  (1667-8), 
and  thirdly  to  the  expenses  of  rebuilding  (1668-9  and 
1669-70). 

1670.  (Schola)  "Eestaurata  feliciter"  post  incendium  (Inscription). 

1671.  March  28 — It  was  ordered  that  the  School  should  open  the 

next  week  after  Easter  week  (m.). 

1672.  It  was  resolved  that  the  Exhibitions  in  the  gift  of  the  Mercers' 

Company  (Lady  North's  and  Mrs.  Robinson's)  should  in 
preference  be  given  to  boys  of  St.  Paul's  or  of  Mercers' 
Chapel  School.  This  rule  was  renewed  February  17, 
1681^. 

Aug.    5— (jrf)OmaS    €fale,   WS^    M^^ttX,  vice  Cromleholme, 
deceased. 

1674.     Jan,  25 — The  Scholars'  Feast  revived  (after  ten  years'  interval). 

1676-7.  The  sum  of  £110  was  paid  for  a  house  in  Old  Change,  which 
was  "laid  into"  the  High  Master's  house. 

The  following  entry  refers  to  Monmouth's  re- 
bellion : — 
1685.  "Allowed  Henry  Somner,  Esq.,  the  Company's  propor- 
tion of  the  charge  for  finding  a  soldier  for  the  Wathes 
ffarme  in  time  of  the  late  rebellion  in  the  West, 
£3  lO.s."  (A.). 

1687-8. "For  new  laying  all  the  front  of  the  Schole  and  Schole- 
master's  houses,  the  most  part  of  it  now  Purbeck  Stone 
within  the  posts,  £18  3s."  (a.). 

1693-4.  "  For  convex  lights  at  St.  Paul's  School,  12.3." 

1696.  Exhibitions  at  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  founded  by 
Rev.  William  Perry.     (Appendix  E.  4.) 

1097.    Sept.    3— gJoi)n   lostlftijtoaet,    ?i?igf)    iHa0tct,    vice    Gale, 
resigned. 
„         This  year  a  fire  occurred  in  tlie  Surmaster's  house  (Mr.  Ays- 
cough). 
Jan.   25 — The  Scholars'  Feast  revived  (after  eighteen  years' 
interval). 

1699-1700.  A  clock  was  put  up  at  St.  Paul's  School,  and  the  "  Dyall  " 
gilded  and  painted. 


FASTI   OF   ST.  PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  15 

1702.     The  School  was  repaired  and  beautified. 

1711.  Exhibitions  founded    by  Dr.    Gower   at    St.   John's   College, 

Cambridge.     (Appendix  E.  5.) 

1712.  March  20 — The  High  Master  was  ordered  to  file  the  presenta- 

tions issued  by  the  Surveyor  Accountant,  and  to  register 
the  names  in  a  book. 

1713.  ^I^tltp  ^  )S(:OUgf),  Witt  i^aStrr,  vice  Postlethwayt,  deceased. 

1721.    June  2  —  Smfamtn  iHovlanti,  ?t?tgf)  JKastrr,  vice  Ayscough, 

resigned. 

1723.     Jan.  25 — The  Scholars'  Feast  revived  (after  six  years'  interval). 

1725.  From  this  date  till  1749  there  are  no  records  of  payments 
to  Exhibitioners  out  of  the  School  Funds. 

1733.     Cimoti)))  (Crumpf ,  ?t?tgt)  iilastfr,  vice  Morland,  deceased. 

1737.     ^SfOrgc  Clftarlrs,  WQ^)  i^astrr,  vice  Crumpe,  deceased. 

l7-i3.     The  earliest  known  printed  Catalogue  of  the  School  Library. 

174'5.  From  this  date  till  1755  there  are  no  records  of  payments  to 
Campden  Exhibitioners. 

1748.  Aug.    12— SfCrgc    CJ)lcfencSSf,   ?^lg$    iKaStrr,  vice  Charles, 

resigned. 

1749.  May  16 — The  High  Master  was  ordered  to  deliver  yearly  to 

the  Surveyor  Accountant  a  list  of  Scholars.     (These  lists 
are  to  be  found  complete  up  to  the  present  time.) 

1752.  March  25 — It  was  ordered  that  a  Gold  Medal,  weighing  l^oz., 
be  given  annually  to  the  most  deserving  Scholar. 

1755.  Jan.  25 — The  Scholars'  Feast  revived  (after  twenty-seven  years' 
interval). 

1766.  Exhibitions  founded  by  Rev.  George  Sykes  at  Corpus  Christi 
College,  Cambridge.     (Appendix  E.  6.) 

1769.  May  24— l^idjart  IRollfltS,  WQ^  Hflastfr,  vice  Thicknesse, 
resigned. 

1773.  The  Hiqh  Master  began  to  employ  an  Assistant  to  help  him 
in  the  teaching  the  Fifth  and  Sixth  Classes. 

1780.  Exhibition  founded  by  John  Stock  at  Corpus  Christi  College, 
Cambridge.     (Appendix  E.  7.) 

1782.  The  School  was  held  at  Blacksmiths'  Hall,  near  Old  Fish 
Street,  the  buildings  being  under  repair. 

1791.  Meeting  of  Old  Paulines  in  consequence  of  the  death  of 
Mr.  Thicknesse,  formerly  High  Master. 

1810.  May  1— The  Fourth  Centenary  Festival  of  the  School,  held  at 
Freemasons'  Hall.  Present,  the  Lord  Bishop  of  Salisbury, 
Sir  Philip  Francis,  K.B.,  &c. 


16  FASTI   OF   ST.  PAUL'S   SCHOOL. 

1814.  June  16— 3Jof)n  Slfatf),  ji^iQf)  M^^ttt,  vice  Roberts,  resigned. 

1815.  The  Governors'  Prizes  for  Latin  Hexameters  and  English  Verse 

first  given.     (Appendix  F.  1.) 

1823.  Foundation   of    the    Sleath   Prize    (Latin   Prose).      (Appen- 

dix F.   2.) 
„         The  School  was  held  in  Aldersgate  Street  during  rebuilding. 

1824.  Sept. — The  School  occupied  its  new  Buildings — the  third  since 

its  foundation. 

1828.  The  Governors'  Prize  for  Greek  Iambics  first  given.  (Ap- 
pendix F.  1.) 

1838.  June  22—^CXttXt  Kgnaston,  Wsb  i^astrr,  vice  Sleath, 
resigned. 

1840.  The  Governors'  Prize  for  an  English  Essay  first  given. 
(Appendix-  F.  1.) 

1844.     Address   to    Queen   Victoria   on   the   opening  of   the   Royal 
Exchange. 
„         Feb.    7 — Foundation  of  the  Thomas  Barnes  Scholarship  at 
Cambridge,  (first  Election,  1867).     (Appendix  E.  8.) 

1847.     The  Shields  with  the  names  of  famous  Scholars  were  placed 
on  the  School  Walls. 
„        May  18 — Prince  Albert  was  present  at  the  Apposition. 

1849.     The  Thruston  Prize  instituted.     (Appendix  F.  3.) 

1851.     The  Truro  Prize  founded  by  Lord  Chancellor  Truro,     (Ap- 
pendix F.  4.) 
The    Milton    Prize    founded    by    Sir    Charles    M.    Clarke. 
(Appendix  F.  5.) 

1859.  June  8 — The  Seventh  Jubilee  of  St.  Paul's  School  was 
celebrated  at  the  Apposition.  Publication  of  the  High 
Master's  Lays  of  the  Seven  Half-Centuries. 

1863.  March — Address  on  the  entry  of  the  Princess  Alexandra  into 

London  (presented  at  the  subsequent  Icvde). 

1864.  June  15 — The  Prince  of  Wales  was  present  at  the  Apposition. 
„        June  15 — The  Old  Pauline  Dinner  was  revived. 

1868.     Foundation  of  the  Keen  Scholarship.     (Appendix  F.  6.) 

1876.  Establishment  of  the  New  Governors  under  the  Scheme  of 

the  Endowed  Schools  Commissioners. 

1877.  dFrrtfrlrk   2121i.   SSlalltfr,   ?t?lg$   JHastcr,  vice  Kynaston 

resigned. 
„         Foundation  of  the  Kynaston  Prize.     (Appendix  F.  7.) 

1881.     Foundation  of  the  Bedford  Prize.     (Appendix  F.  8.) 


THE  MASTEES  AND  SCHOLARS 


ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL. 


ABBREVIATIONS. 


A.,  The  School  Accounts. 

A.B.,  Artium  Baccalaureus. 

A.C.,  Athen*  Cantabrigienses. 

A.M.,  Artium  Magister. 

A.O.  Athens  Oxonienses. 

A.R.I.C.E.,  Associate  of  the  Royal  Insti- 
tution of  Civil  Engineers. 

B.A.,  Bachelor  of  Arts. 

B.C.L..  Bachelor  of  Civil  Law  (Oxford). 

B.D.,  Bachelor  of  Divinity  (generally  used, 
in  this  work,  of  Oxford  Graduates). 

B.M.,  Bachelor  of  Medicine. 

B.M.,  Bloxam's  Magdalen  College. 

C.M.G.,  Companion  of  St.  Michael  and 
St.  George. 

C.I.E.,  Companion  of  the  Indian  Empire. 

D.C.L.,  Doctor  of  Civil  Law  (Oxford). 

D.D.,  Doctor  of  Divinity  (generally  used, 
in  this  work,  of  Oxford  Graduates). 

F.R.C.P.,  FeUowof  the  Royal  College  of 
Physicians. 

F.R.C.S.,  Fellow  of  the  Royal  College  of 
Surgeons. 

F.R.I. B.A.,  Fellow  of  the  Royal  Insti- 
tution of  British  Architects. 

F.R.S.,  Fellow  of  the  Royal  Society. 

H.M.,  High  Master. 

K.B.,  Knight  of  the  Bath. 

K.C.B.,  Knight  Commander  of  the  Bath. 

K.G.,  Knight  of  the  Garter. 

LL.B.,  Bachelor  of  Civil  Law  (Cambridge). 

LL.M.,  Master  of  Civil  Law  (Cambridge). 

LL.D.,  Doctor  of  Civil  Law  (Cambridge). 

L.S.A.,  Licentiate  of  the  Society  of 
Apothecaries. 

M.,  Marginal  Notes  to  the  Minutes  or  Acts 
of  Court  of  the  Mercers'  Company. 

M.A.,  Master  of  Arts. 

M.B.,  Bachelor  of  Medicine. 


M.D.,  Doctor  of  Medicine. 

M.L.,  Licentiate  of  Medicine. 

M.R.C.S.,  Member  of  the  Royal  College  of 

Surgeons. 
N.S.,  New  Style. 
O.P.,  Old  Pauline. 
O.S.,   Old  Style  :  the  year  began  on  the 

25th  March  till  January  1st,  1752. 
Q.C.,  Queen's  Counsel. 
S.A.,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
S.C.L.,  Student  of  Civil  Law. 
S.P.C.K.,  Society  for  Promoting  Christian 

Knowledge. 
S.P.G.,  Society  for  the  Propagation  of  the 

Gospel. 
S.P.S.,  St.  Paul's  School. 
S.  T.B. ,  Bachelor  of  Divinity  (generally  used, 

in  this  work,  of  Cambridge  Graduates). 
S.T.P.,  Doctor  of  Divinity  (Sancta;  Theo- 

logife  Professor)  (generally  used,  in  this 

work,  of  Cambridge  Graduates). 


Lit.  Hum.,  Literee  Humaniores  ;  the  final 

Classical  School  at  Oxford, 
arm.  fil.,  armigeri  filius. 
cler.  fil.,  clerici  filius. 
gen.  fil.,  generosi  filius. 
pleb.  fil.,  plebeii  filius. 


?  preceding  a  name  suggests  a  doubt 
whether  he  was  a  Pauline. 

?  following  a  name  suggests  a  doubt  as 
to  the  spelling. 

?  follo\ving  a  date  suggests  that  the  author- 
ity is  doubtful. 


Observe  that  Benet  was  the  old  name  of  Corpus  Christi  College, 
Cambridge  ;  Cardinal  College  of  Christ  Church,  Oxford  ;  Broad- 
gates  Hall  of  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ;  Gloucester  Hall  of 
Worcester  College,  Oxford ;  and  Hart  Hall  stood  on  the  site 
of  Hertford  College,  Oxford. 


LIST  OF  MASTERS  AND  SCHOLAES. 


1512—1522 
High  Master^  WILLIAM  LILY. 

Bom  at  Odyliam,  Hants,  circa  1466  ;  Demy  of  Magdalen  College,  Oxford,  1486, 
B.A. ;  visited  Jerusalem  and  made  some  stay  in  Rhodes  where  he  acquired  the 
Greek  tongue,  thence  visited  Rome  ;  returned  to  England  and  settled  in 
London  where  he  taught  Grammar,  Poetry,  and  Rhetoric  ;  selected  by  Colet  as 
first  High  Master;  died  1522.  He  was  the  joint  author  of  a  Latin  Grammar 
{Brc.vissima  Institutio)  which  remained  the  basis  of  all  Latin  grammars  in  use 
till  the  present  generation.  He  is  probably  identical  with  William  Lily,  Vicar 
of  Holcote,  Northampton,  1492-95. 

Sur master  1512         Thomas  Percy,  otherwise  Persy. 

Siirmastcr  1515        Maurice  Birchinshaw. 

Called  Master  Morris  in  the  "Accounts."  "In  1511  (December  11th)  M.  B.,  a 
scholar  of  the  faculty  of  Rhetoric,  was  admitted  (at  Oxford)  to  inform  in  the 
faculty  of  Grammar.  He  taught  in  the  School  adjoining  Magdalen  College 
great  gate.  In  1515,  July  2,  M.  B.  the  celebrated  grammarian  was  admitted 
B.C.L.  He  was  afterwards  Prebendary  of  "Wells"  (A.O.).  Possibly  he  was 
Mauritius  to  whom  Constable  addresses  the  following  epigram  : — 

Nunc  scio,  Maurici,  placuit  tibi  culta  vetustas 

Quod  delegisti  fertile  gymnasium. 
Nempe  virum  expectat  te  clara  Britannia  talem 

Qualis  erat  Romte  Tullius  ipse  suse. 

Surmaster  1517    *     John  Ritwise. 

Subsequently  High  Master  1522— 1532  (which  see). 

Chaplain. 

There  is  no  record  of  any  payment  to  a  chaplain  till  1523-24.  Probably  these  duties 
were  supplied  under  the  immediate  direction  of  the  Founder  up  to  that  time. 

'  A  complete  list  of  the  High  Masters  but  afterwards 

and  Sub  (Sur)  Masters,  from  1512  to  1637,  1559.     John  Cook,  chosen  High-mr. 

is  found  api^ended  to  one  of  the  copies  of  James  Jacob,  Sub-mr. 

Colet's  statutes  preserved  at  Mercers' Hall.  1561.     John  Cook,  High-mr. 

"Whenever  a  change  in  the  tenant  of  either  Christopher  Holden,  Sub-mr. 

oflBce  occurs,  the   name  of  the  tenant  of  Possibly  this  is  the  copy  of  the  Statutes 

the  other  is  usually  repeated.  for   writing   which    Mulcaster    was    paid 

Thus—  3s.  4d.  in  1598-99. 

1512.     "Willm  Lilie,  high  Mr-  placed  As    I    have    discovered    no    notice    at 

by  ye  Founder.  Mercers'    Hall    of    the    appointment    of 

Thomas  Persy,  Submaster.  Masters  for  the  School  before  1522,  I  am 

1515.      Maurice     Birchinshaw,     Sub-  inclined  to  think  that  the  first  three  Sur- 

mr.,  &c.  masters  were  appointed  by  the  Founder. 


18  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1512-22 


SCHOLAKS. 

Thomas  Lupset, 

Son  of  William  Lupsei,  goldsmith  of  London  ;  born  about  1495  ;  said  to  have 
been  supiiorted  by  Colet  (to  whom  he  is  said  to  have  acted  as  amanuensis)  at 
Pembroke  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  accompanied  Richard  Paice  on  his  embassy  to  Venice, 
1515  ;  took  his  B.A.  at  Paris;  and  returning  to  England,  1519,  settled  at  Corpus 
Christi  College,  Oxford,  where  he  rend  the  Pihetoric  and  Humanity  lecture  founded 
by  Wolsey.  "in  1521  he  was  admitted  M.A.  of  Oxford,  and  read  Wolsey's  Greek 
lecture.  In  1523  he  was  admitted  to  the  Chapel  of  St.  Nicholas,  in  the  parish  of 
Stanford-le-hope,  Essex.  The  same  year  he  was  at  Padua  with  Pole  (afterwards 
Cardinal),  whose  acquaintance  he  had  made  in  1515.  Rector  of  Great  Mougeham, 
Kent,  1526,  and  also  of  St.  Martin,  Ludgate  ;  Rector  of  Cheriton,  Hants,  1530  ; 
and  Prebendary  of  Ruscombe  (Samm).  He  died  of  consumption  in  1530,  and  was 
buried  at  St.  Alphege,  London  Wall.  He  was  the  author  of  Epistokc  varicc,  Basle, 
1520  ;  A  treatise  of  Charitc,  London,  1529.  Two  works  of  his  were  posthumously 
printed,  An  exhortation  to  yonge  men,  persivaudi/nge  them  to  walk  in  the  pathe  way 
thj,t  leadeth  to  honestye  and  goodnes,  written  to  a  frendc  of  his,  by  Thomas  Lupsete, 
Londoner,  London,  1530,  and  A  compendious  and  a  very  frutcful  treatise  teaching 
the  way  of  Dyeing  well,  London,  1534. 

Edward  North, 

Born  in  1496  ;  son  of  Roger,  citizen  and  mercer  of  London  ;  proceeded  to  Peter- 
house,  Cambridge,  but  did  not  graduate  ;  studied  the  law  and  became  one  of  tlie 
King's  Serjeants  iu  1537.  Henceforth  till  the  accession  of  Elizabeth,  he  plays  an 
important  part  in  the  history  of  England.  He  was  summoned  to  Parliament  as 
Baron  North  of  Kirtling,  iu  1554  ;  died  1564.  He  is  reckoned  as  a  Benefactor  by 
the  University  of  C'ambridge  and  by  Peterhouse.  He  was  ancestor  of  the  present 
Baroness  North  and  the  Earl  of  Guilford. 

Anthony  Denny, 

Born  1500-1  ;  entered  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  became  a  gentleman  of  the 
bedchamber  to  Henry  Vlll.  and  finally  King's  Remembrancer  and  Groom  of  the 
Stole  ;  was  knighted  before  1546  ;  was  one  of  the  executors  of  the  king's  will ;  died 
1550.     He  was  a  great  benefactor  of  the  School  of  Sedbergh,  York. 

William  Paget, 

Son  of  a  Serjeant-at-Mace  in  Ijondon  ;  said  to  have  gone  to  Trinity  Hall,  but 
apparently  did  not  gi'aduate  ;  entered  the  household  of  Gardiner,  afterwards  Bishop 
of  Winchester;  went  thence  to  the  University  of  Paris.  In  1532  he  entered  the 
service  of  king  Henry  VI 1 1.,  under  whom  he  held  various  offices  and  was  appointed 
one  of  the  executors  of  the  king's  will.  During  the  reign  of  Edward  VI.  he  attached 
himself  first  to  the  side  of  Somerset,  and  on  his  fall  to  that  of  Northumberland. 
He  was  made  K.G.  in  1546-47,  and  called  to  the  House  of  Lords  as  Baron  Paget  of 
Beaudesert  in  1551.  He  was  on  the  Privy-Council  of  Queen  Jane,  but  was  one  of 
the  first  to  welcome  Queen  Mary's  accession.  He  retired  from  puldic  life  on  the 
accession  of  Queen  Elizabeth,  and  died  in  1563.  His  monument  was  erected  in 
Lichfield  Cathedral.  He  was  High  Steward  of  the  University  of  Cambridge  in  1546 
and  again  in  1554.  He  filled  one  of  the  foremost  places  in  the  history  of  England 
for  nearly  twenty  years  :  his  descendant  is  now  Marquess  of  Anglesey. 

John  Leland,  otherwise  Leyland, 

Born  in  London  about  1506  ;  graduated  B.A.  (Lelond)  at  Christ's  College,  Cambridge, 
1522,  whence  he  removed  to  All  Souls'  College,  Oxford;  was  sent  to  Paris  with  an 
exhibition  by  Henry  VIII.  where  he  acquired  the  friendship  of  Budseus  and  other 
famous  men  of  the  time.  In  1530  he  was  admitted  Rector  of  Poppeling  in  the 
Marches  of  Calais,  but  serving  the  King  as  Librarian  had  licence  for  non-residence. 
In  1533  he  was  appointed  King's  Antiquarian.  For  six  years  he  travelled  over 
England  pursuing  his  researches,  and  in  1546  presented  the  King  with  a  scheme 
of  his  great  work  under  the  title  of  a  New  Year's  gift.  In  1542  he  became  Rector 
of  Haseley,  Oxon.  ;  and  in  1543  he  was  made  a  Canon  of  King's  College,  Oxford, 
(now  Chiist  Church)  ;  he  was  also  Prebendary  of  Sarum,  an  apjiointnient  which 
he  perhaps  received  in  exchange  for  his  Canonry.  In  1550  he  lost  his  reason,  and 
dying  in  1552  was  buried  in  the  church  of  St.  Michael  le  Quern.  His  works  were  not 
published  in  his  lifetime,  but  liis  MSS.  are  mostly  jireserved  at  Oxford.  His 
Co7nmentnrii  de  Scriptoribus  Britaniiicis  was  eilited  iu  1709  by  Anthony  Hall ;  his 
Itinerary  in  1710,  &c.,  by  Thomas  Hearne  ;  his  Collectanea  de  rebus  Britannicis  in 
1715  by  Heanie. 


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i5ii-22]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  19 

John  Clement, 

He  was  taken  from  St.  Paul's  School  by  Sir  Thomas  More.  He  read  Wolsoy's 
Ehctoric  Lecture  at  Corpus  Christ!  College,  Oxford,  1519  ;  and  also  his  Greek 
Lecture,  '•'  being  singularly  seen  in  the  Greek  tongue."  He  became  tutor  to  Margaret 
More  (Koper).  Being  opposed  to  the  Keformation,  he  retired  abroad  during  the 
reign  of  Edward  VI.,  and  though  he  returned  to  England  in  the  reign  of  Mary,  he 
exiled  himself  again  after  the  accession  of  Elizabeth,  and  died  at  Mechlin,  in 
Brabant,  1572.  He  was  a  member  of  the  College  of  Phj'siciaus  :  see  his  character  in 
Mores  Epistle  to  Peter  Giles  in  the  Utopia. 

Robert  Pursgiove, 

Alias  Sylvester,  a  native  of  Tideswell,  in  Derbyshire,  was  maintained  by  his  uncle, 
"William  Bradshaw,  at  St.  Paul's  School  for  nine  years  ;  from  thence  he  went  to 
St.  Mary  Overies  and  subsequently  to  Corpus  Cliristi  College,  Oxford,  where  he 
remained  fourteen  years  ;  thence  he  became  Prior  of  Guisborough,  York,  which  post 
he  resigned  on  the  dissolution  of  the  monasteries  in  1540.  He  was  subsequently 
Suffragan  Bishop  of  Hull  and  died  in  1579,  being  buried  at  Tideswell,  where  his 
epitaph  exists  on  a  brass.  He  founded  in  1560  a  free  grammar  school  at  Tideswell ; 
and  at  Guisborough  he  founded  the  Jesus  School  and  also  almshouses  for  six  men 
and  six  women  in  1561. 

Eichavdus  Vernanms, 

Pauline  Scholfe  alumnus.  Author  of  an  epigram  printed  at  the  end  of  Rudimenta 
Grammatices — 

Quisquis  adest  Latiam  cupiens  contexere  linguam 

Nostraque  dulciloquis  verba  referre  modis 
Hunc  emat,  hunc  tenero  perstriugat  corde  libellum 
PoUice  quern  faeili  Lilius  ediderat. 

Also  of  the  following  epigram,  appended  to  Lily's  De  Generibus  Nominum  et  Verborum 
prmteritis  ac  supinis  Rcgidtv,  Antwerj),  1538 — 

En  parvo  sumptu  parvoque  volumine  prodit 

Parvus  non  parvo  {sic)  scriptus  ab  arte  liber. 
Hunc  emat  et  parva  {sic)  silii  quilibet  sere  puellus 
Comparet  et  parvo  tempore  niulta  sciet. 

RlCHARDl   VeRNAMI    CaRMEN. 

The  two  following  are  sometimes  assigned  to  St.  Paul's  School : — 
John  Constable, 

Son  of  Roger  C.  ;  born  in  London,  and  educated  under  William  Lily  ;  afterwards  at 
Byham  Hostel,  Oxford,  B. A.  1511,  M. A.  1515.  He  published /««?(» is  Co?^staiZ/^, 
Londincnsis,  Artium  Profcssoris  Epigrammata  apud  indyti  Londini  urban. 
Londini  MCXX  (ex  oflicina  Richardi  Pynsonis  nonis  Septembris).  Among  his 
epigrams  the  following  refer  to  Lily — 

AflD  LiLIUM  Pr.ecf.ptorem. 
Prseceptor  facunde  tuas  quis  dicere  laudes 

Quas  meritus  multis  es  quseat  ecce  modis  : 
Nunc  seris  in  nostris  cultissima  semina  camjiis, 

Maturasque  refert  pingue  solum  segetes. 
Ipse  puer  teneris  a  te  enutritus  ab  annis 

CoUegi  ex  aaro  (?  arvo)  semina  piulchra  tuo  : 
Ergo  magis  nostro  crescant  si  gramina  campo, 
Nunc  danda  est,  Lili,  gloria  tota  tibi. 

In    BoSSUM    LlLlO-MASlIGEM. 

Heus  subito  tacuit,  vidit  sua  carmina  Bossus 

Quum  viciis  toties  stulta  scatere  malis. 
Quumque  pari  nequeat  conatu  vincere  vatem, 

Suppudet  et  versus  jam  negat  esse  suos. 
Euome  de  angnineo  libeat  si  pectore  virus  : 

Nil  nocet  egregio  perfida  lingua  viro. 

Thomas  Nightingale, 

("Vir  le]iidus  et  poeta,"  as  Balseus  saith)  B.C.L.  of  Oxford,  1515;  was  educated 
under  AVilliam  Lilj',  but  there  is  no  ground  for  supposing  that  he  was  a  pupil  of 
St.  Paul's  School ;  author  of  De  obitu  Joannis  Colcti  Carmen ;  In  mortem  Gul.  Lilii 
clcgifr. 

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SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1522-32 


1522—1532 
High  Master  JOHN  RITWYSE. 

December  10,  1522. 

Rightwyse,  Kitwis,  Rightewes  (iu  Latin,  Righeuus  and  Justus)  ;  born  at  Sail  (Saul, 
Sawl)  in  Norfolk.  Educated  at  Eton,  whence  he  went  to  King's  College, 
Cambridge;  B.A.  1513;  was  Surmaster  in  St.  Paul's  School,  1517-22,  and 
man-ied  Dionysia,  daughter  of  "William  Lily,  who  survived  him.  Author  of 
the  tragedy  of  Dido  which  he  acted  with  liis  scholars  before  Cardinal  "Wolsey  ; 
Polydore  Vergil  speaks  of  him  as  "  Docti-inte  et  morum  magister."  In  January, 
1531,  occurs  the  entry  in  the  Privy  Purse  Expenses  of  Henry  VIII :  "Paid 
to  Rightwise,  Schole  Master  of  Ponies  by  the  king's  commandment,  sxii. 
lib.  ix.  s."  (probabljf  for  the  King's  Scholar,  George  Frauncs,  see  below).  ^  He 
was  removed  from  his  office  November  10th,  1531,  for  neglect  of  his  duties. 

Surmaster  1522         Richard  Jones. 

Subsequently  High  Master  1532-49  (which  see). 

Chaplain  1523        SiR  John  Thomson.^ 

The  first  Chaplain  :  this  office  not  having  been  filled  up  till  1523.  He  received  for 
the  rent  of  his  chamber  ten  shillings  per  annum,  subsequently  increased  to 
thirteen  shillings  and  fourpence. 

Chaplain  1531         Sir  William  Dyngley. 

February  27. 


SCHOLARS. 

George  Frauncs, 

It  appears  from  the  Privy  Purse  Expenses  of  Henry  VIII.  that  in  1531  and  1532 
payments  were  made  to  the  School  blaster  of  Powles  for  G.  F.  the  King's  Scholar, 
and  in  July  of  1532  "for  the  Exhibucion  of  G.  F." 

Nichola.s  Frauncs, 

Also  in  September  and  December  of  1532  payments  were  made  for  N.  F, 

1  It  is  from  this  entry  that  I  proceed  to  Harrison's  "Children  of  Pawles  School" 

infer  that  the  similar  payments  made  in  (1541),    Stow's    "  Children    of    S.     Pauls 

1531  and  1532  to  the   "School  Master  of  School"    (1554),   and    Nowel's  "Scholars 

Powles,"   were  made  for  boys  at  Colet's  of  Ponll's  Scholle  "  (1569  and  1573). 

School,  rather  than  at  the  Cathedral  School,  -  The   title   of    "Sir"    (Dominus)    was 

tlie  very  existence  of  which  as  a  place  of  commonly   given   to  the  clergy  (possibly 

good  education  at  this  date  seems  to  require  especially  to  Cliantrj'  Priests)  before  the 

further  demonstration.  And  if  it  be  granted  Reformation.     Compare  Shakespeare's  Sir 

that    Colet's    Foundation    is    meant     by  Hugh  Evans,  Sir  Oliver  Martext,  Sir  Na- 

"  Powles  School"  in  1531,  (as  it  certainly  thaniel,  and  Sir  Topaz, 
was  in  1527,)  I  venture  to  claim  as  Paulines, 


1532-49]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  21 


1532—1549 
High  Master  RICHAED  JONES. 

Novemlcr  11,  1532. 

Sur  Master  1522 — 1532.     "  Deinde  secutus  est  Richardus  Jonys"  (Polydore  Vergil 
Hist,  Angl.  xxvi. ).     He  died  15-19. 

Surmaster  1532         James  Jacob. 

Novcmher  16. 
"(Jakobbe)  married  Diouysia,  daur.  of  "W.  Lily,  and  \yidow  of  John  Eitwyse. 
(1560)  the  xvjth  day  of  January  was  bered  at  Sant  Aus(tins)  Jakobe  the  husser 
of  Powlles  SkoUe  :  at  ys  berehyjig  were  a  xx.  clarkes  syngyng  ym  to  the  chyrche 
and  (there)  was  a  sermon  "  (Diary  of  Henry  MacTiyn).  This  entry  is  confirmed 
by  the  Register  of  St.  Augustine's  parish. 

Chaplain  1532         Sir  William  Dyngley  (conUmied). 

In  1543  Sir  W.  D.'s  name  occurs  again  as  Chaplain,  probably  from  an  error  of 
the  \n-iter. 

Chaplain  1542        Sir  John  Benson, 

Sir  John  Benson  dyde  18th  day  of  Auguste  1552  (a). 


•      SCHOLAR. 

William  Harrison, 

Born  18  April,  1534.  He  says  in  his  Chronology  under  date  1544  :  "  The  children 
of  Pawles  Scheie,  whereof  I  was  one  at  that  time,  were  enforced  to  buy  those  bookes  " 
{i.e.  "the  Letimy  in  thenglish  towng");  subsequently  he  went  to  Westminster 
School,  and  thence  to  Oxford  where  he  graduated;  in  1569  he  was  made  B. D.  of 
Cambridge  being  then  an  M.  A.  of  Oxford  of  seven  years'  standing  ;  he  was  Chaplain 
to  Sir  William  Brooke,  Lord  Cobham  ;  Rector  of  Radwinter,  Essex,  1558-59 — 1593  ; 
Vicar  of  Wimbish,  Essex,  1570-71 — 1581  ;  Prebendary  of  Windsor,  1586  ;  died 
about  February  11,  1593-94  ;  Author  of  Chronology. 


22  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [i549-S9 


1549—1559 
High  Master  THOMAS  FREEMAN. 

October  8,   1549. 

On  March  22,  1545,  he  was  granted  the  reversion  of  the  High  Mastership,  being 
then  Master  of  the  Mercers'  Chapel  School,  in  preference  to  one,  Gryndall, 
(possibly  Edmund  Grindal,  subsequently  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,)  who  had 
made  application  on  January  2,  1545,  under  favour  of  the  Queen's  grace  for  the 
room  of  the  High  Mastership.  Stow  says  of  him,  "  who  also  spent  ten  years  in 
the  laborious  employment  of  the  education  of  youth,  and  then  came  into  his 
province  John  Cook."  On  July  17,  1559,  he  was  warned  "to  avoide  from  his 
ofhce  for  insuificiency  of  learning  and  lack  of  the  Greek  tongue." 

Surmastcr  James  Jacob  {continued). 

See  1532 — 1549.  He  received  a  reward  by  reason  that  he  was  not  made  Master  after 
Ric.  Jones'  death  £6  13s.  4c?. 

Chaplain  SiR  John  Benson  {continued). 

See  1532—1549. 

Chaplain  1552        Sir  Thomas  Shakespeyre. 

September  7. 
Departed  at  Lady  Day,  1555-56. 

Chaplain  1556         Sir  John  Chattelles. 

Jpril  24. 

Chaplain  1557        Sir  Thomas  Monymay. 

These  three  Chaplains  were  no  doubt  concerned  in  tlie  restoration  of  the  Mass,  &c., 
in  the  School  Chapel  (see  Fasti  under  date). 

Chaplain  1558         {N'o  name). 


SCHOLAR. 

Maximilian  Poines, 

"After  supper  (on  Queen  Mary's  visit  to  the  Princess  Elizabeth  at  Hatfield,  1554)  a 
play  was  presented  by  tlie  children  of  Paul's.  After  the  play  and  next  morning  one 
of  the  children  named  Mix.  Poines  sung  to  the  Princess  while  she  played  at  the 
Virginals."  ^--Warton's  Hist.  Eng.  Poetry,  iii.  218. 

1  Hp  may  of  course  have  been  a  chorister  of  the  Cathedra],  hut  see  Fasti,  1584. 


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1559—1573 
High  Master  JOHN  COOK. 

Born  at  Sherborne,  Dorset,  1516  ;  educated  at  Eton  ;  admitted  to  King's  College, 
Cambridge,  1533  ;  Fellow  1536  ;  took  his  degrees  in  due  course.  Cooke  of 
King's  Coll.  takes  B.A.  in  1638  ;  Kector  of  North  Cadbury  in  Somersetshire. 
He  was  dead  in  1590-91,  when  his  widow  is  mentioned  in  the  Accounts. 

Surmaster  1560         James  Jacob  {continued). 

See  1532—1549. 

Surmaster  1561         Christopher  Holder. 

"  To  the  usher  of  Poules  Scolle  to  give  to  his  cosins  in  Oxford  as  appeareth  by  an 
abstract  of  28  of  October  ;  xxs.  (1570)." — Spending  Book  of  liobcrt  Nowel. 

Chaplain  1559  {No  name). 

Chaplain  1560         Elles. 

"That  teaches  the  first  forme." 

Chaplain  1561         Thomas  Holden. 

"That  teaches  the  first  forme." 

Chaplain  1567        Thomas  Hodles. 

"Teacher  of  the  pettites." 

Chaplain  1568  {No  name). 

Chaplain  1569  Thomas  Mercer. 

Chaplain  1571  Richard  Wilkynsone. 

"Teacher  of  the  first  forme  there,  Accidence  or  Petite  with  the  Cathechysou,  the 
Articles  of  Christian  faith,  and  the  ten  Commandments." 


SCHOLARS. 

William  Whi  taker, 

Born  in  1547  ;  nephew  of  Alexander  Nowel,  Dean  of  St.  Paul's  ;  first  educated  at 
his  birthplace,  Burnley,  in  Lancashire  ;  subsequently  placed  by  liis  uncle  at  St. 
Paul's  School,  whence  he  proceeded  to  'Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  where  he  was  a 
Scholar  and  B.A.  in  1567  ;  Fellow  in  1569  ;  M.A.  1571.  He  became  Canon  of 
Norwich,  1577-78,  and  was  incorporated  at  O.xford ;  he  took  his  B.D.  in  1578  and 
in  1580  was  appointed  Regius  Professor  of  Divinity  at  Cambridge,  and  in  the  same 
year  was  appointed  Chancellor  of  St.  Paul's  ;  in  l.'J86-87  he  was  admitted  Master  of 
St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  and  took  his  D.D.  ;  in  1587  he  resigned  the  Chan- 
cellorship of  St.  Paul's,  and  in  1595  was  installed  Canon  of  Canterbury,  but  died 
the  same  year,  and  was  buried  in  the  Chapel  of  St.  John's  College.  He  was  one  of 
the  authors  of  the  Lamhrth  Articles,  and  was  considered  the  champion  of  the  Church 
of  England  against  Bellarmine.  He  was  the  author  of  many  theological  works 
which  are  enumerated  in  the  Athcnce  Cantab.  He  is  frequently  mentioned  in  the 
Spending  Book  of  Robert  Nourl  as  receiving  presents. 


24  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [i5S9-73 

William  Camden, 

Born  in  1550  ;  went  from  St.  Paul's  School  to  Magdalen  College,  Oxford,  whence 
he  migrated  to  Broadgate  Hall,  and  tlience  to  Christ  Cluirch  ;  B.A.  probably  in 
1570  ;  Under  Master  and  afterwards  Head  Master  of  Westminster  School  ;  subse- 
quently became  Richmond  Herald,  and  in  1597  Clarencieu.x  King  at  Anns,  I'rofessor 
of  History  in  Chelsea  College,  founded  by  Matthew  Suttclive  ;  died  in  1623  and  was 
buried  in  Westminster  Abbey.  He  founded  a  Professorship  of  Ancient  History  in  the 
University  of  Oxford  in  1622,  and  was  the  author  of  numerous  antiquarian  works,  of 
which  the  most  famous  is  the  Britannuc  Dcscriptio,  commonly  called  Britannia. 
He  also  brought  out  a  Greek  Grammar  for  the  use  of  Westminster  School. 

John  Howsoa, 

Born  in  St.  Bride's  Parish,  London,  about  1556  ;  went  to  Christ  Church,  Oxford  ; 
Vicar  of  Bampton,  Oxon.  ;  Canon  of  Christ  Church  ;  Vice-Chancellor,  1602  ;  was  one  of 
the  original  Fellowsof  King  James  \.  College  at  Chelsea,  1610  ;  Bishop  of  Oxford,  1618  ; 
translated  to  Durham,  1628  ;  died  1631-32,  and  was  buried  in  St.  Paul's  Cathedral. 

Thomas  Langhorne  (Lawgherne),^ 

Called  in  the  Accounts  the  Company's  Scholar  in  Oxford  ;  but  in  the  Minutes  said 
to  be  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  elected  to  an  Exhibition,  September  26,  1564, 
which  continued  till  1568-69.  A  Thomas  Langherne  was  chosen  Fellow  of  Pembroke 
Hall,  Cambridge,  in  1567. 

Thomas  Cole, 

B.A.  of  Magdalen  College,  Oxford,  but  in  the  Accounts  said  to  be  of  Cambridge  ; 
elected  Scholar  October  14,  1564,  but  his  Exhibition  was  withdrawn  November  2, 
1565,  because  he  had  left  the  realm  without  the  Company's  leave  ;  but  Dom.  Cole 
had  leave  from  the  College  to  go  abroad  with  Lawrence  Tomson,  May  6,  1565  (B.M.). 

Thomas  Knight, 

Son  of  William  K.  (deceased)  ;  Exhibitioner  to  Cambridge,  1565. 

Ralph  Warcop  (RafFe  Warcoppe,  Warcope), 

Exhibitioner  1566  ;  son  and  heir  of  Cuthbert  W.,  mercer,  of  English,  Oxon.  ;  entered 
at  Christ  Church,  Ox.,  about  1561  ;  B.A.  1564  ;  he  was  a  Justice  of  the  Peace  and  M.  P. 
for  Oxfordshire  in  the  43rd  year  of  Elizabeth  ;  he  was  appointed  ambnssador  to  France 
or  Spain  by  James  L,  but  died  in  the  60th  year  of  his  age  in  1605.  He  was  the 
author  of  a  Translatiori  of  Prayers  on  the  Psalms  by  August  Marlorat  1571  (A.O.). 

Henry  Hickman, 

Second  son  of  Anthony  H.,  of  Woodford  Hall,  Essex  ;  Exhibitioner  1570,  St.  John's 
Coll.  Camb.  ;  D.C.L. 

Thomas  Byllingford, 

Son  of  Richard  B.,  and  a  kinsman  of  Sir  Thos.  Gresham  ;  elected  Company's 
Scholar  at  Broadgates  Hall,  Oxford,  April  7,  1570,  and  continued  till  1576-77. 

William  Sadler, 
Nycholas  Smythe, 
William  Husnis  (Hunnis), 
Edward  Levison  (Levisus), 
Jefree  Morgane, 
Robert  Russell, 
Anthony  Egliefield, 

The  above  appear  as  "  Schollers  of  Poulls  School  "  who  receive  gowns  fi-om  Robert 

Nowel's  estate  in  the  year  1568. 

1  With  regard  to  these  early  Exhibitioners  they   came   from   St.   Paul's   School,    but 

I  cannot  assert  that  they  received   their  several  of  them  are  claimed  by  Iilerchant 

education  at  St.  Paul's  School.     In  going  Taylors' School,  as  will  be  noticed  hereafter 

through  the  Accounts  I  found  it  stated  in  (see  1596  and  1597).     I  have  however  in- 

two  instances  at  least  that  the  Exhibitioner  eluded  here  the  names  of  all  Exhibitioners 

had  been  educated  at  Mercers' Chapel  School;  except  those  who  are  explicitly  stated  to 

two  more  had  been  educated  at  Horsham  have  been  educated  elsewhere,  inasmuch  as 

School,  which  was  also  under  the  govern-  whether  Paulines  or  not,  they  owed  part  of 

ment  of  the  Mercers.     1  was  at  first  inclined  theii-  advancement  at  the  University  to  the 

to  assume  that  where  no  school  was  stated  funds  furnished  by  Colet's  liberality. 


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1573-1581 
High  Master  WILLIAM  MALYM. 

Lady  Day. 

(Malin  or  ]\Ialim)  born  at  Stapleliurst,  Kent,  1533.  Educated  at  Eton,  whence  he 
proceeded  to  King's  College,  Cambridge,  1548;  Fellow,  1551;  B.A.  1552; 
lil.A.  1556  ;  travelled  and  visited  Antioch,  Constantinople,  Jerusalem,  and 
other  Eastern  cities,  1561  ;  appointed  a  Master  at  Eton,  where  he  remained  ten 
years  ;  Prebendary  of  Biggleswade,  Lincoln,  1569.  He  received  a  present  from 
the  Court  on  leaving  St.  Paul's  School,  and  the  implements  which  he  left 
behind  were  purchased  for  the  School ;  he  died  probably  in  1594.  Author  of 
A  true  Report  of  all  the  succcsse  of  Famagosta,  London,  1572 ;  Oratio  Latino, 
duci  Joanni  Cccsimir,  1578,  and  various  Latin  Verses.  He  also  edited  the 
poetical  works  of  Sir  Thomas  Chaloner,  under  the  immediate  care  of  Cecil, 
(Lord  Burleigh). 

Suo-mastcr  Christopher  Holden  {contimied). 

See  1559-1573. 

Surmastcr  1578        John  Medley. 

Michaelmas. 
See  below  among  the  Scholars. 

Surmasier  1580         John  Harrison. 

Michaelmas. 
Subsequently  High  Master,  1581 — 1596,  which  see. 

Under  Usher '^     1573         Guy  Houlden. 

Lady  Day. 

During  a  vacancy  "  one  Harrolde.' 

"  Paid  to  one  Harrolde,  under  usshere,  for  three  weeks  teaching  a  little  afore  Brad- 
shawe's  coming  ....  and  so  dismissed." 

Under  U slier       1574         Eobert  Bradshawe. 

"He  had  much  contention  with  Malym  and  Holden." 

Under  Usher       1575         "A  young  man  that  wayted  a  moneth  at 

Powles    School  hoping  to   have  been 
placed  in  Bradshawe's  room." 

Under  Usher       1576         Francis  Richmond. 

He  received  a  free  gift  at  the  Audit  Dinner,  February  4,  1576. 

Uidcr  Usher       1578         George  Knolles. 
Under  Usher       1579         Walter  Da unter. 

He  departed  "  suddenly. "  A  gratuity  was  given  him,  therefore,  by  decree  of  the 
Court  (November  20,  1583). 

*  The  title  of  the  Chaplain  is  changed  to       the  Cathechysmus   and  Ten  C'ommaunde- 
"  the  Under  Ussher,  or  rather  callyd  the       mentes  in  Inglysh." 
teacher  of  the  pettites  or  Accidence  there 


26  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [iS73-8i 


SCHOLARS. 

Thomas  Chaloner, 

Born  1559  ;  removed  from  St.  Paul's  School  to  MagcLalen  College,  Oxford  ;  took  no 
degree  ;  travelled  beyond  the  seas  ;  Knighted  by  King  Henry  IV.  of  France  in 
1591  ;  created  M.A.  at  a  Royal  visit  to  Oxford,  Aug.  30,  1605  ;  Tutor  to  Prince 
Henry,  son  of  James  I.  ;  died  in  1615,  aged  51  (?)  years.  He  is  said  to  have  written 
Pastorall  Poesic,  and  a  translation  of  Ovid's  Epistle  Helen  to  Paris,  but  no  works 
are  extant. 

Martin  Reade, 

Of  Powles  Schole,  receives  money  from  Robert  Nowel's  estate  on  April  8,  1573,  and 
October  5,  1575  (on  going  to  Oxford).  "Coll.  S.  Johis,  Bapt.  1572  (?)  Martinus 
Reade,  Londinensis,  plebeus  an.  17  "  (Matriculations  in  the  University  of  Oxford). 

William  Clark  or  Cierke, 

Of  Powles  School,  recommended  by  Mr.  Malyne,  receives  money  on  June  3  and 
February  20  (on  going  to  Cambridge),  1579,  from  Robert  Nowel's  estate.  Possibly 
this  was  William  Cierke,  Sizar  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  June,  1575  ;  B.A. 
1578-79  ;  soon  afterwards  elected  Fellow;  M.A.  15S2  ;  reputed  author  of  The  Triall 
of  Bastardie,  and  Polimantcia  (A.  C). 

"  Divers  Scholars  of  Powles  Schole  "  received  gratuities.  November 
10,  1576;  and  also  "certain  poor  Scholars  of  Powles"  on 
October  10,  1577. 

John  Medley, 

Son  of  John  M. ,  mercer  (decccn^cd)  ;  (of  Paul's  School)  Exhibitioner,  1574-78  ; 
Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1575-76  ;  M.A.  1579.  He  is  frequently  mentioned 
in  the  Spending  Book  of  Robert  N'owel  as  receiving  Gratuities  in  the  years  1568  (or 
1569),  1573, 1575,  1577,  and  ("against  his  proceeding  Mr.  of  Arte  ")  1579.  He  was 
Surmaster  of  St.  Paul's  School  1578-1580. 

Walter  Nethercote  (Nethercoat), 

(of  Paul's  School)  ;  Exhibitioner,  1574-82  ;  Clare  Hall,  Camb.  B.A.  1577  ;  Surmaster 
of  St.  Paul's  School,  1584-86. 

Anthony  Hickman, 

Fourth  son  of  Anthonv  H.,  of  AVoodford  Hall,  Essex;  Exhibitioner,  1576-84;^ 
Peterhouse  Cambridge  B.A.  1579  ;  M.A.  1583  ;  elected  Fellow  of  Benet,  15S3,  by 
mandate  from  the  Queen.  The  fact  of  his  not  taking  orders  led  to  considerable 
disputes  in  the  College,  which  are  described  at  length  in  Masters'  History  of  the 
College.  In  1593  he  was  created  LL.D.,  and  in  1596  he  was  admitted  Advocate. 
He  died  in  1597,  and  was  buried  at  St   Benet's,  Paul's  Wharf,  London. 

Thomas  Mudd, 

(Of  Powles  School),  Exhibitioner,  1578-84  (at  the  suit  of  Mr.  Nowel,  Dean  of 
Paul's)  ;  Peterhouse  Camb.  B.A.  1580  ;  he  Matriculated  Sizar  of  Caius  Coll.  June, 
1577;  Fellow  of  Pembroke  Hall;  M.A.  1584.  He  was  living  in  1590;  see  Ath. 
Cant.  ii.  99. 

Robert  Bartlett, 

"  Some  time  a  Scholar  brought  up  in  the  Mercers'  Chapelle."  Exhibitioner,  1578-84  ; 
Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1581. 

'^  Cooper  {A.  C.  ii.  p.  232),  says  that  he       whence   al.so   Masters   says    that   he   was 
was  Pensioner  of  St.  John's,  1575,  but  the       elected  to  Benet. 
School  Accounts  say  he  was  of  Peterhouse, 


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1581—1596 
High  Master  JOHN  HARRISON. 

October  8,. 1581. 

Born  in  London  1553,  and  educated  at  Eton,  whence  he  became  Scholar  of  King's 
College,  Cambridge,  1570:  Fellow  1573-79;  B.A.  1574;  M.A.  1578.  He  is 
mentioned  in  the  Spending  Book  of  Robert  Nowel  as  "our  cosyn,"  receiving 
gifts  on  many  occasions.  In  1585  he  was  made  M.A.  of  Oxford.  He  engaged 
in  a  controversy  with  the  Mercers'  Comjjany  on  the  subject  of  his  salary  and 
other  matters  which  led  to  his  leaving  the  school  (see  Fasti,  1595) ;  Cooper 
(A.C.)  states  that  be  died  in  1596. 

Surmaster  1581         Kichakd  Levesey. 

November  17. 

Surmaster  1584         Walter  Nethercoat. 

Lady  Day. 
See  among  the  Exhibitioners  in  Malym's  time  (1573-81). 

Surmaster  158t)        Richard  Smyth. 

Lady  Day. 
See  below  among  the  Scholars. 

Under  Usher  Walter  Daunter  (continued). 

See  before,  1573—1581. 

Under  Usher       1583         George  Shepparde. 

July  3. 
Of  Christ's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1580  ;  in  1583-84  he  received  £.2  towards  his 
commencing  M.A. 

Under  Usher       1588         Wise  (Withes). 

He  died  in  1589,  and  Harrison  was  his  executor  (.\.). 

Uider  Usher       1590        Francis  Herring  (Hearinge). 

Having  taken  part  in  the  controversy  between  Harrison  and  the  Company  (see  Fasti, 
1595),  he  seems  to  have  left  the  School  at  the  same  time  as  Harrison.  He 
received  a  grant  of  £6  13s.  id.  in  1598-99. 


SCHOLARS. 

Richard  Smyth, 

Son  of  William  S.  Exhibitioner  1582,  Magdalen  Coll.  Oxford.  Probably  Sur- 
master of  St.  Paul's  School  from  1586-99,  when  he  was  pensioned,  "  being  fallen  into 
decay  of  his  eyesight  and  impotency. "  He  was  the  Surmaster  who  took  part  in  "  the 
suit  and  controversy  "  between  Harrison  and  the  Mercers.  There  is  a  R.  S.  chorister 
of  Magdalen  ;  matriculated  1581  (i)lebei  fil.)  ;  aged  15  ;  Clerk  at  JIagdalen  1585-89  ; 
B.A.  1584  (B.M.). 

Edward  Sharpe, 

Exhibitioner  1582,  Queens'  Coll.  Ca7nb.  ;  B.A.  15S0. 


28  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1551-96 

Lionel  Holliman  (Holyman), 

Exhibitioner  1583  or  1584.  Trinity  Coll.  Camb. ;  matriculated  1582;  B.A.  1585; 
M.  A.  1589  ;  Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi ;  proceeded  B.D.  and  was  one  of  the  University 
Preachers,  1597  ;  vacated  his  Fellowship  about  1598  (A.  C). 

Willie  Raven, 

"A  poore  scholar,  formerly  of  Powles  Schole,'"  receives  a  benevolence  of  forty 
shillings,  1586. 

John  Boyell  (Boile), 

Exhibitioner   1587,    Benet    Coll.   Camb.     John  Boyle  of  Beuet  took   his  B.A.    in 

1586;  Dean  of  Lichfield,   1610;  D.D.   1614;  Bishop  of   Cork,  1618,  holding  the 

Sees  of  Pioss  and  Cloyne  in  commendam ;  died  July  10,  1620,  aged  57,  and  was 
buried  in  the  church  at  Youghal. 

John  Bolde, 

Exhibitioner  1589,  Magdalen  Coll.  Oxford  ;  Non-Foundationer,  of  Wilts  ;  Matricu- 
lated (min.  fil.)  October  10,  1589,  aged  16  ;  B.A. 

Adam  Cooper  (Cowper), 

Exhibitioner  1589,  Emmanuel  Coll.  Camb. 

Edward  Munnes, 

Exhibitioner  1589,  Peterhouse,  Camb. 

Andrew  Sharpe, 

Exhibitioner  1590,  Clare  Hall,  Camb. 

Francis  Sturtivant, 

Exhibitioner  1591,  Trinity  Coll.  Camb. 

John  Gray, 

Exhibitioner  1591,  Emmanuel  Coll.  Camb. 

Richard  Danser  (Daunser), 

Exhibitioner  1593,  Trinity  Coll.  Camb. 

Roger  Derhame, 

Exhibitioner  1593,  Peterhouse,  Camb.  (Rob.  Derham  of  Peterhouse  takes  his  B.A. 
in  1602.) 

William  Bourne, 

Received  a  gi'ant  of  £2  in  1592  with  a  promise  of  the  next  vacant  Exhibition. 
Exhibitioner  1593,  Christ  Church,  Oxford.  In  1594-95  he  received  £5  to  buy 
books. 

William  Chauntrell, 

Exhibitioner  1595,  Emmanuel  Coll.  Camb. 

John  Preston, 

Peterhouse,  Camb.;  receives  £5  in  1596-97  on  commencing  B.A.;  and  again  in 
1601-2  he  receives  £5  "in  regard  of  his  poverty,"  when  he  is  described  as  M.A.  of 
Magdalen  Coll.  Camb. 


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1596-1608 
High  Master         RICHARD  MULCASTER. 

Awjust  5,  1596. 

Said  to  have  been  Lorn  in  Carlisle  ;  etlucated  at  Eton  whence  he  became  Scholar  of 
King's  College,  Cambridge,  1548  ;  B.A.  1553  ;  Student  of  Christ  Church, 
Oxford,  1555;  M.A.  (Oxon.)  1556;  First  Head  Master  of  Merchant  Taylors' 
School,  1561-86  ;  Vicar  of  Cranbrook,  Kent,  1590-91  ;  Prebendary  of  Yatesbury 
(Sarum),  1594  ;  resigned  the  High  JMastership,  1608,  on  a  jiension  of  £66  13.s.  id. 
a  year,  which  was  paid  till  Lady  Day,  1610-11  ;  Rector  of  Stanford  Rivers,  Essex  ; 
Died  1611,  and  was  buried  at  Stanford  Rivers.  Peter  Mulcaster  received  a 
gratuity  (£3  6s.  8rf.)  April  30,  1628.  Author  of  Positions  respecting  tho  Training 
of  Children,  1561  ;  The  first  part  of  the  Elementary  which  entreateth  chiefly  of 
the  true  writing  of  the  English  tongue,  1592  ;  Catechismus  Paulinus,  written  in 
long  and  short  verse,  1599. 

Snnnastcr  EiCHARD  Smyth  (continued). 

See  under  1581—1596. 

Surmastcr  1599         James  Parker. 

Died  of  the  plague  before  Michaelmas,  1603. 

Surmastcr  1603-04  William  Sound  (Sond  or  Sounds). 

Died  February  21,  1637  {Obituary  of  Rich.  Smyth),  and  was  buried  at  St. 
Augustine's  Church  (Register).  His  widow  Mary  continued  to  receive  an  allow- 
ance until  1659  ;  and  his  daughter,  Sarah  Hide  (widow),  received  grants  in  1671 
and  1672. 

U^idcr  Usher       1597        Christopher  Johnson. 

Lady  Day. 
He  had  previously  taught  the  boys  under  Mulcaster  (see  Fasti,  1595).    He  retired  iu 
1614,  when  he  received  a  pension  at  the  rate  of  £6  13s.  id.  a  year  and  a  grant 
of  forty  shillings. 

SCHOLARS. 
John  Sandsbury, 

Exhibitioner  1596,  St.  John's  College,  Oxford.  He  is  said  to  have  been  educated  at 
^Merchant  Taylors'  School,  and  probably  received  his  Exhibition  on  the  recommen- 
dation of  Mulcaster,  the  new  High  Master.  He  was  elected  to  St.  John's,  1592  ; 
P.. A.  1597  ;  M.A.  1601.  In  1605-6  he  received  a  grant  of  £3  6.9.  Srf.  towards  his 
commencement ;  B.D.  1608.     He  died  in  1610. 

Michael  Boyle  (Boile,  Boyell), 

Son  of  Michael  B.  of  the  parish  of  St.  Mary,  Magd  ,  Milk  St.,  London.  Exhibitioner 
1597,  St.  John's  College,  Oxford.  He  is  also  said  to  have  been  educated  at  Merchant 
Taylors'  School  (see  above).  He  was  elected  to  St.  John's,  1592  ;  B.A.  1597  ;  M.A. 
1601  ;  B.D.  1607  ;  D.D.  1611  ;  Vicar  of  Finden,  Northants,  1610  ;  Dean  of  Lismore, 
1614  ;  Bishop  of  "Waterford  and  Lismore,  1619.  He  was  also  Archdeacon  of  Cork, 
1613,  and  of  Cloyne,  1613  ;  Chancellor  of  Lismore,  1621,  and  Treasurer  of  Water- 
ford,  1621  ;  with  several  other  pieces  of  preferment  in  various  dioceses.  He  died 
1635,  and  was  buried  in  Holy  Trinity  Church,  Waterford  (A.O.). 

Samuel  Browne, 

Exhibitioner  1597.  He  was  bom  near  Shrewsbury,  and  became  a  servitor  at  All 
Souls'  Coll.  Oxford,  1594,  aged  19  ;  B.A.  1601  ;  M.A.  1605  ;  Preacher  at  St.  Mary's, 
Shrewsbury  ;  Died  1632.  Author  of  the  Sum  of  the  Christian  Religion  by  way  of 
Catechism  ;  and  Certain  Prayers,  LoiuloTi,  1630. 


30  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1596-1608 

Richard  Boyle  (Boiell), 

London.  Exhibitioner  1597,  St.  John's  Coll.  Cambridge  ;  incorporated  M.A.  of 
Oxford,  1601  ;  Dean  of  Waterford,  1604  ;  Archdeacon  of  Limerick,  1605  ;  Bishop 
of  Cork,  Cloyne,  and  Eoss,  1620,  when  he  was  allowed  to  hold  all  his  former  bene- 
fices in  comincndam,  except  the  Deanery  of  Waterford  ;  Archbishop  of  Tuam,  1638. 

William  Braddishe, 

Educated  at  Powles  School.  Exhibitioner  1597,  Emmannel  Coll.  Camb.  ;  in  1698-99 
he  received  a  grant  (£3  6s.  9>d.)  "  towards  payment  of  his  debts  owing  to  the  late 
dere  yeres"  (a.);  again  in  1600-1  £5  towards  his  M.A.  ;  and  in  1603-4  £10 
"  towards  payment  of  his  debts." 

Thomas  Martyn, 

Exhibitioner  1598,  Peterhouse,  Cambridge. 

Daniel  Votier, 

Exliibitioner  1598,  Trin.  Coll.  Camb.  (sic)  ;  he  received  £3  6s.  8d.  towarls  B.A.  15 
April,  1602  ;  again  a  grant  towards  his  M.A.  1606,  when  he  is  described  as  of  Trin. 
Coll.  Oxford.  In  1609-10  he  receives  £2  for  his  Sermon  which  he  made  before  the 
Mercers,  and  for  his  charges  in  coming. 

John  Hassall  (Halsall), 

Exhibitioner  1599,  New  Coll.  Oxford  ;  Fellow  of  New,  1594-1603  ;  B.C.L.  ;  created 
D.D.  1625;  Preb.  of  Eccleshall  (Lichfield),  1602;  Dean  of  Norwich,  1628.  He 
died  "in  the  times  of  the  usurpation"  (A. 0.).  The  Count  Palatine  and  the  Lady 
Elizabeth,  his  most  royal  spouse,  were  his  especial  patrons. 

Arthur  Best, 

Exhibitioner  1599,  Pembroke  Hall,  Camb.  ;  B.A.  1602. 

John  Woodford, 

Exhibitioner  1599,  Balliol  Coll.  Oxford. 

George  Walter, 

He  received  a  grant  towards  commencement  (1600-1),  £5. 

Humphrey  Moorer, 

Exhibitioner  1600,  Sidney  Sussex  Coll.  Camb.  ;  in  1605-6  he  received  a  grant 
towards  commencement. 

Thomas  Wilkinson, 

Exhibitioner  1601,  Trin.  Coll.  Camb. ;  B.A.  1605  ;  he  received  in  that  year  a  grant 
towards  commencement,  £5. 

Richard  Pemberton, 

Exhibitioner  1601,  Pembroke  Hall,  Camb.  ;  in  1601  he  received  a  grant  of  twenty 
shillings  at  his  going  to  the  Univer.sity  ;  B.A.  1605  ;  Fellow  1608  ;  a  benefactor  to 
Pembroke  Library. 

William  Hodgin, 

1602-3,  "  For  books  for  W.  H.  a  poore  scholar  in  Ponies  Schole,"  5s.  id. 

Joseph  Wiborne, 

Trin.  Coll.  Camb.  1602 ;  April  15,  a  grant  (£5)  ;  again,  1604-5  a  benevolence  (£5), 
1605-6,  towards  commencement,  £3  6s,  8d. 

Anthony  Flower, 

Exhibitioner  1 602,  Cambridge. 

Deliverance  Wilton, 

Exhibitioner  1604-18,  Demy  of  Magd.  Coll.  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1609  ;  M.A.  (of  Magdalen 
Hall,  which  then  formed  part  of  the  College,  and  where  he  was  probably  a  tutor) 
1612  ;  B.D.  1619  ;  D.D.  1621  ;  Fellow  1610  ;  Praelector  of  Hcb.  1622-24  ;  Bur.sar 
1622  and  1626  ;  resigned  his  Fellowship,  1627.  Author  of  some  lines  in  Luctus 
Posthumtos,  1612-,  &c. 

Alexander  Howe, 

Exhibitioner  1604,  Corpus  Christi  Coll.  Oxford  ;  in  1605-6  he  received  £3  6s,  M. 
towards  commencement  ;  and  on  March  11,  1610,  a  gratuity. 

Richard  Paskall, 

Exhibitioner  1604,  Pembroke  Hall,  Camb. 


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Daniel  Washborne, 

Exhibitioner  1604,  St.  John's  Coll.  Oxford. 

—  Phillips, 

Son  of  John  P.  some  time  a  scholar  in  St.  Paul's  School,  1604-5.  A  payment  is 
made  to  J.  P.  for  his  son's  ijrefeniient  at  the  University,  and  "in  regard  that  he 
missed  the  Comjfany's  nomination  to  St.  Mighel's  in  the  Koyal "  (a.). 

—  Moure, 

Some  time  of  Jesus  College,  Oxford  ;  received  a  grant  towards  commencement,  1604. 

Richard  Culverwell, 

Exhibitioner  1605,  Exeter  Coll.  Oxford. 

Heiiry  Wilkinson, 

E.xhibitioner  1605,  Trin.  Coll.  Camb.  ;  B.A.  1608. 

—  Stockwood, 

1605-6,  "  To  one  Stockwood,  a  poor  scholar  in  Cambridge,  £2  "  (a.). 

Christopher  Hely,  (?) 

1606-7,  grant  of  twenty  shillings,  to  buy  him  books. 
John  Chappell, 

Exhibitioner  1607,  Trin.  Coll.  Camb.  ;  B.A.  1607,  grant  towards  commence- 
ment, £5. 

John  Toose, 

St.  John's  Coll.  Oxford  ;  1606,  June  19,  a  grant  towards  commencement.  Probably 
J.  Towse,  son  of  William  T.  admitted  to  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  March  31,  1600  ; 
elected  to  St.  John's,  1603  ;  M.A.  1611. 

Richard  Worsley, 

Exhibitioner  1607-13,  Magdalen  Coll.  Oxford;  Non-Foundationer;  matriculated 
(plebei  fil.)  July  3,  1607,  aged  18  ;  B.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall)  1610  ;  1637-38,  K.  W. 
"a  poor  Minister,"  has  a  grant  of  £2  (a.). 

John  Goodridge, 

Exhibitioner  1607,  Clare  Hall,  Camb. 
Robert  Smith, 

Exhibitioner  1607,  Emmanuel  Coll.  Camb.  ;  B.A.  1613. 
John  Johnson, 

Exhibitioner  1607-18,  Pembroke  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  1608,  June  24,  twenty  shillings 
were  lent  him  to  buy  books,  and  afterwards  forgiven  him  ;  B.A.  1611  ;  Fellow  1613. 
He  had  the  College  title  for  Orders,  1618.     A  benefactor  to  Pemb.  Library. 

Thomas  Skatlyng  (Scatlin), 

Exhibitioner  1607,  Clare.Hall,  Camb.  ;  B.A.  1609,  when  also  he  receives  a  grant  of 
£1  6s.  8d.  in  regard  of  his  poverty. 

Richard  Baker  (alias  Tomkins), 

Exhibitioner  1609.  On  February  19,  1611,  he  was  paid  £2  "and  his  Exliib.  to 
cease"  (a.). 

Richard  Chappell, 

1608-9,  gi-ant  of  £4  to  K.  C.  a  scholar. 
William  Rippon  (Rippin), 

Exhibitioner  1609,  St.  Join's  Coll.  Oxford.  Said  to  have  been  educated  at  Merchant 
Taylors'  School  ;  elected  to  St.  John's,  1607  ;  B.A.  1611-12  ;  M.A.  1615. 


32  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1608-35 


1608-1635 
High  Master  ALEXANDER  GILL. 

March  10,  1608. 

Born  in  Lincolnsliire  ;  Scholar  of  Corpus  Cliristi  College,  Oxford,  1583  ;  B.A. 
1586  ;  M.A.  1589.  He  was  living  in  Norwich  in  1597.  He  died  November 
17,  1635,  and  was  buried  in  Mercers'  Chapel.  His  widow  Elizabeth  continued 
to  receive  a  pension  till  1647-48,  and  Annah  Banister,  "daughter  of  old  Jlr. 
Gill,"  received  a  grant  in  1665-66,  and  again,  as  a  widow,  in  1672-73.  He 
was  the  author  of  a  Treatise  concerning  the  Trinity  in  Unity  ;  Logonomia  Anglica 
qua  gentis  sernio  facilius  addiscitur,  London,  1621  ;  Sacred  Philosophy  of  Holy 
Scripture  (a  commentary  on  the  Creed),  1635. 

Surmastcr  William  Sound  (continued). 

See  before,  1596—1608. 

Under  Usher  Christopher  Johnson  {continued). 

See  before,  1596—1608. 

Under  Usher       1614         Oliver  Smythe. 

Lady  Bay. 

Under  Usher       1621         Alexander  Gill,  the  Younger. 

Ilichacliiias. 

Succeeded  his  father  as  High  Master.  Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1612, 
which  see. 

Under  Usher       1628         George  Gill. 

3Iichaelmas. 
Afterwards  Surmaster.     Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1615,  which  see. 


SCHOLARS. 

Roger  Davies, 

A  poor  Scholar,  £2  grant,  August  14,  1610. 

Alexander  Gill, 

Son  of  the  High  Master.  Exhibitioner  1612  (aged  15),  of  Woodham  (Wadham) 
College,  Oxford  (one  of  the  first  Bible  Clerks,  admitted  April  20,  1613)  ;  B.A.  1615  ; 
M.A.  (of  Trinity  College,  where  he  had  been  part  of  his  time  as  undergraduate) 
1619;  B.D.  1627  (grant  of  £10);  D.D.  1636.  At  Michaelmas  1621,  he  became 
Under  Usher  of  St.  Paul's  School,  which  post  he  held  till  Michaelmas  1628  :  in  which 
year  he  was  involved  in  considerable  trouble  for  reckless  expressions  regarding  the 
King  and  the  Duke  of  Buckingham  (see  A.O.  1628),  being  condemned  to  degradation 
and  severe  punishment  by  the  Star  Chamber.  In  1631  he  received  a  gratuity  of  £5, 
and  1633  £10,  and  again  in  1634.  He  was  elected  High  Master  November  18,  1635, 
on  the  day  after  his  father's  death  :  but  was  removed  from  his  post  for  excessive 
severity  in  1640,  with  a  pension  of  £25  per  annum,  which  ceased  at  his  death  in 
1642.  He  was  author  of  Arithmcticoruiii  'Avd/j.^'-qa-is,  Panthea,  A  Song  of  Victory 
upon  the  proceedings  and  succrss  of  the  Wars  undertaken  by  the  most  puissant  King  of 
Sweden,  London,  1632,  'EipripuKov,  Udp^pya,  and  some  MSS.  verses. 


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Bartilmew  Kempe, 

Exliibitionei-  1612,  Pembroke  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1616. 

Barten  Hollidaie  (Holyday), 

Son  of  Thomas  H.  of  Oxford.  Exhibitioner  1612,  Christ  Church,  Oxford  (where  he 
is  said  to  have  been  a  choir-boy)  ;  Student  of  Christ  Church  ;  B.A.  1615.  He  was  a 
famous  preacher  and  chaijlain  to  Charles  I.  ;  Archdeacon  of  Oxford,  1626  ;  created 
D.D.  1642.  He  died  in  1661,  and  was  buried  in  Christ  Church  Cathedral. 
Translator  of  Persius,  Juvenal,  and  Horace. 

Thomas  Hill, 

Exhibitioner  (for  seven  years)  1613,  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  but  he  does  not  appear 
to  have  drawn  his  Exhibition  after  1616. 

John  Eeade, 

Exhibitioner  1613-18. 

William  Cogram, 

Exhibitioner  1613-21,  New  College,  Oxford.  Son  of  Oliver  C,  who  receives  a 
grant  in  1613  towards  placing  his  son  at  the  University.  He  appears  to  have  died 
at  College,  as  on  August  17,  1621,  Oliver  C.  receives  a  grant  of  50s.  "  towards  the 
huriall  of  his  son." 

Thomas  Jackson, 

Exliibitioner  1614-21,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1619. 

Nicholas  Padmore, 

Exhibitioner  1614-23,  Benet  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1617  ;  M.A.  1621. 

John  Garfield, 

Exhibitioner  1614-23,  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1618. 

George  Gill, 

Exhibitioner  1615-26,  Trinity  College,  Oxford  ;  M.A.  1623  (when  he  received  a 
grant  of  £10)  ;  Under  Usher  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1628-37  ;  Surmaster  1637-40. 
He  died  before  Lady  Day,  1639-40,  and  his  widow  received  a  pension  which  was 
continued  after  her  second  marriage  to  one  Merry,  by  whom  she  was  again  left  a 
widow  in  1647. 

Godfrey  Petley, 

Exhibitioner '1616-19. 

Thomas  Bunbury, 

Exhibitioner  1617-27,  Balliol  College,  Oxford;  D.D.  1645;  Vicar  of  St.  Mary, 
Reading  ;  suffered  for  the  Royal  cause. 

John  Hodgett, 

Exhibitioner  1617-27,  Exeter  College,  Oxford  ;  grant  towards  commencing  M.A. 
(October  1,  1621)  £4. 

John  Shilton  (^Shelton), 

Exhibitioner  1617-24,  Pembroke  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1621. 

Richard  Jaggard  (Jagger), 

Possibly  son  of  William  J.,  printer.  Exhibitioner  1617-26,  Magdalen  College, 
Oxford:  possibly  identical  with  Richard  Taggart,  chorister  of  Magdalen  1616  (17) 
Matriculated  (plebei  fil)  1621  ;  B.A.  (Magdalen  Hall)  1623. 

Ralph  Rotheram, 

Exhibitioner  1618-28,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1622,  grant  of  £5 
(?  towards  M.A.)  1628. 

William  Grave, 

Exhibitioner  1618-28,  Pembroke  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1622. 

Robert  Butterfield, 

Exhibitioner  1618-24,  Trinity  College,  Oxford.  He  appears  to  have  published  a 
defence  of  Bishop  Hall  against  H.  Bui'ton,  in  conjunction  with  H.  Cholmely. 

Henry  ffrauncis, 

Exhibitioner  1619-25,  Pembroke  Hal],  Cambridge;  B.A.  1623.  He  received  a 
gratuity  of  £5  for  his  riding  charges,  February  18,  1623. 

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34  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1608-35 

John  Mathewe, 

Apparently  son  of  John  M.,  the  Porter,  who  receives  a  grant,  1619-20,  "  a  gratuity 
given  to  his  sou  toward  apparelling  him  to  the  University,  £5."  Exhibitioner 
1620-26,  Pembroke  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1623. 

Richard  Tedder, 

Exhibitioner  1621-27,  Jesus  College,  Cambridge.  (There  is  a  Kichard  Futter  of 
Jesus,  B.A.  1626,  in  the  Cole  MS.  List  of  B.A.'s.) 

Thomas  Heath, 

Exhibitioner  1621-29,  Lincoln  College,  Oxford.  T.  H.  of  All  Souls'  is  B.C.L.  1631, 
and  of  Merton,  D.C.L.  1634. 

Nathaniel  Gill, 

Exhibitioner  1621-32,  Trinity  College,  Oxford.  He  received  a  gratuity  of  £10,  April 
20,  1632,  again  of  £5  in  1639-40,  and  of  £5,  June  27,  1656. 

Edward  Lane, 

St.  John's  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  (probably)  1625;  M.A.  ;  Vicar  of  North 
Stredbury  in  Essex,  1630  ;  Vicar  of  Spersholt.  Author  of  Look  unto  Jesiis,  1663, 
Mercy  Triumphant,  1680. 

Charles  Diodati  (Deodatus), 

Son  of  Theodore  D.,  Doctor  of  Medicine.  Proceeded  from  St.  Paul's  School  to 
Trinity  College,  Oxford,  in  1621-22  ;  left  College  as  MA.  1628  ;  practised  physic 
in  Cheshire  ;  died  1638.  To  him  are  addressed  two  of  Milton's  Latin  letters — the 
first  and  sixth  Elegies  and  the  fourth  Sonnet.  In  the  Introduction  to  the  Epitaphium 
Damonis  he  is  described  as  "ingenio,  doctrina  cfeterisque  clarissimis  virtutibua 
juvenis  egregius." 

Richard  Turk, 

Exhibitioner  1622-32,  Magdalen  College,  Oxford  ;  afterwards  (1628)  of  St.  Edmund 
Hall  ;  B.A.  1626. 

John  Eicketts, 

Exhibitioner  1622  -32,  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  subsequently  of  Jesus  College ; 
B.A.  1625  ;  receives  a  grant  towards  M.A.  May  13, 1629  ;  and  on  February  28,  1633, 
he  receives  a  benevolence  of  £3  6s.  8rf.  "  to  fit  him  to  provide  himself  for  a  small 
benefice  lately  bestowed  upon  him." 

Thomas  Horton, 

Exhibitioner  1623-33,  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1625  ;  he  receives  a 
grant  towards  M.A.  1629-30,  and  in  1633-34  a  gratuity  of  £10. 

Nathaniel  Harwood, 

Exhibitioner  1623-32,  Queens'  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1627  ;  he  receives  a  grant 
towards  M.A.  1630-31.  The  first  two  quarters  of  his  Exhibition  were  paid  by  Sir 
Baptist  Hicks  (founder  of  the  Campden  Exhibitions),  and  were  repaid  to  him  by  the 
Company,  1624-25  (a). 

William  Burton, 

Exhibitioner  1624-32,  Queen's  College,  Oxford.  Migrated  to  Gloucester  Hall  1629, 
where  he  was  Greek  lecturer  ;  B.C.L.  1630,  when  he  received  a  gi-ant  of  £6  13s.  4(i. 
On  February  16, 1642,  he  received  a  present  of  £6  13s.  4:d.  in  lieu  of  a  book  which  he 
presented  to  the  Company.  Head  Master  of  the  Grammar  School,  Kingston-upon- 
Thames  ;  died  1657.  Author  of  Gracce  linquce  Historia,  Veteri3  linguce  Persicm 
Historia,  Annotations  on  the  First  Epistle  of  Clement  the  Apostle  tu  the  Corinthians, 
1647,  A  Commentary  on  Antoninus,  his  Itinerary  of  the  Eoman  Empire,  so  far  as  it 
concerncth  Britain,  published  after  his  death,  1658  ;  he  also  translated  The  Beloved 
City  of  Alstedius. 

Robert  Pory, 

Son  of  Robert  P.  ;  admitted  Pensioner  of  Christ's  College,  1624-25;  B.A.  1628; 
S.T.P.  (by  the  King's  Mandate  "for  his  particular  and  eminent  sufferings  for  Our 
self  and  the  Church")  1660;  Rector  of  St.  Margaret's,  New  Fish  Street,  London, 
and  of  Thorley,  Herts,  1640  :  from  which  he  was  driven  during  the  rebellion,  but 
was  restored  in  1660  ;  resigned  them  the  same  j'ear  when  he  became  Archdeacon  of 
Middlesex,  Rector  of  St.  Botolph,  Bishopsgate,  and  Prebendary  of  Willesden  in 
St.  Paul's  Cathedral  ;  Chaplain  to  Bishop  Juxon  ;  resigned  St.  Botolph's  in  1662, 
and  became  Rector  of  Much  Hadham,  Herts  ;  was  incorporated  D.D.  of  Oxford, 
1663  ;  died  1669  (November  28,  1668,  in  the  Obituary  of  Eichard  Smith). 


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i6o8-3s]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  35 

JOHN  MILTON, 

Son  of  John  M.,  scrivener  ;  born  1608  ;  entered  St.  Paul's  School  probably  in  1620 
(see  Masson)  ;  Pensioner  of  Christ's  College,  Cambridge,  February  12,  1624-25  ;  B.  A. 
1628.  In  1629  he  wrote  his  Nativity  Ode;  M.A.  1632.  In  1634  Goimis  was  acted 
at  Ludlow,  before  which  he  had  written  L' Allegro,  II  Penscroso,  and  Arcades ; 
incorporated  M.  A.  of  Oxford,  1635  ;  Zj/ciVte  was  written  in  1637,  and  the  Epitaplmim 
Damonis  (on  the  death  of  Charles  Diodati)  in  1639.  From  1640  to  1660  he  published 
numerous  Treatises  on  religious  and  political  subjects,  including  the  Areopagitica 
(1644),  a  speech  for  the  liberty  of  unlicensed  printing,  the  tractate  "of  Education  " 
(1644),  and  Defemio pro  poptoloAnglicano,  1651.  From  1648  to  1659  he  was  Secretary 
for  Foreign  Tongues  to  the  Council  of  State,  but  on  the  Restoration  he  withdrew  into 
private  life.  The  first  edition  of  PARADISE  LOST  appeared  in  1667,  and  the 
second  in  1674.  In  1669  he  published  The  History  of  England,  and  in  1671  Samson 
Agonvites  and  Paradise  Regained.  He  died  November  8  (November  15  in  the 
Obituary  of  Richard  Smith),  1674,  and  was  buried  on  the  12th  in  St.  Giles', 
Cripplegate. 

Colonel  Duncombe, 

"  Often  Dr.  Gill  whipped  Duncombe,  who  was  afterwards  a  Colonel  of  Dragoons  at 
Edgehill  fight." — MS.  of  Aubrey,  quoted  in  Masson's  Milton. 

Nicholas  Woollaston, 

"  The  poore  schollar  that  sweepeth  Paul's  School"^  for  |  year  wages  (1624-25)  20.'!. 

John  Slater, 

Exhibitioner  1625-33,  Keyes  {i.e.  Caius)  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (of  Pembroke 
Hall)  1628,  when  he  receives  a  grant,  as  also  towards  his  M.A.  in  1631-32. 

Henry  Meryell  (Myriell), 

Son  of  Alice  Merial  {sic),  widow.  Exhibitioner  1625-35,  Benet  College,  Cambridge; 
B.A.  1629,  when  he  receives  a  grant,  as  also  towards  his  M.A.  1632-33.  In  1640-41 
he  presented  the  Assistants  with  books,  and  received  £13  6s.  8(i.  ;  was  incorporated 
B.D.  of  Oxford,  1642  ;  died  1643,  aged  33,  and  was  buried  in  All  Saints'  Church, 
Oxford.  He  edited  (probably  in  1641)  Daily  Devotions  ;  or  the  Christian's  Morning 
and  Evening  Sacrifice  ;  a  popular  collection  of  prayers  and  meditatoins  commonly 
attributed  to  Colet  (but  see  Lupton's  Colet  on  the  Sacraments),  a  memoir  of  whom 
by  Thomas  Fuller  is  prefixed  to  the  work. 

Augustine  Harwood, 

Exhibitioner  1627-29,  Queens'  College,  Cambridge. 

William  Chambers, 

"A  student  in  the  University  and  formerly  scholar,"  June  25,  1627,  £5  (a). 

Thomas  Skynner, 

Exhibitioner  1627-30,  Christ  Church,  Oxford.  T.  S.  of  St.  John's  was  created 
M.D.  1672. 

Eoger  Ashton, 

Exhibitioner  1627-37,  Pembroke  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1631,  when  he  received  a 
gi-ant ;  Fellow  1634  ;  ejected  1644,  but  restored  in  1660  ;  D.D.  1663  ;  Vicar  of  St. 
Andrew's  in  Plymouth,  Prebendary  of  Exeter  Cathedral.  A  benefactor  of  Pembroke 
Library. 

George  Harris, 

"  A  poor  scholler  in  Cambridge,  some  time  of  this  School,  towards  his  commencement 
£5,"  1627-28  (a).  G.  H.  of  Pembroke  Hall,  Cambridge,  takes  his  B.A.  1627. 
Probably  the  G.  H.  who  was  Under  Usher  of'  St.  Paul's  School  1641-47.  He  was 
dismissed  on  April  9,  1647,  "in  regard  that  he  deserted  the  Scheie  of  his  own 
accord  "  (m). 

^  See   Colet's   Statutes   (Appendix   B.),  harder  work,  after  paying  whom  he  kept 

under  the  heading  "The  Children."     This  the  rest  of  the  stipend  for  himself.     I  am 

is  the  first  record  that  I  have  found  con-  inclined  to   think  that   the  Poor  Scholar 

ceming  the  Porter  or  Poor  Scholar.     The  acted  as  librarian,   and  that  this  was  the 

post  continued  to  be  held  by  one  of  the  origin  of  Ihe  annual  grant  of  £30  to  the 

boys  through  the  century  ;  it  was  generally  Captain  of  the  School  for  acting  as  librarian, 

held  for  one  year,  sometimes  longer.     He  which  continued  till  1876.  (See  Note  under 

was  allowed  to  employ  a  deputy  for  the  S.  Johnson,  Exhibitioner,  1064.) 

D  2 


36  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1608-35 

Charles  Gataker  (Gatacre), 

Sou  of  Thomas  G.  Entered  Sidney-Susses  College,  Cambridge  (at  the  age  of  16) ; 
B.A.  1632  ;  removed  to  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ;  admitted  M.A.  1636  ;  said  to 
have  been  Chaplain  to  Lucius  Cary,  Viscount  Falkland  ;  Rector  of  Hoggeston, 
Bucks,  1647,  where  he  died  in  1680,  aged  67.  Author  of  The  Way  of  Truth  and 
Peace,  1670,  The  Papists'  Bait,  1674,  Examination  of  the  Case  of  the  Quakers,  1675, 
Ichnogra'phia  Dodrince  do  Justificatione,  1681. 

Stephen  Jones, 

1628,  August  8,  "  a  poor  Scholar  of  Paul's  School,  a  gratuity  of  £5  "  (a). 

William  Griffith, 

"Poore  Scholar"  1626-30  ;  Exhibitioner  1629-33,  Gloucester  Hall,  Oxford. 

John  Callis, 

On  February  17,  1629,  the  complaint  of  a  scholar  (J.  C.)  against  Mr.  A.  Gill  was 
brought  before  the  Court  of  Assistants  (m)  ;  Exhibitioner  1629-34,  Emmanuel 
College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1633,  when  he  receives  a  grant. 

Rowland  Nichols, 

Exhibitioner  1629-39,  Queen's  College,  Oxford  ;  he  receives  a  gratuity  of  £2  in 
1639-40  ;  R.  N.  (of  Magdalen  College)  became  B.D.  1646,  and  was  subsequently 
Chancellor  of  Carlisle. 

Edward  Powell, 

Exhibitioner  1629-36,  Balliol  College,  Oxford  ;  he  receives  a  grant  towards  his  B.A. 
in  1632-33,  and  towards  his  M  A.  in  1636-37.  He  was  Under  Usher  of  St.  Paul's 
School  1640-41,  and  Surmaster  1641  to  Lady  Day  1646-47,  when  he  resigned.  On 
October  26,  1643,  Mary  Powell,  wife  of  the  Schoolmaster  of  St.  Paul's  School, 
applied  for  a  pass  into  Berkshire  and  back. 

Edward  Lightborne, 

Exhibitioner  1630-37,  Clare  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1635.  In  1637  he  is  described 
as  of  Queen's  College,  Oxford. 

John  Man, 

"  Poore  Scholar,"  1629-30,  Exhibitioner  1630-37,  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge ; 
B.A.  1634. 

Thomas  Barnard, 

"1630,  May  12,  T.  B.,  a  poor  scholar  of  St.  Paul's  School,  a  gratuity  of  £5  "  (a). 
"John  Barnard  of  Christ's  College,  Cambridge,  takes  his  B.A.  1630. 

John  Poole, 

1630,  February  1,  a  scholar  in  Cambridge,  towards  his  M.A.  £10.  John  Powle  of 
Benet  College  "takes  his  B.A.  1626. 

Bartholomew  Barnes  (Baron), 

Some  time  a  scholar,  towards  bis  M.A.  £10,  1630-31  ;  Under  Usher  of  St.  Paul's 
School,  1638-40.  He  is  mentioned  as  interfering  to  rescue  John  Bennett  from 
Dr.  Gill's  violence. 

John  Smithson, 

Exhibitioner  1631-37,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1636.  On  April  11, 
1638,  John  Smith  (?  Smithson)  received  £5  towards  his  M.A. 

Samuel  Garrard, 

Exhibitioner  1631-41,  Pembroke  Hall,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1635.  In  1638  39  he 
receives  a  gratuity  of  £3  6s.  8fZ. 

James  Withers, 

Exhibitioner  1632-39,  Balliol  College,  Oxford  ;  he  received  a  gi-atuity  (February  7, 
1631)  of  £5,  in  1636  £5  towards  his  B.A.  ;  he  died  at  Oxford  in  1639,  and  his 
mother,  Anne  Withers,  received  a  gratuity  towards  the  charges  of  burying  him. 

George  Lawrence, 

Exhibitioner  1632-40,  New  Inn  Hall,  Oxford.  In  1632-33  he  received  a  gratuity 
of  £4  to  buy  books,  and  two  gratuities  in  1638-39  ;  M.A    1639. 

Nathaniel  Culverwell, 

Exhibitioner  1632-42,  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1636. 


r6o8-35]  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  .  37 

Charles  Scarborough, 

Exhibitioner  1632-42,  Goiiville  and  Gains  College,  Cambridge  ("an  ingeniose  young 
student,"  Auhrnfs  Letters)  ;  B.A.  1636  ;  M.A.  1640  ;  Fellow  ;  incorijorated  M.D. 
of  Merton  College,  Oxford,  1646,  and  began  to  practise  in  London  ;  became  principal 
physician  to  Charles  IL  in  1669,  and  was  knighted.  He  continued  physician  to 
James  H.  and  William  III.,  dying  in  1693,  aged  79.  He  lectured  for  sixteen  years 
at  Surgeon's  Hall  on  the  Muscles  of  the  Human  Body,  and  was  characterised  as  "a 
learned  and  incomparable  Anatomist  "  {Pcpys).  He  was  the  author  of  Syllabus  Mus- 
culorum, and  a  Treatise  on  Trigonometry,  and  is  said  to  have  methodised  Lily's 
Grammar  (Fuller's  TVorthies).  He  was  a  benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library 
in  1674  and  1675. 

Christopher  Milton, 

Brother  of  John  M.  ;  born  1615  ;  took  the  Royalist  side,  and  was  fined  £200  for 
serving  as  Commissioner  of  Sequestrations  for  the  king  ;  resided  in  Exeter  during 
the  siege,  1646  ;  bencher  of  the  Inner  Temple  ;  Serjeant-at-Law,  April  21,  1686  ; 
Baron  of  the  Exchequer,  April  24,  1686  ;  knighted  by  James  II.  ;  Chief  Justice  of 
Common  Pleas,  April  18,  1687  ;  dismissed  July  3,  1688.  He  was  suspected  of 
leaning  to  the  Church  of  Rome.  He  died  at  Rushmore,  near  Ipswich,  and  was 
buried  in  the  Church  of  St.  Nicholas,  Ipswich,  1692-93,  of  which  town  he  had 
been  nominated  deputy-recorder  by  Charles  II. 

Samuel  Cheney, 

Exhibitioner  1633-39,  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1637  (when  he  received 
a  grant).     He  received  £5  in  1640-41. 

Robert  Ellyson, 

Exhibitioner  1633-36,  St.  John's  College,  Oxford. 

Richard  Shalmer, 

He  receives  a  benevolence  (£8  6s.  %d.)  in  1632-33. 

William  Blackmore  (Blackamore), 

Exhibitioner  1634-43,  Lincoln  College,  Oxford.  In  1634-35  he  receives  a  benevo- 
lence (£3  6s.  M.),  in  1638-39 '(probably  for  his  B.A.)  £5,  and  in  1640-41  (probably 
for  his  M.A.)  £6  13s.  U. 

Samuel  Swan,^ 

Campdeu  Exhibitioner,  1634,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 

Richard  Culverwell,^ 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1634,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1638. 

Samuell  Anthony, 

Son  of  John  A.,  Medical  Professor  of  London  ;  born  at  Ipswich  ;  entered  St.  John's 
College,  Cambridge,  1634,  aged  about  16,  after  five  years  at  St.  Paul's  School  ; 
B.A.  1638. 

^  These  appear  to  have  been  the  first  to  advance  the  necessary  funds  until  the 
Exhibitioners  elected  under  Lord  Camp-  money  came  in  from  the  property  be- 
den's  bequest.     The  Company  undertook       queathed  for  the  Foundation. 


38  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1635-40 


1635-1640 
High  Master  ALEXANDER  GILL. 

November  18,  1635. 

Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School  1612,  which  see.  In  1639  a  complaint  was  made 
against  him  for  violence  and  excessive  severity  towards  a  boy  named  Bennett : 
and  he  received  a  warning  that  he  would  not  be  re-elected  at  the  annual 
re-election  of  masters  in  1640.  He  seems  to  have  given  the  Court  some 
trouble,  as  there  is  an  item  of  £13  Is.  l\cl.  in  the  accounts,  "charges  for  displacing 
Dr.  Gill :  "  and  further  in  the  accounts  for  1639-40  he  is  paid  only  the  stipend 
allowed  by  the  founder,  all  extra  payments  and  gratuities  being  stopped. 
However,  on  February  22,  1640,  he  was  granted  an  allowance  of  £25,  annually 
renewable  :  and  in  the  course  of  the  year  received  £50  in  full  of  all  demands. 
He  only  lived  to  draw  his  allowance  for  a  year  and  a  half. 

Sitrmaster  William  Sound  (continued). 

See  before,  1596—1608. 

Surmaster  1637         George  Gill. 

March  3. 
Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1615,  which  see. 

Surmaster  1639-40  John  Baldwin. 

Lady  Day. 

A  John  Baldwin  was  created  B.C.L.  of  Oxford,  1643,  "for  his  loyalty  and  faithful 
service  to  his  Majesty,"  though  it  does  not  appear  that  he  had  been  educated  at 
any  university  (A.O.). 

vtler  Usher}  ^^^^^^  ^^^^  (continued). 

Chapleynor  }      ^^gg        Bartholomew  Baron. 
Under  Usher  J 

Alias  Barnes,  see  Scholars  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1630 — 31, 

?J''fTr  \     1640        Edward  Powell. 
Under  Usher  ) 

Midsummer. 
Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1629,  which  see. 


1635-40]  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  39 


SCHOLARS. 

Thomas  Johnson, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1635-43, ^  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1639,  when  he 
receives  a  grant  of  £5,  which  is  repeated  in  1642-43. 

Samuel  Crosse, 

Son  of  Robert  C,  gentleman  of  London,  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1635-42,  entered 
St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  after  three  years  at  St.  Paul's  School,  March  13, 
1635,  aged  16. 

Richard  Pye, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1635,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1639.  He  receives 
a  grant  of  £8  in  1641-42. 

Richard  Glover, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1635,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 

Daniel  Barnes, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1635,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge.  He  receives  a  present 
of  £4  in  1640-41. 

Daniel  Latham, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1639,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1640. 

George  Ricketts, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1637-43,  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1640,  when  he 
receives  a  grant  of  £4. 

Thankfull  Owen, 

Son  of  Philip  0.  of  Taplow.  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1637-50,  Exeter  College, 
Oxford ;  B.A.  1639  ;  Fellow  of  Lincoln,  1642  ;  M.A.  1646.  He  receives  grants 
of  £5  in  1642,  and  £6  13,s.  4d.  in  1645.  In  1650  he  was  Proctor,  and  also  became 
President  of  St.  John's  College,  Oxford,  but  was  ejected  in  1660.  He  was  a  celebrated 
supporter  of  the  Independent  Cause  ;  he  died  in  Hatton  Garden  in  1681,  and  was 
buried  in  Bunhill  Fields.  He  is  otherwise  known  by  the  L»tinized  form  of  his 
name.  Gracious  Owen, 

Anthony  Cherry, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1637-43,  Queen's  College,  Oxford. 

William  Hippesley, 

"Poor  Scholar,"  1636-37  (for  a  year  and  a  half),  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1637-42, 
Trinity  College,  Oxford,  whence  he  migrated  to  Gloucester  Hall,  1641.  He  receives 
a  gratuity  of  £5  to  buy  books  in  1636-37,  and  again  £6  13s.  Ad.  in  1641-42. 

John  Cox, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1637-43,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1641. 

John  Amery, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1639-41,  Pembroke  Hall,  Cambridge. 

John  Bennett, 

"  Poor  Scholar,"  1637-38  (three-quarters  of  a  year),  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1639-43, 
Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  It  was  for  violent  treatment  of  this  boy,  that  Dr. 
Gill  was  eventually  "displaced."  He  and  his  brother  were  expelled  by  the  High 
Master  but  readmitted  February  18,  1639. 

^  With  regard  to   these  and    the   sue-  February  7th,  1643,  the  Court  postponed 

ceeding  Exhibitioners,  it  must  be  remem-  the   question    of   Exhibitions  till   "when 

bered  that  hardly  any  payments  were  made  it    shall    please    God   the   time   be    more 

between  1643  and  1647.     There  are  a  few  settled."  (m.)     See  Fasti,  under  date, 
in  1644  and  1646,  but  none  in  1645.     On 


40 


SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL. 


[1635-40 


Thomas  Smith, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1639-43,  he  was  restored  to  his  Exhibition,  March  23,  1646, 
and  it  continued  till  1652,  Christ's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1643  ;  M.A.  1660  ; 
University  Librarian,  1659-61.  He  receives  a  grant  of  £6  13s.  4tZ.  in  1646-47, 
of  A' 5  on  February  4,  1652,  and  again  of  £5  on  October  5,  1653  ;  died  September 
27,  1661  ;  Author  of  a  translation  of  Dean  Colet's  Sermon  before  Convocation;  also 
of  a  Life  of  Dean  Gold,  translated  from  Erasmus'  account  of  him  ;  he  alsa 
translated  Dalleus  dc  usu  Patrum. 

Thomas  Arris, 

Son  of-  Edward  A.,  surgeon,  born  in  Smithfield ;  entered  St.  John's  College, 
Cambridge,  June  29,  1639  (aged  17) ;  B.A.  1642. 

John  Hurt, 

Son  of  W.  Hurte  (sic),  merchant,  born  in  London  ;  entered  St.  John's  College, 
Cambridge,  July  4,  1640  (aged  18),  after  seven  years  at  St.  Paul's  School.  He 
petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  February  4,  1639,  but  was  refused. 

William  Hunter, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  February  4,  1639,  but  was  refused. 

William  Thomas, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1639-52,  Wadham  College,  Oxford.  He  receives  a  gratuity 
(£6  13s.  id.)  in  1646  ;  W.  T.  (of  Trinity  College,  Oxford)  took  his  M.D.  1645. 

Alexander  Smith, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1639-47,  Balliol  College,  Oxford.  He  receives  a  gratuity 
(£6  13s.  id.)  in  1646,  and  again  (£5)  in  1648. 

Alexander  Kersley, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1639-47,  BalHol  College,  Oxford.  He  receives  a  gratuity 
(£6  13s.  4(1)  in  1646. 

Hurafry  Drake, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1640-49,  Wadham  College,  Oxford.  He  receives  a  gratuity 
(£6  13s.  4(/.)  in  1646,  and  again  (£4)  in  1647-48. 


1640-57]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  41 


1640—1657 
High  Master  JOHN  LANGLEY, 

January  7. 

Born  near  Banbury.  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford,  B.A.  1616  ;  M.A.  1619  ;  became 
Master  of  the  College  School  at  Gloucester,  and  Prebendary  of  the  Cathedral, 
where  he  remained  twenty  years  ;  when  he  was  elected  High  Master  Mr.  Lloyd 
and  Mr.  Minors  were  disappointed  suitors  and  received  a  present  of  £4.  Dr. 
Gill,  the  displaced  High  Master,  also  received  a  few  votes.  He  was  one  of  the 
witnesses  against  Archbishop  Laud  at  his  trial.  He  was  appointed  one  of 
the  censors  of  the  Press  under  the  Act  of  1643.  He  died  September  13,  1657, 
and  was  buried  in  Mercers'  Chapel.  His  funeral  sermon  was  preached  by 
Dr.  Edward  Reynolds  (afterwards  Bishop  of  Norwich)  who  says  that  he  was 
"a  great  Antiquary,"  "a  most  judicious  Divine,"  "  Pausanias  was  not  more 
learned  in  the  description  of  Greece  than  he  of  England,"  "it  might  be  said  of 
him  'doctum  in  hoc  uno  crederes  quodcunque  diceret.' "  He  recommended 
his  successor  (Mr.  Crumlum)  on  his  death-bed.  Author  of  Totius  Rhetoricw 
adumhratio  in  usum  Schol.  Paul.  1644  ;  Introdxietion  of  Grammar ;  and  a 
translation  of  Polidwe  Vergil  de  rerum  inventorihus,  1663  (but  this  latter  is 
attributed  also  to  Thomas  Langley). 

Stcrmaster  1640        John  Baldwin  (continued). 

See  before,  1635—1640. 

Surmastcr  1641         Edward  Powell. 

Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School  1629,  which  see. 

Simnaster  1646-47  Samuel  Crumlum. 

Lady  Day. 
Subsequently  High  Master  1657—1672,  which  see. 

Surmaster  1651         William  Cox. 

But  in  the  Accounts  1657  he  is  called  John  Cox. 

U'lider  Usher  \    ^^^^        Edward  Powell  (continued), 
or  Chaplin  j  ^  ' 

Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School  1629,  which  see. 

Under  Usher 


>■  1641        George  Harris. 


or  Chaplin 

Scholar  of  St.  Paul's  School  1627,  which  see 


l^?^*'l  1647        John  Mason. 
m    j 


Under  Usher 
or  Chccplir 

Midsummer. 

He  continued  Under  Usher  till  1675,  when  he  retired  on  a  pension  of  £20  a  year. 
He  appears  to  have  been  in  continual  distress  for  money,  frequently  receiving 
extra  grants  "  for  his  gi'eat  charge  "  :  in  1654,  for  the  sickness  of  his  wife  ;  for 
himself  and  his  wife  much  afflicted  with  sickness  (1656  and  1657) ;  for  the 
loss  sustained  by  him  by  thieves  (1657)  ;  but  he  appears  to  have  given  gi-eat 
satisfaction,  frequently  receiving  rewards  for  his  great  pains,  especially  in  1657, 
during  the  vacancy  of  the  High  Mastership,  and  in  1672,  during  the  long  illness 
of  Mr.  Bull,  and  at  Mr.  Crumlum's  death. 


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SCHOLARS. 
Raph  Ash, 

Poor  Scholar,  1640-41. 

Matthew  Hunter, 

Pauline  Exliibitioner,  1641-52,  Queen's  College,  Oxford  ;  lie  received  £5  in  1640-41, 
£6  13s.  id.  in  1646,  £3  in  1647-48,  and  £5  in  1653. 

Edmund  Man, 

Pauline  Exliibitioner,  1641-43,  Wadham  College,  Oxford. 

John  Higgins, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1641-47,  Peterhouse,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1645.  He  received 
a  grant  of  £5  in  1641-42,  £5  in  1646,  and  in  the  same  year  £6  13s.  id.  In  1647 
the  Coui-t  ordered  inquiiies  to  be  made  about  him. 

—  Parsons, 

On  February  7,  1642,  at  the  request  of  the  High  Master  this  boy  was  removed  from 
the  School  because  he  was  troubled  with  the  falling  sickness. 

Christopher  Hill, 

Received  a  grant  of  £3  in  1641-42, 

Thomas  Jessop, 

Son  of  Thomas  J.  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1642  and  1646-50,  Emmanuel  College, 
Cambridge;  B.A.  (of  Peterhouse)  1646,  when  he  receives  grants  of  £5  and 
£6  13s.  id. 

Toby  (Thomas)  Harvest, 

Son  of  Toby  H.  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  May  16,  1643  ;  he  was  re-elected  to  his 
Exliibition  March  23,  1646,  and  continued  till  1648  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge, 
B.A.  1646  (as  Tobit  Harvest). 

James  Valentine, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1642,  1643,  and  1644,  but  the  Court  were  unable  to 
give  it  for  want  of  funds,  but  made  him  a  grant  in  the  last  year  ;  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge,  B.A.  1648. 

Thomas  Hearne, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1643,  but  the  Court  were  unable  to  grant  it. 

Michael  lies, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1643,  but  the  Court  were  unable  to  grant  it ;  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1648. 

Peter  Smith, 

Poor  Scholar,  1640-44. 

Vincent  Byfield, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1644,  but  was  refused  for  want  of  funds. 

Joseph  Sedgewick, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1644,  but  was  only  granted  a  benevolence.  He 
went  to  St.  Catharine's  Hall,  Cambridge,  and  petitioned  again  in  1648,  when  he 
received  a  grant  of  £4  ;  B.A.  1648. 

Nathaniel  Sterry, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1644,  but  was  refused  for  want  of  funds  ;  Emmanuel 
College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1648. 

Francis  Quinton, 

Poor  Scholar,  1644. 

Robert  Hearne, 

Received  a  grant  of  £5,  November  1,  1645. 


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Peter  Pett, 

Son  of  Peter  P.  of  Deptford,  Master  Shipbuilder  to  the  King.  Entered  Sidney- 
Sussex  College,  Cambridge,  1645  ;  entered  Pembroke  College,  Oxford,  1647  ; 
incorporated  B.A.  1648 ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls',  1648  ;  B.C.L.  1649-50 ;  Original 
Fellow  of  the  Royal  Society  ;  Student  of  Common  Law  in  Gray's  Inn  ;  Advocate- 
General  for  Ireland  ;  knighted  by  the  Duke  of  Ormond,  Lord  Lieutenant.  Author 
of  a  Discourse  coiicerning  Liberty  of  Conscience,  1660  ;  The  Happy  Future  Estate  of 
England,  1680  ;  A  Casuistical  Discussion  of  the  Obligation  of  the  King  ;  Editor  of 
Memoirs  of  Arthur  Earl  of  Anglesey. 

Edward  Reynolds, 

Son  of  Edward  R.  (afterwards  Bishop  of  Norwich) ;  born  1629  ;  proceeded  to 
Merton  College,  Oxford  ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen  College,  B.A.  1649-50 ;  M.A., 
B.D.,  and  D.D.  1676;  Rector  of  St.  Peter's,  Northampton,  1658;  Prebendary  of 
Worcester,  1660;  Archdeacon  of  Norwich,  1661  ;  died  1698. 

John  Janeway, 

Born  October  27,  1633  ;  son  of  William  J.  of  Lilley,  Herts.  He  was  sent  to 
St.  Paul's  School,  where  he  made  considerable  proficiency  in  Latin  and  Greek ;  when 
about  eleven  years  of  age  he  took  a  great  fancy  to  Arithmetic  and  the  Hebrew 
tongue  :  in  1646  he  was  chosen  for  the  foundation  at  Eton,  being  examined  in  the 
Hebrew  tongue,  which  was  thought  beyond  precedent ;  while  at  Eton  he  spent  some 
time  at  Oxford  as  a  pupil  in  Mathematics  of  Dr.  Seth  Ward ;  elected  to  King's 
College,  Cambridge,  about  the  age  of  seventeen,  and  became  a  Fellow  about  twenty  ; 
B.A.  1654 ;  he  became  a  zealous  Presbyterian,  and  took  orders,  but  only  lived  to 
preach  two  sermons  (On  communion  with  God,  Job  xxii.  21),  dying  in  June,  1657  ; 
he  was  buried  at  Kelsall,  Herts ;  his  younger  brother  James  published,  in  1673,  a 
work  entitled  Invisibilities  Realities,  demonstrated  in  the  Holy  Life  and  Triumphant 
Death  of  Mr.  John  Janeway,  Fellow  of  King's  College,  Cambridge.  (See  also  Cox's 
Lives  and  Times  of  the  Janeway s,  1847.) 

Thomas  Davies, 

Son  of  John  D.  of  London,  draper ;  free  of  the  Drapers'  Company ;  an  eminent 
bookseller ;  served  as  Sheriff  in  1667  ;  knighted,  October  23rd  ;  and  Lord  Mayor 
1677,  when  the  Monument  was  erected  to  commemorate  the  Great  Fire  ;  died  in  1679, 
at  the  age  of  48  ;  and  was  buried  in  St.  Sepulchre's  Church. 

Hugh  Shelton, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1647-52  ;  Clare  Hall,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1651. 

John  Powel, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1647-58  ;  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1651. 

Samuel  Cholmely, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1647-52;  Peterhouse,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1650;  Fellow  1651. 
He  receives  a  grant  of  £4  in  1647,  and  of  £5  in  1653. 

William  Carpenter, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1647-53  ;  Christ  Church,  Oxford. 

Richard  Bures, 

Was  granted  an  Exhibition  in  1647,  and  a  gratuity  of  £4. 

Benjamin  Dister, 

Son  of  John  D.  of  Glemsford,  Suffolk,  gentleman  ;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge, 
September  6,  1648. 

Anthony  Edmonds, 

Poor  Scholar,  1645-47,  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1648  -52  ;  Christ's  College,  Cambridge, 
B.A.  1652. 

Robert  Pead, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1648-55  ;  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1652  ;  Fellow 
1655. 

Thomas  Laurence, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1648-56  ;  Merton  College,  Oxford. 
Benjamin  Phipps, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1648-52  ;  Christ  Church,  Oxford  ;  received  a  grant  of  £2  in 
1649-  50. 


44  SCHOLARS  OF   ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1640-57 

John  Cade, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1649-55  ;  Queens'  College,  Cambridge,  B.  A.  1653;  Fellow 
1655. 

Eichard  Cumberland, 

Bom  1631,  in  the  parish  of  St.  Bride,  in  London  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1648-53  ; 
Magdalen  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1653  ;  M.A.  1656  ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen  ;  Vicar 
of  All  Hallows,  Stamford;  Bishop  of  Peterborough,  1691—1718  ;  died  1718,  aged 
86.  Author  of  Blsquisitio  F/iilosophica  de  Iccjibus  Nalurce ;  Essay  towards  the 
recovery  of  Jewish  Weights  and  Aleasicres  (dedicated  to  Samuel  Pepys,  his  school- 
fellow and  companion  at  College) ;  and  Sanchoniathon  s  Phoenician  History  (published 
posthumously). 

John  Wagstaffe, 

Son  of  John  W.  of  London ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1649-58  ;  Oriel  College, 
Oxford,  B.A.  1653  ;  M.A.  1656.  He  succeeded  to  an  estate  at  Hasland,  "a  little 
crooked  man  of  despicable  appearance  "  (A.O.)  ;  he  died  distracted  in  1677,  aged  44, 
and  was  buried  in  Guildhall  Chapel.  He  was  the  Author  of  Historical  Reflections  on 
the  Bisho}}  of  Rome,  1660,  and  The  Question  of  Witchcraft  Debated,  1669. 

Samuel  Nalton, 

Poor  Scholar  1649,  when  he  petitioned  for  an  Exhibition. 

Benjamin  PuUeyn, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1649,  and  again  in  1652,  when  he  received  a  grant 
of  £10;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  !B. A.  1653;  Fellow;  D.D.  1673;  Regius 
Professor  of  Greek,  1674-86  ;  possibly  the  Mr.  Pullen  whom  Pepys  met  at  the 
Apposition,  February  4,  1663. 

Eichard  Meggott, 

Queeiis'  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1653  ;  M.A.,  S.T.P.  1669  ;  Rector  of  St.  Wave's, 
Southwark  ;  Chaplain  in  Ordinary  to  His  Majesty  ;  Canon  of  Windsor  ;  Vicar  of 
Twickenham,  1668-86  ;  Dean  of  Winchester,  1679  ;  died  1692.  Preached  at  the 
School  Feast,  1675-76,  in  St.  Michael's,  Cornhill. 

—  Christmas, 

Mentioned  in  Pepys'  Diary  (November  1,  1660)  as  his  schoolfellow  ;  he  left  the 
School  before  January  30,  1648-49. 

William  Corker, 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1654 ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  Proctor ;  Senior 
Fellow  ;  Benefactor  of  St.  Paul's  School  Library  1673  and  1682  ;  he  died  in  1702, 
leaving  considerable  property  to  the  College,  which,  in  token  of  gratitude,  placed  a 
black  marble  stone  over  his  remains  in  the  ante-chapel,  1709. 

Gabriel  Towerson, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1650-59  ;  Queen's  College,  Oxford,  B.A.  1654  ;  M.A.  1657  ; 
Fellow  of  All  Souls'  1660  ;  Vicar  of  Welwyne,  Herts,  1662  ;  D.D.  (from  Archbishop 
Sancroft),  1677  ;  Rector  of  St.  Andrew  Undershaft,  London,  1692  ;  died  1697. 
Author  of  many  religious  works  (A.O.). 

Eobert  Elborough, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1650-53  ;  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1655.  Pepys 
dined  with  him  after  the  Apposition,  February  4,  1662,  and  "  found  him  a  fool  as 
he  ever  was  or  worse."  He  was  parson  of  St.  La\vrence  Poulteney  (a  donative)  at 
the  time  of  the  Fire,  1666  (Pepys).     He  was  appointed  to  it  in  1664. 

Thomas  Johnson, 

Recommended  for  a  Robinson  Exhibition,  1650  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A. 
1654  ;  M.A.  1661. 

Samuel  Pepys  (Peapes), 

Son  of  John  P.,  tailor  of  London  ;  born  1632  ;  recommended  for  a  Robinson  Ex- 
hibition, 1650  ;  entered  at  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  as  sizar,  1650,  but  removed 
to  Magdalen  College  (sizar,  October  1,  1650)  before  commencing  residence,  March 
1650-51,  where  he  was  first  elected  to  one  of  Spendhiffe's  Scholarships,  and  sub- 
sequently to  one  of  Dr.  Smith's  ;  B.A.  1653  ;  M.A.  1660  ;  man-ied  in  1655,  and 
entered  the  service  of  Sir  Edward  Montague,  whom  he  accompanied  to  Holland  to 
fetch  back  Charles  IL,  1660  ;  shortly  after  tlie  Restoration  he  was  appointed  Clerk  of 
the  Acts  of  the  Navy  (June  1660)  ;  Clerk  of  the  Privy  Seal  (July  1660) ;  Younger 


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Brother  of  the  Trinity  House  (February  1661-62)  ;  Commissioner  of  Tangier  (August 
1662)  ;  Assistant  to  the  Royal  Fishery  Corporation  (March  1663-64)  ;  Member  of 
Gresham  College  (Febniary  1664-65);  F.R.S.  1664;  Treasurer  of  Tangier  (March 
1605)  ;  Surveyor-General  of  the  Victualling  Office  (October  1665)  ;  defends  himself 
and  his  colleagues  of  the  Navy  Board  successfully  before  the  House  of  Commons 
(March  5,  1667-68)  ;  M.P.  for  Castle  Rising  1673  ;  Secretary  for  the  Navy  1673-80  ; 
committed  to  the  Tower  1679,  but  let  out  on  bail  ;  in  a  few  months  the  prosecution 
■was  dropped  ;  reappointed  Secretary  for  the  Navy  1684,  which  office  he  held  till  the 
abdication  of  James  II.  1688  ;  M.P.  for  Harwich  1678-88  ;  President  of  the  Royal 
Society  1684-85  ;  he  retired  into  private  life  after  the  Revolution,  and  died  in  1703 
and  was  bui-ied  in  Crutched  Friar's  Church  (St.  Olave's,  Hart  Street)  ;  he  assisted 
as  one  of  the  Barons  of  the  Cinqne  Ports  at  the  Coronation  of  James  II.,  and  was  a 
standing  governor  of  all  the  principal  houses  of  charity  iu  and  about  London ; 
Master  of  the  Clothworkers'  Company  1677  ;  benefactor  of  St.  Paul's  School  Library 
1662,  1675,  and  1677.' 

John  Trevor, 

Son  of  Sir  John  T.  of  Brynkynvelt,  Denbigh,  Secretary  of  State  ;  Gentleman  Com- 
moner of  Merton  College,  Oxford  ;  created  M.A.  1670  ;  admitted  Student  of  the 
Inner  Temple,  1654  ;  called  to  the  Bar,  1661  ;  knighted,  1671  ;  served  as  Treasurer, 
1674  ;  and  Reader,  1675  ;  M.P.  for  Yarmouth,  Isle  of  Wight  ;  Speaker  of  the 
House  of  Commons,  1683,  and  again  in  1690  ;  expelled  from  the  Chair  and  the 
House,  March  12,  1695,  on  a  charge  of  corruption  ;  Master  of  the  Rolls,  1685-89, 
and  1693-1717  ;  one  of  the  Commissioners  for  the  Great  Seal,  1690-93  ;  died,  1717, 
and  was  buried  in  the  Rolls  Chapel. 

Henry  Yelverton, 

Son  of  Sir  Henry  Y.,  Bart.,  of  Easton-Mauduit,  and  grandson  of  the  Attorney- 
General  of  James  I. ;  born  1633  ;  Gentleman  Commoner  of  Wadham  College,  Oxford, 
1650  ;  M.P.  for  Northampton  (County),  1660  ;  married  Susan,  daughter,  and  sole 
heiress,  of  Charles  Longueville,  Baron  Grey  (of  Ruthyn),  and  by  her  was  ancestor  of 
the  Yelvertons,  Earls  of  Sussex  (extinct),  and  the  Barons  Grey  de  Ruthyn  ;  died, 
1670.  To  him  Dr.  Edward  Reynolds  dedicates  his  funeral  sermon  on  Langley's 
death  with  the  words,  "  to  whose  care  your  father  trusted  the  two  props  of  his 
family,  yourself  and  your  most  hopeful  brother  (whom  God  took  from  that  scliool  to 
a  celestial  academy)."  Author  of  A  Short  Discourse  of  the  Truth  and  Reasonableness 
of  the  Ecligion  delivered  by  Jesus  Christ,  1662  ;  A  Vindication  of  the  Church  of 
England  against  Edward  Bagshaiv  of  Christ  Church. 

Humphrey  Gower, 

Son  of  Rev.  Stanley  G.,  Rector  of  Brampton  Bryan,  Hereford,  and  of  Holy  Trinity, 
Dorchester,  Dorset  ;  entered  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  May  21, 1655,  aged  17, 
having  been  three  years  under  Mr.  Crumlum  at  Dorchester  ;  B.A.  1658  ;  M.A. 
1662  ;  S.T  B.  1669  ;  S.T.P.  1676  ;  Fellow  ;  Master  of  St.  John's,  1679  ;  Margaret 
Professor  of  Divinity,  1688  ;  Canon  of  Ely  ;  died,  1711,  in  his  74th  year  and 
was  buried  in  the  College  Chapel.  He  founded  by  his  will,  dated  1708,  two 
Exhibitions  for  boys  educated  at  St.  Paul's  or  Dorchester  Schools,  "the  two  Schools 
in  which  he  was  prepared  for  the  University  "  (see  Appendix  E.  5),  so  that  I  suppose 
he  was  under  Crumlum  when  Surmaster  at  St.  Paul's  School  (1647-1651),  and 
accompanied  him  when  appointed  to  Dorchester. 

(?)  William  Heburne, 

Was  deprived  of  his  Exhibition,  February  4,  1651. 

Anthony  Smithson, 

Son  of  Hugh  S.,  hatter;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  June  28,  1651;  Fellow 
Commoner,  October  28,  1653. 

Jonathan  Tuckney, 

Son  of  Doctor  Anthony  T.,  Pastor  of  St.  Michael  le  Querne,  London,  and  suhse- 
(juently  Master  of  Emmanuel  College,  and  of  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ; 
admitted  to  Emmanuel  College,  October  4,  1651  ;  St.  John's  College,  January  21, 
1653  (agedlS)  ;  B.A.  1655  ;  Foundress  Scholar,  1655  ;  M.A.  1659  ;  died  1693.  He 
edited  his  father's  Sermons  and  Latin  Treatises. 

William  Griffith, 

Poor  Scholar,  1651-52  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1651-60  ;  Christ's  College,  Cambridge, 
B.A.  1655. 


46  SCHOLARS  OF   ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1640-57 

Thomas  Hatley, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exlubitiou  in  1650  and  was  promised  tlie  next  vacancy  ;  Pauline 
Exhibitioner,  1651-55  ;  Christ  Church,  Oxford. 

Bernard  Skelton, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1651-60  ;  Peterhouse,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1654  ;  Taxor,  1662 
(when  Pepys  voted  for  him,  October  10)  ;  benefactor  of  St.  Paul's  School  Library, 
1669  and  1670. 

John  Bellars, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1651-54  ;  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge. 

(?)  Stephen  Warman, 

Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's)  1652  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  M.B.  1660. 

Thomas  Rotherham, 

Son  of  Christopher  R.  (deceased),  a  Mercer,  and  Barbara  his  wife  ;  Pauline  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1652-62  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1656  ;  M.A.  1660.  He  received 
a  grant  of  £5  on  his  election  to  his  Exhibition. 

Martin  Pindar, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1652-60  ;  Queens'  College  (Oxford  {sic)  till  1655,  afterwards), 
Cambridge,  B.A.  1656  ;  M.A.  1660. 

John  Payne, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1652-60 ;  Queens'  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1656  ; 
M.A.   1660. 

Thomas  Griffith, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1652-58  ;  Christ's  College,  Cambridge  ;  migrated  to  Magdalen 
Hall,  Oxford,  1658. 

Samuel  Geree, 

Poor  Scholar,  1651-52  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1652-59  ;  Emmanuel  College,  Cam- 
bridge, B.A.  1656. 

Daniel  Butler, 

Poor  Scholar,  1652-53  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1653-61  ;  Magdalen  College,  Oxford, 
B.A.  (Magdalen  Hall)  1658. 

William  Gibbs, 

Of  London  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1653-61  ;  Pembroke  Hall,  Cambridge, 
B.A.   1657  ;    M.A.    1661  ;   Fellow ;    resigned,  July  4,   1667. 

Samuel  Woodford, 

Son  of  Eobert  W.  of  Northampton,  born  in  London,  1636  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner, 
1653-58  ;  "Wadham  College,  Oxford,  B.A.  1656  ;  became  a  Student  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
and  eventually  took  Orders,  1669  ;  Eector  of  Hartley  Mauduit,  Hants  ;  Prebendary 
of  Chichester,  1676  ;  D.D.  (from  Archbishop)  1677  ;  Prebendary  of  Winchester,  1680. 
Author  of  A  Poem  on  the  Return  of  Charles  II.,  A  Paraphrase  of  the  Psalms,  1667 
(commended  by  Richard  Baxter),  and  A  Paraphrase  of  the  Canticles,  1679. 

Thomas  Colley, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1653-56  ;  Peterhouse,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1657  ;  M.A.  1661. 
His  Exhibition  was  declared  void  February  4,  1656,  because  "he  was  the  son  of  a 
very  able  and  suiEcient  man"  (m). 

Thomas  Daniell, 

Son  of  Richard  D.  of  Colchester,  druggist ;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  July 
21,  1654,  aged  17  (after  two  years  at  St.  Paul's  School)  ;  B.A.  1658  ;  M.A.  1662. 

Thomas  Gipps, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1654-62;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1658;  M.A.  1662  ; 
Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  1673  ;  Chaplain  to 
William  Earl  of  Derby  ;  Rector  of  Bury,  [Lancashire  ;  died,  1700.  Author  of 
A  Sermon  on  Corrupting  the  Word  of  God,  1696,  and  A  Defence  of  the  said  Sermon 
in  ariswer  to  John  Owen. 

John  Yardley, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1654-61;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1658;  M.D.; 
died,  1697,  aged  60. 


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John  Ougliton, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1654-59  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 

John  Hutchinson, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1654-61  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1658  ;  probably 
J.  H.  of  Sidney-Sussex,  M.A.  1660,  who  was  afterwards  Vicar  of  Moreland,  West- 
moreland. 

Henry  Frere, 

Son  of  Thomas  F.  of  Whitwell,-  Rutland  ;  admitted  to  St.  Paul's  School,  February 
3,  1653,  at  the  request  of  Viscountess  Campden. 

Henry  Stephens, 

Poor  Scholar,  1653-54  ;  in  1659  he  receives  a  present  of  £10  to  buy  books,  "having 
left  some  years  ; "  probably  H.  S.  of  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  i3.A.  1659  ;  M.A. 
1662. 

Henry  Thomson, 

A  present  (£6  13s.  id.)  to  buy  books,  1653-54  ;  possibly  H.  Thomson  of  New  Inn 
Hall,  Oxford,  B.A.  1660. 

George  Franklin, 

Petitions  for  an  Exhibition  February  3,  1654. 

Thomas  Arnold, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1654-61  ;  Peterhouse,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1678  ;  M.A.  1662  ; 
LL.D.  1680. 

Henry  Cole, 

He  receives  a  benevolence  (20s.)  1654-55. 

John  Spurling, 

Petitions,  February  3, 1654  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  August  25, 1655-60  ;  Peterhouse, 
Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Spierling)  1657  ;  M.A.  1661. 

George  Hooper, 

Removed  from  St.  Paul's  School  to  Westminster  School,  whence  he  proceeded  to 
Christ  Church,  Oxford,  1657  ;  Student  ;  B.A.  1660  ;  M.A.  1663  ;  B.D.  1673  ;  D.D. 
1677  ;  Chaplain  to  Morley,  Bishop  of  Winchester  and  Sheldon,  Archbishop  of 
Canterbury  ;  Rector  of  Lambeth,  1675  ;  Precentor  of  Exeter,  1677  ;  Rector  of 
Woodhay,  Hants  ;  Chaplain  to  King  William  and  Queen  Mary  ;  Dean  of  Canter- 
bury, 1691  ;  Bishop  of  St.  Asaph,  1703  ;  Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells,  1704  ;  died 
1727  ;  Author  of  several  Sermons. 

Jeremy  Whitaker, 

Son  of  Jeremy  W.  of  Stretton,  Rutland  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1655-60  ;  St.  John's 
College,  Cambridge,  December  21,  1655,  aged  15,  after  four  years  at  St.  Paul's  School ; 
B.A.  1659  ;  M.A.  1663  ;  Fellow  of  St.  John's  ;  died,  1683. 

John  Elmore, 

Son  of  William  E.,  carrier  of  London  ;  as  a  poor  Scholar  of  St.  Paul's  School 
he  received  £5  to  fit  him  for  the  University,  1655-56  ;  admitted  sizar  of  St.  John's 
College,  Cambridge,  March  11,  1655-56,  after  two  years  at  St.  Paul's  School ; 
B.A.  1659. 

William  Rosewell, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1655-62  ;  Wadham  College,  Oxford,  B.A.  1660  ;  migrated  to 
Magdalen  Hall ;  Fellow  of  All  Souls',  1662  ;  M.A.  1663. 

Robert  Willan, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1655-62;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1659;  M.A. 
1663  ;  LL.D.  1671. 

Arthur  Abbott, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1655-61  ;  Queens'  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1659  ;  M.A.  1663. 
He  received  a  benevolence  (50s.)  in  1661-62. 

Daniel  Wilson, 

Son  of  Thomas  W.  of  Otham,  Kent,  Clerk,  deceased  ;  admitted  sizar  of  St.  John's 
College,  Cambridge,  April  25,  1656,  aged  17  ;  B.A.  1659. 


48  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1640-57 

George  Viner, 

Son  of  Sir  Thomas  V. ,  Bart. ;  Fellow  Commoner  of  St.  Jolin's  College,  Cambridge, 
May  7,  1656,  aged  above  17  ;  B.A..  (on  St.  Jolin's  Day)  1658  ;  succeeded  his  father 
in  1665  ;  married  Abigail,  daughter  of  Sir  John  LawTence,  and  was  living  at 
Hackney,  April  21,  1667,  when  he  and  his  wife  were  "very  civil  "  to  Samuel  Pepys  ; 
died  1673  ;  and  was  buried  with  his  wife  in  the  Chui'ch  of  St.  Mary  Wolnoth  with 
great  pomp,  August  18. 

Joseph  Lane, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1656-63  ;  Peterhouse,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1660  ;  M.A.  1664, 

Richard  Alexander, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1656-58  ;  Queen's  College,  Oxford. 

Edmund  Collet, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1656-60  ;  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  B.A.  1659.  From  1648  to 
1655  the  Court  paid  £10  annually  to  John  Colet,  of  the  Hale  in  Bucks,  towards  the 
education  of  his  youngest  son. 

Robert  Delachamp, 

Sou  of  Caleb  D. ,  Clerk,  deceased,  of  Ingham,  Lincolnshire  ;  admitted  to  St.  John's 
College,  Cambridge,  1662  (as  pupil  of  Mr.  Langley)  ;  B.A.  1665. 


1657-72]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  49 


1657-1672 
High  Master      SAMUEL  CROMLEHOLME. 

September  \i,  1657. 

Crumlum  or  Crumbleholme,  son  of  Eev.  Kichard  Cromleholme,  of  (iuedgeley, 
Gloucester;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford  (November  13,  1635),  aged  17. 
Became  Surmaster  of  St.  Paul's  School,  May  13,  1647,  having  been  previously 
Master  of  the  Mercers'  Chapel  School.  In  1651  he  was  appointed  Head  Master 
of  Dorchester  Grammar  School,  on  the  recommendation  of  Mr.  Langley  to  the 
Eev.  Stanley  Gower  ;  and  on  Langley's  death  was  recalled  to  St.  Paul's  School 
being  recommended  to  the  Governors  by  Langley  on  his  deathbed.  He  lost 
a  valuable  library  in  the  Fire  of  London,  1666,  and  did  not  long  survive  the  re- 
opening of  the  School  after  it  was  rebuilt,  dying  on  July  21,  1672.  He  was 
buried  in  Guildhall  Chapel,  and  his  funeral  sermon  was  preached  by  Dr.  Wells, 
of  Aldersgate.  He  left  as  his  executrix  his  wife,  Mary  Cromleholme,  who  was 
paid  £17  13s.  6cl.  for  fixtures  by  the  Mercers'  Court.  He  was  surnamed 
iro\vy\oi>TTos  for  his  skill  in  languages. 

Surmaster  William  Cox  (contimted). 

See  before,  1640—1657. 

Surmaster  1658        Nathaniel  Bull. 

He  died  before  Midsummer  1672,  after  a  long  illness. 

Chaplain   or  \  ^^^^  Mason  (contimtcd). 

Under  Usfier  J  ^  ' 

See  before,  1640—1657. 


SCHOLARS. 

John  Oldham  (Ouldham), 

Son  of  John  0.  mercer  ;  Panline  Exhibitioner,  1657-63,  Queens'  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1663,  in  which  year  he  twice  received  benevolences  of  50s. 

Israeli  Collen, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1657-63,  Queens'  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Trinity  College) 
1660.     In  1663-64  ho  received  a  grant  of  £5. 

William  Orme, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1657-60,  "Bayliall"  College,  Oxford. 

■John  Fuller, 

Son  of  Thomas  F.  (author  of  The  Worthies)  ;  entered  St.  Paul's  School,  1653,  aged 
circa  11.  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1657-64,  Sidney  Sussex  College,  Cambridge ; 
B.A.  1660  ;  Fellow  1663  ;  M.A.  1664.  He  obtained  confirmation  from  Charles  II. 
of  his  rights  in  The  Worthies,  March  14,  1661-62.  Nothing  is  known  of  him 
after  1667. 

Richard  Pelley, 

Campden  E^ibitioner,  up  to  1665,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 

Robert  Lowe, 

■       Pauline  Exhibitioner,  August  31,   1658-64,    Clare  Hall,   Cambridge;    B.A.    1661; 
M.A.  1665.     He  received  a  benevolence  of  £5  in  1664. 

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50  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1657-72 

Mathew  Abell, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1658-67,^  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford ;  B.A.  1662;  M.A.  1665. 

Silvester  Jule, 

Poor  Scholar,  1657-58  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1658-67,  Pembroke  College,  Oxford. 

John  Balderstone, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1658-67,  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1662;  M.A. 
1666  ;  Fellow;  S.T.B.  1673,  in  which  year  he  was  incorporated  B.D.  of  Oxford; 
S.T.P.  1681  ;  Master  of  Emmanuel,  1680-1719,  when  he  died  ;  Prebendary  of  Peter- 
borough, to  which  cathedral  he  presented  the  fourth  bell,  1709.  He  was  chosen  Vice- 
Chancellar  of  the  University  in  1687,  when  Dr.  Peachell  was  turned  out  of  the  ofifice 
for  opposing  King  James  II.  "as  a  man  of  much  spirit ;  aud  in  his  speech  which  in 
course  he  made  upon  his  being  chosen,  he  promised  that  during  his  magistracy 
neither  religion  nor  the  rights  of  the  body  {i.e.  University)  should  suffer  by  his 
means  "  (Burnet,  History  of  his  own  Times). 

Peter  Clarke, 

Son  of  Peter  C.  fellmonger,  of  London ;  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge,  March  17, 
1658-59;  migrated  to  St.  John's  College,  February  6,  1659-60,  aged  16  ;  admitted 
Fellow-Commoner,  February  28, 1664-65 ;  possibly  the  Mr.  Clarke  who  was  admitted 
B.A.  (on  St.  John's  day)  1663. 

William  Wyatt  (Wyat), 

Christ  Church,  Oxford;  Student;  B.A.  1662;  M.A.  1665;  Public  Orator,  1679— 
1712,  having  previously  been  Deputy  to  Dr.  South  ;  Principal  of  St.  Mary  Hall, 
1690—1712-13,  when  he  died;  preached  at  the  School  Feast,  1678-79. 

Thomas  Lagoe, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1659-62,  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford. 

Richard  Howard, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1659-66,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1663. 

John  Pepys, 

Brother  of  Samuel  P. ;  bom  1641  ;  Poor  Scholar,  1658-59  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner, 
1659-66.  His  brother  corrects  his  Apposition  Speech,  1659-60  ;  Scholar  of  Christ's 
College,  Cambridge,  February  1660-61 ;  B.A.  1662  ;  M.A.  1666  ;  takes  orders,  1666; 
becomes  a  Clerk  in  the  Trinity  House,  1670  ;  succeeds  his  brother  as  Clerk  of  the 
Acts ;  died  1677. 

Richard  Smith, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1659,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  (Smyth)  1663; 
M.A.  1667. 

Nathaneel  (sic)  Jackson, 

Sou  of  N.  J.  of  Boston,  Lincolnshire,  deceased  ;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge, 
March  23,  1659  (aged  15)  ;  B.A.  1663;  M.A.  1667. 

John  Cotterell, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1660-67,  St.  Edmund  Hall,  Oxford;  B.A.  1664;  M.A.  1667. 

Thomas  Mayhew, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1660-62,  "Wadham  College,  Oxford. 

Thomas  Lovett, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1660-67,  Christ's  College,  Cambridge ;  B.A.  1664  ;  M.A. 
1668. 

John  Allen, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1660-66,  Jesus  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  (Trinity)  ^1664 ; 
M.A.  1668.  °  V  J/  . 

<aeorge  Eales, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1660-64,  Christ  Church,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1664,  when  he  received 
a  gi-ant  of  £5, 

^  It   must  be  noted  that  all   Exhibitions  were   suspended  after  the  Fire   in   1666. 
(See  Fasti.) 


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Thomas  Almon, 

He  received  a  benevolence  (£10)  1660-61. 

Humphrey  Ffownes, 

He  received  a  benevolence  (£6  13s.  id.)  1660-61. 

Thomas  Cox, 

Son  of  Thomas  C.  tailor,  of  Putney  ;  Sizar  of  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  June 
6,  1661  (aged  16) ;  B.A.  1664,  when  he  received  a  benevolence  of  £5  ;  M.A.  1668  ; 
Fellow  ;  S.T.B.  1676. 

George  Jeffreys, 

Born  at  Acton,  near  Wrexham,  Denbigh,  1648  ;  entered  the  Free  School  at  Shrews- 
bury ;  was  removed  to  St.  Paul's  School  about  1659  "  where  he  applied  himself  with 
considerable  diligence  to  Greek  and  Latin"  ;  removed  to  Westminster  School,  1661  ; 
entered  the  Inner  Temple,  1663  ;  was  called  to  the  Bar  in  1668  ;  in  1671  he 
became  Common  Sergeant  ;  and  in  1678  Recorder  of  London,  and  Bencher  of  his 
Inn  ;  he  was  knighted  in  1677,  on  his  appointment  as  Solicitor  to  the  Duke  of  York. 
Chief  Justice  of  Chester  ;  became  King's  Sergeant  and  was  made  a  Baronet  in 
1680  ;  resigned  the  Reeordership  the  same  year.  Knight  of  the  Bath  ;  Chief  Justice 
of  England,  1683  ;  created  Baron  Jeffreys  of  Wera,  May  1685  ;  Lord  Chancellor, 
September  1685  to  December  1688  ;  died  in  the  Tower,  April  19,  1689.  His  remains 
were  buried  under  the  altar  of  St.  Mary  Aldermanbury  in  1693. 

Benjamin  Calamy, 

St.  Catharine's  Hall,  Cambridge;  BA.  1664;  MA.  1668;  S.T.P.  1680;  Fellow 
of  St.  Catharine's  and  Tutor  ;  Curate  of  St.  Mary  Aldermanbury,  1677  ;  Vicar 
of  St.  Lawrence  Jewry,  1683  ;  Prebendary  of  Harleston  in  St.  Paul's  Cathedral, 
1685  (June  to  January)  ;  Chaplain  in  Ordinary  to  King  Charles  II.  ;  died  1685,  aged 
about  40.  Preached  at  the  School  Feast  either  1676-77  or  1677-78.  His  Sermons 
were  collected  and  frequently  published  ;  one  of  the  most  famous  was  preached  in 
1683  against  the  Nonconformists  on  A  Scrupulous  Conscience,  and  dedicated  to  Sir 
George  Jeffreys  with  much  praise  of  his  loyalty  and  vigour  in  support  of  Monarchy, 

Jonathan  Houghton, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1661-66,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  1665.  In 
1661-62  he  received  a  grant  of  £5, 

John  Strype  (Stryp), 

Born  1643  ;  educated  at  St.  Paul's  School,  1657-61 ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1661-66, 
Jesus  College,  Cambridge,  March  29,  1662  ;  B.A.  (St.  Catharine's  Hall)  1665  ;  M.A. 
1669  ;  Rector  of  Theydon  Bois,  Essex,  1669  ;  Vicar  of  Low  Leyton,  Essex,  1669  ; 
Lecturer  of  Hackney  till  1724  ;  Rector  of  Terring,  Sussex  (sinecure)  ;  died  1737, 
aged  94.  An  eminent  Ecclesiologist  and  Divine  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of 
Colet ;  author  of  numerous  Biographical  and  Antiquarian  works,  including  Annals 
of  the  Reformation,  and  an  accurate  edition  of  Stow's  Survey  of  London. 

William  Davies, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1661,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1665  ;  M.A.  1669. 

John  Herring, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1661,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1664;  M.A.  1668. 

Samuel  Taylor, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1662-66,  Trinity  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1666. 

Thomas  Basset, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1662-67,  Wadham  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall) 
1666  ;  1.  St.  Edmund  Hall  (a)  M.A.  1669. 

Samuel  Goodwin, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1662-67,  Wadham  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1666  ;  M.A.  1669. 

Richard  Velley, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1662,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1666. 

John  Evans, 

He  received  a  grant  of  £2  to  buy  books,  1662-63.  Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's)  up 
to  1669,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1666  ;  M.A.  1670. 

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52  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1657-72 

Henry  Edwards, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  December  9,  1663-67,  St.  Edmund  Hall,  Oxford;  B.A. 
(Magdalen  College)  1666  ;  M.A.  1669. 

Josias  White, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1663-67,  Wadham  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1667. 

James  Manfeild, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1663-67,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1668  ;  M.A.  1672. 
He  appears  also  to  have  held  a  Campden  Exhibition  till  1673. 

George  Calvert, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1663-67,  Peterhouse,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1667. 

Robert  Vile, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1663-67,  Peterhouse,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1668. 

Francis  Cope, 

Son  of  Thomas  C.  (deceased)  of  St.  Olave's,  Sun-ey  ;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge, 
February  25, 1663  (aged  18),  after  four  years  at  St.  Paul's  School ;  B.A.  1667  ;  M.A. 
1671. 

James  Ware, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1664-67,  Peterhouse,  Cambridge. 

John  Annesley, 

Pauline  Exliibitioner,  1664,  Trinity  College,  Oxford. 

William  Oughtred, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  February  1663  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  April,  1664-67, 
Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 

Symon  Blenkarne, 

Petitioned  for  au  Exhibition,  February  1664,  but  was  refused  because  he  was  not  of  four 
years'  standing  in  the  School ;  probably  S.  B.  of  Caius  College,  Cambridge,  M.D.  1676, 

John  Shirley, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  February  1664. 

Rowland  Pryce, 

Son  of  Peter  P.  of  Caergai,  Merioneth,  gentleman  ;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridgt, 
June  1665  (aged  16)  ;  B.A.  1668. 

William  (?  Hemy)  Dugard, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  February  1664,  but  was  refused  as  not  j'et  of  sufficient 
standing  in  the  School.  H.  D.  is  Poor  Scholar,  1663-64  ;  W.  D.  is  elected  Pauline 
Exhibitioner,  1665,  but  in  1667  he  appears  as  Henry  D.  in  the  Accounts.  Henry  D.  of 
Trinity  College,  Oxford,  was  B.A.  in  1667,  and  received  a  benevolence  (£5)  in  1664-65. 

Nathaniel  Shute, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  February  1664  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1665-67,  Christ's 
College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1668  ;  M.A.  (Queens'  College)  1672  ;  S.T.B.  1680. 

Samuel  Johnson, 

Born  1649  ;  became  Library  Keeper^  at  St.  Paul's  School,  and  acquired  much  perfec- 
tion there  in  Oriental  languages  ;  Poor  Scholar,  1664-65  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner, 
1665,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1669;  held  the  living  of  Curingham, 
Essex,  and  was  Chaplain  to  Lord  Russell.  Was  pi'osecuted  for  libel  for  the  defence 
of  his  work  Julian  the  Apostate,  and  was  sentenced  to  fine  and  imprisonment  in  the 
King's  Bench,  when  he  secretly  issued  An  humhle  and  hearty  address  to  all  the 
'  Protestants  in  King  James^  Army,  for  which  he  was  sentenced  to  stand  in  the  pillory 
and  to  be  whipped  from  Newgate  to  Tyburn,  but  first  he  was  degraded  from  the 
priesthood  in  the  Chapterhouse  of  St.  Paul's,  1686.  After  the  Revolution  his  de- 
gradation was  declared  illegal,  and  he  received  a  pension.  In  1692  an  attempt  was 
made  to  murder  him  in  his  own  house  in  Bond  Street,  but  he  recovered  from  the 
wounds  then  inflicted  on  him  ;  died  May,  1703.  Author  of  Julian  the  Apostate 
and  numerous  political  tracts,  and  some  sermons.  Collected  edition  of  his  works 
published  in  London,  1710. 

^  From  this  I  ma  inclined  to  infer  that       Librarianship  was  held  with  the  Captaincy 
among  the  Poor  Scholar's  duties  was  in-       of  the  School  up  to  1876. 
eluded  the   charge   of  the  Library.     The 


16S7  72]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST,   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  53 

Sir  Edward  Northey, 

Knight,  of  Epsom,  Surrey,  son  of  William  N.  gentleman,  of  Stepney,  Middlesex  ; 
born  1651  ;  MP.  for  Tiverton,  1710-13-14  ;  Attorney-General,  1701-7,  and  again 
1710-18  ;  one  of  H.M.'s  Commissioners  for  building  fifty  new  Churches  in  and  about 
Westminster,  1715  ;  Steward  of  the  School  Feast,  1714  ;  died  August  16,  1723. 

William  Bernard, 

Recommended  by  the  High  Master  for  an  Exhibition  as  "  pauper  pins  et  doctus," 
February  1665,  but  it  was  refused  because  he  had  not  been  four  years  in  the  School  ; 
it  was  promised,  however,  that  he  should  be  regarded  with  favour  ;  probably  W.  B. 
B.A.  (Christ  Church,  Oxford,)  1669  ;  M.A.  (Merton)  1675  ;  B.D.  and  D.D.  1685. 

John  Pulleyn, 

Campden  Exhibitioner  till  1675,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1669  ;  Prebendary 
of  Wildland  in  St.  Paul's  Cathedral,  1688  ;  preached  at  the  School  Feast,  1698-99  ; 
author  of  several  sermons. 

JOHN  CHURCHILL, 

Son  of  Sir  Winston  C,  born  1650  ;  he  left  St.  Paul's  School  to  enter  the  household 
of  James,  Duke  of  York,  in  1665  ;  in  1666  he  became  an  Ensign  in  the  Guards,  and 
served  at  Tangier.  He  served  under  Turenne  against  the  United  Provinces  in  1672  ; 
in  1673  he  became  Lieut-Colonel  of  Littleton's  regiment  and  Gentleman  of  the  Bed- 
chamber to  the  Duke  of  York,  and  in  1680  niiirried  the  celebrated  Sarah  Jennings, 
In  1682  he  was  created  a  Scotch  Peer  by  the  title  of  Lord  Churchill  of  Eymouth, 
and  in  1683  became  Colonel  of  the  Firet  or  Royal  Regiment  of  Dragoons.  In  1685 
lie  received  the  Colonelcy  of  the  Third  Troop  of  Life  Guards,  and  was  second  in  com- 
mand as  Brigadier-General  at  Sedgemoor,  1685  ;  in  the  same  year  he  was  created 
Baron  Churchill,  of  Sandridge,  Herts,  After  the  Revolution  he  became  Earl  of  Marl- 
borough, 1689,  and  commanded  successfullj'  at  Cork  and  Kinsale.  In  1698  he  became 
a  Privy  Councillor  and  Preceptor  to  the  Duke  of  Gloucester.  In  1702,  on  the  accession 
of  Queen  Anne,  he  became  Captain-General  and  Master-General  of  Ordnance,  Am- 
bassador Extraordinary  at  the  Hague,  and  Commander-in-Chief  of  the  allied  forces 
in  Flanders.  He  was  also  made  Knight  of  the  Garter,  Marquis  of  Blandford,  and 
DuKK  OF  Mahlboeough.  He  won  the  successive  victories  of  Blenheim,  1704, 
Ramillies,  1706,  Oiulenarde,  1708,  and  Malplaquet  (or  Blaregnies)  1709  ;  and  in 
1705  was  created  a  Prince  of  the  Holy  Roman  Empire  ;  but  in  1712  he  was  removed 
from  all  his  posts.  On  the  accession  of  George  I.  1714,  he  became  again  Captain- 
General  and  Master-General  of  Ordnance  ;  died  in  1722. 

Samuel  Bradford, 

Born  1651  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  M.A.  (per  lift.  Reg.)  1681  ;  Fellow 
of  Corpus;  S.T.B.  (Com.  Reg.)  1705  ;  Rector  of  St.  Mary-le-Bow,  1693  ;  Chaplain 
in  Ordinary  to  King  William  III.  and  Queen  Anne;  Master  of  Corpus,  1716-24; 
Bishop  of  Carlisle,  1718  ;  Bishop  of  Rochester,  1723  ;  Prebendary  and  Dean  of  West- 
minster, 1723  ;  First  Dean  of  the  revived  Order  of  the  Bath,  1725  ;  died  1731,  aged 
79,  and  was  buried  in  .Westminster  Abbey  ;  Preacher  at  the  School  Feast,  1699 — 
1700  ;  author  of  numerous  sermons. 

?  Henry  Day, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's)  1^69,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1668  ;  MA, 
1672  ;  Vicar  of  Hunstanton,  Norfolk  ;  died  1703,  aged  54. 

?  Antony  Spinage  (Spinedge), 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's)  1669,  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B  A.  1670  ;  M.A, 

1674  ;  Fellow  ;  S.T.B,  1681. 

William  Perry, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1671-76,  Tiinity  College,  Cambridge  ;   B.A.   1671  ;  M.A. 

1675  ;  Fellow  ;  Lecturer  of  St.  Peter's-upon-Cornhill,  London.  He  died  about 
1701,  and  by  will  founded  Exhibitions  for  Paulines  at  Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 
(See  Appendix  E.  4.) 

Henry  Parker, 

Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1675  ;  M.A.  1678  ;  Rector  of  St.  Michael,  Crooked 
Lane  ;  died  1733  ;  preached  at  the  School  Feast,  1727-28  ;  was  Steward  in  1723, 
and  subscribed  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold  ;  aathor  of  several  sermons. 

Samuel  Annesley, 

Poor  Scholar,  16'71-72- 


54  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAULS   SCHOOL.  [1657-72 

Edmund  Lawley, 

Poor  Scholar,  1671-72. 

Hugh  Nurse, 

Poor  Scholar,  1671-72. 

Samuel  Brewer, 

Sou  of  John  B.  (deceased)  of  Middlesex :  pensioner,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridgo, 
October  1,  1672  ;  LL.B.  1678. 

William  Bramston, 

Queens'  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1676;  M.A.  1680;  S.T.B.  (Com.  Peg.)  1705; 
Fellow  of  Queens'  ;  Rector  of  Woodham  Walter,  Essex,  1691  ;  Prebendary  of 
Worcester ;  Preacher  at  St.  Clement  Danes,  1701  ;  Rector  of  St.  Christopher-le- 
Stocks,  1714  ;  died  1735  ;  preached  at  the  School  Peast,  1701-2,  the  dedication  of 
this  sermon  is  a  bitter  comjilaint  of  the  neglect  of  sermons  ;  author  of  a  sermon 
preached  at  Maldon,  1697,  and  another  sermon  at  the  Temple  Church,  1714,  "pub- 
lished in  its  vindication  against  some  gross  misrepresentations,"  a  strong  Protestant 
sermon  on  the  accession  of  George  I.  (Text,  1  Tim.  ii.  1,  2). 

Robert  Nelson, 

Son  of  John  N.  Turkey  merchant ;  born  1656  ;  finished  his  education  under  a  private 
tutor,  and  was  entered  as  Gentleman  Commoner  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  but 
does  not  appear  to  have  graduated  ;  F.R.S.  He  was  a  great  promoter  of  the  S.P.G. 
andS.P.C.K.  and  a  benefactor  to  Charity  Schools,  and  dying  January  16,  1714,  left  the 
whole  of  his  estate  in  charitable  bequests.  He  was  the  author  of  numerous  religious 
books,  of  which  the  most  famous  are  A  Companion  for  the  Festivals  and  Fasts  of  the 
Church  of  Emjland,  1703,  and  The  Life  of  Bishop  Bull. 

George  Dodington, 

Treasurer  of  the  Navy  and  one  of  the  Lords  of  the  Admiralty  ;  M.  P.  for  Bridge- 
water  ;  Lord-Lieutenant  for  Somerset ;  died  1720. 


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1672-1697 
High  Master  THOMAS  GALE. 

August  5,  1672. 

Bom  at  Scruton,  York,  circa  1635,  and  educated  at  Westminster  School,  whence 
he  proceeded  to  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1658  ;  M.A.  1662  ;  Fellow 
of  Trinity ;  Begins  Professor  of  Greek,  1672-76  ;  Prebendary  of  Consumpta 
per  Mare  in  St.  Paul's  Cathedral ;  Member  of  Royal  Society,  1677.  He  was  a 
friend  and  correspondent  of  Samuel  Pepys  ;  became  Dean  of  York,  1697  ;  died 
in  1702,  and  was  buried  in  York  Cathedral.  Author  of  editions  of  Herodotus, 
Jambliehus,  Rhctores  Selecti,  Opuscula  Mythologica,  &c. 

Surmaster  1672-73      Fkancis  Fox. 

Lady  Day. 

Between  Bull's  death  and  Fox's  appointment  John  Bedford  (probably  of  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1668;  M.A.  1672),  was  assistant  "in  the  second 
Master's  place"  (a).  Francis  Fox  preached  at  the  Herefordshii'e  Feast  in 
London,  1683.  He  died  in  1685,  and  his  widow,  Mary,  received  a  present 
of  £30. 

Surmaster  1685  Philip  Ayscough. 

Subsequently  High  Master,  1713.  Campden  Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1675, 
which  see. 

CJuiplain,  John  Mason  (continued). 

See  before,  1640—1657. 

Chaplain  1675  Edward  Farmer. 

Christmas, 

Probably  of  St.  Catharine's  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1663  ;  M.A.  1667.  In  1686  he 
resigned  on  a  pension  of  £20,  and  on  March  15,  1688,  was  appointed  by  the 
Court  to  the  Vicarage  of  Kirton,  Lincoln  ;  died  1702. 

Chaplain  1686-87      Nicholas  Dyer. 

Lady  Day. 

On  February  15,  1686,  it  appears  (m),  that  Daniel  Hopkins  (Campden  Exhibitioner, 
1675),  was  chosen  Chaplain  :  if  so,  he  did  not  take  up  the  appointment. 
Nicholas  Dyer  was  B.A.  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1674.  In  1690  he  was 
ill,  and  Andrew  Lortie  (Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1680),  was  employed  as  his 
substitute. 


56  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1672-97 


SCHOLAES. 

Edmund  Halley, 

Son  of  Edmund  H.  ;  born  1656  ;  Queen's  College,  Oxford,  1673,  but  did  not  graduate. 
Visited  the  island  of  St.  Helena  for  astronomical  purposes  ;  on  his  return  to  England 
was  created  M.A.  of  Oxford,  1678  ;  Secretary  of  the  Royal  Society,  1686  ;  Savilian 
Professor  of  Geometry,  1703  ;  D.C.L.  1710  ;  Astronomer  Royal,  1713  ;  died  January 
14,  1741-42.     In  1680  he  first  observed  the  comet  which  bears  his  name. 

William  Stonestreet, 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.  A.  1677  ;  M.A.  1681  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  Rector  of 
St.  Stephen's,  Walbrook,  1689  ;  Preached  at  the  Feast,  1700-1  ;  died  1716  ;  bent- 
factor  of  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  1676. 

John  Wells, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1673  (so  in  the  Minutes),  but  as  he  was  elected  vice  Manfeild, 
who  was  a  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  and  appears  to  have  gone  to  Queens'  College, 
Caml.iridge,  where  he  graduated  B.  A.  1673,  M.A.  1677,  I  suppose  that  his  Exhibition 
was  not  really  on  the  Campden  Foundation. 

Francis  Godfrey, 

An  Exhibitioner  on  the  Campden  Foundation  till  1675,  when  his  Exhibition  was 
filled  up  as  he  was  reported  to  the  Court  to  be  deceased. 

Thomas  How, 

Son  of  Alexander  H.  of  Battersej',  Middlesex,  gentleman.  St.  John's  College, 
Cambridge,  June  25,  1673  ;  LL.B.  1678. 

Philip  Ayscough, 

Poor  Scholar,  1673-75  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  1675,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ; 
15.A.  1676  ;  Surmaster  St.  Paul's  School,  1685  ;  High  Master,  1713  ;  Vicar  of  St. 
Olnve's,  Southwark,  1721  ;  Steward  of  the  School  Feast,  1727  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's 
Life  of  Cold;  died  February  22,  1741-42. 

Daniel  Hopkins, 

Son  of  a  mercer.  Poor  Scholar,  1674-76  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  1675-88,  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1679  ;  M.A-  1683  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  S.T.P.  1707  ; 
Rector  of  Fakenham,  Norfolk  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 

Thomas  Baker, 

Son  of  Richard  B.,  mercer.  Campden  Exhibitioner,  1676-85,  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1681  ;  M.A.  1696. 

Charles  Montagu, 

Son  and  heir  of  Robert,  third  Earl  of  Manchester ;  by  courtesy  Viscount  Mande- 
ville  ;  M.A.  of  Cambridge,  1680  ;  succeeded  his  father  as  Earl  of  Manchester,  1682  ; 
Captain  of  the  Yeomen  of  the  Guard,  1689—1701  ;  served  at  the  Battle  of  the  Boyne 
and  the  Siege  of  Limerick  ;  Ambassador  Extraordinary  to  the  Republic  of  Venice, 
1697  ;  Ambassador  Extraordinary  to  the  Iv,ing  of  France,  1699  ;  Principal  Secretary 
of  State  till  the  death  of  the  King,  1701-2  ;  Lord-Lieutenant  of  the  county  of  Hun- 
tingdon ;  Ambassador  Extraordinary  to  the  Court  of  Vienna,  when  he  also  visited 
Turin  and  Venice,  1707  ;  created  Duke  of  M;inchester,  1719  ;  died  1721-22. 

Joseph  Spinedge, 

Poor  Scholar,  1675-76.  Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1677-82,  Jesus  College, 
Cambridge;  B.A.  1679;  M.A.  1683. 

Stephen  Cressar, 

Poor  Scholar,  1676-77.     In  1677  he  petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  ;  but  did  not  obtain 
one  till  1682,  when  he  was  elected  to  Mrs.  Robinson's  Exhibition,  which  he  held  till 
1685;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1681  ;  M.A.  1685;  S.T.B.  1703;  S.T.P. 
1708. 
John  Strayhearnt, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  1677,  but  was  refused. 

^.ichard  Lidgold, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1678-87,  Trinity  College,   Oxford  ;   B.A.  1682;  M.A.  1685. 


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Joseph  Woodroffe, 

Fauliue  Exhibitioner,  1678-81,  Queens'  College,  Cambridge. 

Samuel  Awbeiy, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1679-86,  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1683  ;  M.A.  1687. 
Joseph  Dunstan, 

Son  of  Thomas  D.  ;  born  in  London.  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1679-86,  St.  John's 
College,  Cambridge,  (Siziir),  March  1,  1680,  aged  17  ;  B.A.  1683. 

John  Elliott, 

Poor  Scholar,  1677-78;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1679-83,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge; B.A.  1682.  In  1679  he  received  a  grant  of  £5,  because  of  his  "poor 
condition." 

William  Nichols, 

Son  of  John  N.  of  Donington,  Bucks  ;  born  circa  1664.  Pauline  Exliibitioner, 
1679-86,  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford;  Wadham  College,  March  12„  1680-81;  B.A. 
1683  ;  migrated  to  Merton  College  ;  M.A.  (Fellow  of  Merton)  1688  ;  B.D.  1692; 
D.D.  1695  ;  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  JMontagu  ;  ?  Rector  of  Cheshunt,  1691  ;  resigned 
1693  ;  Rector  of  Selsey,  Sussex,  1691  ;  preaclied  at  the  revival  of  the  School  Peast 
in  St.'  Paul's  Cathedral  on  St.  Paul's  Day,  1697 — the  first  anniversary  ol  the  Saint 
after  the  rebuilding,  "  where  we  remember  to  have  played  our  ehilaish  pastimes. 
amoniT  its  desolate  ruins."  Author  also  of  A  Scnnon  on  God's  Blessing  on  the  use  of 
Mineral  Waters,  preached  at  Tiinbridge  Wells,  1702,  A  Conference  with  a  Theisty 
A  Short  History  of  Socinianism,  Tlie  Luty  of  Inferiors  tu  Superiors,  d-c.  Consolation 
on  the  Death  of  the  Duke  of  Gloucester,  and  a  translation  of  The  Devout  Life  of 
Francis  Sales,  reformed  from  the  Errors  of  the  Popish  Edition  ;  buried  in  the  rciddle 
aisle  of  St.  Swithin's  Church,  May  5,  1712  (but  Knight  says  that  he  died  April  11, 
1711,  aged  48). 

Samuel  Munford, 

Christ's  College,  Cambridge  ;  M.B.  1683  ;  M.D.  1694  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Zi/'e 
of  Cold. 

William  Lightfoot, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1711  ;  possibly  B.A.  of  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge,  1684. 

John  Lidgold, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1681-89,  "Wadham  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1685  ;  M.A.  1688  ; 
Fellow  of  Oriel,  1690. 

Beaupre  Nowers  (Nowres,  Nowes), 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1681-89,  Christ's  College,  Cambridge ;  B.A.  1685  ;  M.A. 
1689. 

Andrew  Lortie, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1.681-88,  Christ's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1685. 

Isaac  Pepys, 

Poor  Scholar,  1679-81. 

Constantius  Sylvester, 

Son  of  Constantius  S.  of  London.  rellow-Commoner,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,, 
April  9,  16M,  aged  18. 

Richard  Edwards, 

Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1685  ;  M.A.  1689  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1724  ;. 
subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colct. 

Richard  (?  William)  Willis, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1682-90  (when  he  was  beneficed),  St.  John's  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  B.A.  1686;  M.A.  1690. 

Couyers  Place, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1682,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Campden  Ex- 
hibitioner, 1685-90;  B.A.  1686  ;  M.A.  1693;  Master  of  the  Grammar  School  at, 
Dorchester.     He  was  "  beneficed  "  in  1690  (m). 

Thomas  Vincent, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1682-88,   Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1684;  M.A,. 


58  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1672-97 

James  Stanley, 

Second  son  of  Charles,  eighth  Earl  of  Derby ;  bom  July  6,  1664  ;  served  in 
Flanders  under  William  IH.  ;  was  Groom  of  the  Bedchamber  and  Colonel  of  a 
Eegiment  of  Foot  till  1702,  when  he  succeeded  his  brother  as  tenth  Earl  ;  Lord- 
Lieutenant  of  North  Wales  ;  Vice- Admiral  and  Lord- Lieutenant  of  Lancashire  ; 
Chancellor  of  the  Duchy  of  Lancaster,  1707  ;  Captain  of  the  Yeomen  of  the 
Guard,  1715  ;  died  1735-36,  without  surviving  issue  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life 
of  Colet, 

Michael  Hutchinson, 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A,  1686  ;  M.A.  1690  ;  S.T.B.  1701  ;  S.T.P.  1706  ; 
Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  Prebendary  of  Lichfield ;  Minister  of  Derby  ;  subscriber  to 
Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 

John  Leng, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1683,  and  was  promised  the  next  void ;  St.  Catharine's 
Hall,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1686;  M.A.  1690;  S.T.B.  1698;  S.T.P.  1716  ;  Fellow  of 
St.  Catharine's  ;  Rector  of  Bedington,  Surrey  ;  Chaplain  in  Ordinary  to  George  L  ; 
Bishop  of  Norwich,  1723  ;  died  1727  ;  preached  at  the  School  Feast,  1712-13  and 
1726-27  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Robert  Bevin, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1682-92,  Christ's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1687  ;  M.A, 
1691. 

Richard  Hopkins, 

Poor  Scholar,  1682-83  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1687  ;  M.A.  1693. 

Edward  Chester, 

Son  of  Edward  C.  ;  born  in  London.  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  Fellow- 
Commoner,  May  28,  1683,  aged  18. 

Robert  Thomas, 

Poor  Scholar,  1683-85.     Campden  Exhibitioner,  1684-86. 

Charles  Walkley, 

Son  of  John  W.  of  London,  merchant.  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  May  19, 
1684,  aged  15. 

John  Jenkins, 

Son  of  John  J.  of  Gateside  (=  head).  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  May  20, 1684, 
aged  16. 

William  Grigg  (Gregg), 

Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1688  ;  M.A.  1697  ;  Fellow  of  Jesus  ;  Master  of 
Clare  Hall,  1713-26  ;  S.T.P.  (Comitiis  Reg.),  1717  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of 
Colet. 

Sir  Nathaniel  Lloyd, 

Eldest  son  of  Richard  L.,  LL.D.  (knighted  1676),  and  Elizabeth  his  wife  ;  born 
November  29,  1669,  in  Dutchy  Land  in  the  Savoy  Parish  ;  Lincoln  College,  Oxford  ; 
Fellow  of  All  Souls,  1689  ;  B.C.L.  1691  ;  D.C.L.  1696  ;  Dean  of  Arches  and  Judge 
of  the  Admiralty  Court;  LL.D.  (Doctors'  Commons);  knighted  May  29,  1710; 
Master  of  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge,  1710-35  ;  resigned  in  1735,  and  died  at  Sunbury 
on  March  3,  1741,  and  was  buried  in  the  Chapel  of  Trinity  Hall  on  April  8,  to  which 
he  was  a  great  benel'actor,  as  also  to  All  Souls  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold ; 
benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library  by  a  bequest  of  fifty  guineas  received 
in  1741. 

Edward  Foster, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1685-92,  Queens'  College,  Cambridge:  B.A.  1689;  M.A. 
1693. 

Thomas  Gibbon, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1684.  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1686-93,  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge.  In  1687  he  is  of  Jesus  College  ;  B.A.  (of  St.  John's  College), 
1688  ;  M.A.  1692  ;  S.T.P.  1714. 


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Thomas  Tooke, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1684  (T.  Tuck).  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1686-91, 
Wadham  College,  Oxford.  In  1687  he  is  of  Mertou  College,  and  in  1688  of  Corpus 
Christi  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1689;  M.A.  1693;  S.T.P.  1712;  Fellow  of 
Corpus,  1690-99  ;  Rector  of  Lambourn,  Essex,  1707  ;  Head  Master  of  Bishop  Stort- 
ford  Grammar  School,  1693  ;  died  1721  ;  a  benefactor  of  Corpus  Christi  College. 
Eobert  Newton, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1684.  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1686-93,  Trinity- 
College,  Oxford.  In  1688  he  is  of  Hart  Hall  ;  B.A.  1688  ;  M.A.  1691  ;  Rector  of 
St.  James',  Garlick  Hythe,  London,  circal708 ;  Rector  of  St.  Augustine's,  ?  1706-21 ; 
preached  at  the  School  Feast,  1702-3. 

William  D'Ewe, 

Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  LL.B.  1693  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1708. 
Henry  Stonestreet, 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1690  ;  M.A.  1694  ;  Vicar  of  Eaton  Bray,  Nothill 
and  Tottcnhoe,  Beds  ;  preached  at  the  Feast,  1708-9. 

James  Shipton, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1686-88,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1690 ;  M.A. 
1694  ;  Surgeon  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet, 

John  Shore, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1724,  and  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold;  possibly  of 
Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1690  ;  M.A.  1700  ;  M.D.  1706. 

Samuel  Robinson, 

E.xMbitioner  (Lady  North's),  1686-94. 

Benjamin  Lane, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1686,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge:  B.A. 
1690;  M.A.  1706. 

Richard  Dry, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1686.  ?  Richard  Day  of  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  • 
B.A.  1686. 

?  —  Basset, 

Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's),  till  1694  ;  possibly  John  Basset  of  Magdalen  College 
Oxford  ;  B.A.  1686  ;  M.A.  1689. 

Joseph  Godfrey, 

Queens'  College,  Cambridge  ;  M.B.  1691  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1727  ;  subscriber  to 
Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

William  Smith, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  T687-91,  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1690  ;  M.A.  1702  ; 
Preacher  at  St.  Clement  Danes  ;  Preacher  at  the  School  Feast,  January  26,  1710-11.' 

Ralph  Davison, 

Son  of  William  D.  Esijuire  ;  born  at  Laton,  Durham  ;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge 
June  9,  1687,  aged  18  ;  B.A.  (of  Trinity  Hall),  1690. 

Thomas  Hill, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1688-93,  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1691. 

John  Manning, 

Poor  Scholar,  1686-88.  Pauline  E.xhibitioner,  1688-91,  Emmanuel  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  B.A.  1690. 

George  Jeffs, 

(At  first  Campden,  subsequently)  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1688-97,  Merton  College 
Oxford  ;  B.A.  1692  ;  M.A,  1697. 

John  Millerd, 

Poor  Scholar,  1689-90.  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1689-94,  St.  John's  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  B.A   1693. 

Robert  Maxwell, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1689-97,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1693  ;  M.A. 
1697;  S.T.P.  1719. 


60  SCHOLAES  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1672-97 

Henry  Denne, 

Poor  Scholar,  1688-89  ;  petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  1688.  Campden  Exhibitioner, 
1689,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1693. 

Charles  Boyle, 

Second  son  of  Roger,  Earl  of  Orrery  ;  born  1675  ;  entered  as  a  nobleman  at  Christ 
Church,  1690,  and  graduated  in  Arts  (says  Wood)  ;  published  in  1695  a  Latin 
translation  of  Phalaridis  Agrigentinorum  tyranni  Epvtolcc,  which  gave  rise  to  his 
celebrated  controversy  with  Dr.  Bentley.  He  succeeded  his  brother  as  fourth  Earl 
in  17u3  ;  and  was  Lieutenaut-General  and  Envoy  Extraordinary  and  Plenipotentiary 
to  the  States-General  of  the  United  Provinces,  and  the  Council  of  State  in  the  Spanish 
Low  Countries,  1710-11,  when  he  was  Steward  of  the  School  Feast.  The  astronomical 
instrument  invented  by  Thomas  Graham  was  named  "  Orrery  "  after  him  ;  died  1731. 

Spencer  Compton, 

Second  son  of  James,  third  Earl  of  Northampton  ;  M.P.  for  Eye,  Suffolk,  from 
seventh  year  of  William  III.,  1695,  and  through  the  first  three  Parliaments  of  Queen 
Anne  ;  Chairman  of  Committee  for  settling  the  Act  of  Union  with  Scotland,  1707  ; 
Chaii'manof  the  Committee  of  Privileges,  1708  ;  oueof  the  managers  of  Dr.  Sacheverel's 
Impeachment,  1709  ;  M.P.  for  East  Griustead,  and  also  for  the  County  of  Sussex  ; 
Speaker  of  the  House  of  Commons,  1714-15;  Paymaster- General  and  Treasurer  of 
Chelsea  Hosiiital,  1721-22  ;  Knight  of  the  Bath,  on  the  revival  of  the  Order,  1725  ; 
created  Baron  Wilmington,  1727  ;  Viscount  Pevensey  and  Earl  of  Wilmington, 
May  8, 1730  ;  Lord  Privy  Seal,  May  14  ;  D.C.L.  of  Oxford,  August  5  ;  Lord  President 
of  the  Council,  December  31  ;  Knight  of  the  Garter,  1733  ;  died  1743. 

George  Tilson, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  1688.  Campden  Exhibitioner,  1689-96  (he  exchanged 
with  George  Jeffs),  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1692  ;  M.A.  1696  ;  Fellow  of 
Trinity  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1702,  and  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Edward  Tenison, 

Nephew  of  Archbishop  Tenison  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1694; 
LL.B.  (Lambeth)  1697  ;  D.D.  (Lambeth)  1731  ;  Rector  of  Willersham,  Kent,  1697, 
of  Sandwich,  1698  ;  Rector  of  Chiddingstone  ;  Prebendarj^  of  Lichfield,  1704  ;  Canon 
of  Canterbury  and  Archdeacon  of  Carmarthen,  1708  ;  Chaplain  to  the  Duke  of  Dorset, 
Lord-Lieutenant  of  Ireland,  1730  ;  Bishop  of  Ossory,  1731  ;  died  1735  ;  a  benefactor 
of  Corpus,  but  his  legacy  was  so  charged  with  conditions  that  the  College  declined 
half  of  it  in  1736  ;  preached  at  the  School  Feast,  1710-11  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's 
Life  of  Cold. 

Roger  Gale, 

Son  of  the  High  Master.  Campden  Exhibitioner,  1690-98,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge; Scholar  1693  :  B.A.  1694  ;  M.A.  1698  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1697  ;  M.P.  for 
Northallerton,  1705,  1707,  1708,  1710;  Commissioner  of  Stamps,  1714;  of  Excise. 
1715  ;  F.R.S.  ;  F.  A.S.  ;  died  1744  ;  Editor  of  Antoninus'  Itinerary  ;  Steward  of  the 
Feast,  1708  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colct. 

James  Johnson, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1691-96,  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge ;  Scholar  1690  ;  LL.B. 
1696;  LL.D.  1702;  Fellow  1696—1727-28;  Chancellor  of  Ely;  Master  of  the 
Faculties  ;  died  at  Hemingford  Grey,  Huntingdon,  February  3,  1727-28,  and  is 
buried  in  the  chancel  there  ;  benefactor  of  Trinity  Hall  and  Hemingford  Grey  ; 
subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

John  Tattersall, 

Poor  Scholar,  1690-91.     Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1695  ;  M.A.  1699. 

Richard  Chambre, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1692-98,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  BA.  1695;  M.A.  1699; 
Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  preached  at  the  School  Feast,  1709-10. 

Daniel  Sturmy, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1692-96,  St.  Catharine's  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1695  ;  M.A. 
1702. 

Roger  Williams, 

"Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1692-97,  Merton  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (All  Souls),  1695  ; 
M.A.  1699. 


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John  Thorpe, 

Poor  Scholar,  1690-92.  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1692-96,  Tnnity  College,  Oxford  ; 
B.A.  1694. 

Thomas  Pike, 

Poor  Scholar,  1691-93.  Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's),  1692.  Possibly  Thomas 
Peake  B.A.  (of  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford),  1699  ;  M.A.  1702. 

Charles  Pinfold, 

Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge;  LL.B.  1699;  LL.D.  1704;  Fellow  of  Trinity  Hall; 
Steward  of  the  Feast,  1707  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold.. 

Samuel  Hilliard, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1693-99,  University  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (of  Trinity  College, 
Oxford),  1697. 

Thomas  Nicholson, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1693-98,  University  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1698  ;  M.A.  1701. 

Phillips  Gretton, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's)  1693,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1697  ;  M.A. 
1701  ;  S.T.P.  1732  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1728,  and  subscriber 
to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold  ;  author  of  a  sermon  On  the  Uncertainty  of  Reason  and  the 
Certainty  of  Revelation,  1732. 

Arnold  Bouchery, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1693—1700,  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1697, 

William  Cave, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1693—1700,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge ;  B.A.  1696. 

William  Scrafton, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1693—1702,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A. 
1697  ;  M.A.  1701. 

St.  John's  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1697;  M.A.  1701;  S.T  B.  1709;  S.T.P. 
(Comitiis  Regiis)  1717  ;  Fellow  of  St.  John's  ;  Rector  of  Heydon,  Essex,  and  of 
Chishall  Parva,  Essex,  1717  ;  died  1728,  aged  50  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Edward  Wakeman, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1694-96,  University  College,  Oxford. 

Arthur  Blackmore, 

Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's),  1694.  Possibly  Abraham  Blackmore  of  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge;  B. A.' 1696. 

Thomas  Hollingshead, 

Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's),  1694—1700. 

Nicholas  Rodgers  (Rogers), 

Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's),  1694,  Balliol  College,  Oxford,  B.A.  1698  ;  M.A. 
(Oriel),  1701. 

Richard  Carter, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  1694. 

Richard  Lyde, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  1694.  Probably  identical  with  Richard  Lloyd,  Steward 
of  the  Feast,  1699. 

William  Thornbury, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  1694.     St.  Catharine's  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1698. 

Charles  Gale, 

Son  of  the  High  Master;  bom  August  5,  1677  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A. 
1698  ;  M.A.  1702  ;  Rector  of  Scruton,  Yorkshire  ;  died  1738  ;  subscriber  to  Knight  3 
Life  of  Colet. 

Jordan  Thorpe, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  1694.  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1695-98,  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge  (a),  but  Trinity  College,  Oxford  (m). 


62  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1672-97 

Jolm  Fisher, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  1694.  Campden  Exhibitioner,  1695—1702,  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1699. 

John  Jeffreys, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1695—1703,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1698  ;  M.A. 
1702  ;  Fellow. 

Edward  Rudd, 

Petitioned  for  an  Exhibition,  1694.  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1696—1701,  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge.  Possibly  Edward  Pvudd,  B.A.  (of  Sidney  Sussex),  1706;  Kector 
of  Runcton,  Norfolk  ;  D.D.  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life,  of  ColcL 

Charles  Godden, 

Pauline  E.xhibitioner,  1696—1700,  Lincoln  College,  Oxfor4 ;  B.A.  1699. 

John  Towersy, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1696—1702,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1699  ;  M.A. 
1703;  S.T.P.  1710. 

John  Gurney, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1696—1704,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge.  (Probably  George 
Gurney,  B.A.  1700  ;  M.A.  1705.) 

Clement  Tookie, 

Campden  Exliibitioner,  1696—1702,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1701  ;  M.A. 
1708  ;  LL.D.  (Comitiis  Regiis)  1728  ;  Chaplain  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1702  ;  Surmaster 
1714-19 ;  Vicar  of  Chippenham,  Cambridge ;  Rector  of  Worlingtou,  Suffolk  ; 
Prebendary  of  Ely,  1723-24  ;  died  1748,  and  was  buried  at  Chippenham  ;  preached 
at  the  School  Feast,  1716-17,  when  the  cost  of  printing  his  Sermon  (£2  3s.  Od.) 
was  paid  by  the  Company  (a)  ;  Steward  in  1725  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of 
Colct. 

Samuel  Rosewell, 

Born  1680  ;  .son  of  Thomas  Rosewell,  who  was  tried  before  Judge  Jeffreys  in  1684  ; 
Nonconformist  Divine  ;  Chaplain  to  Lady  Clinton  ;  died  1722  ;  author  of  an  account 
of  his  father's  trial,  and  several  sermons  and  discourses. 

Richard  Skikelthorpe, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1697—1704,   Jesus  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.   1700;  M.A. 

1707. 

Samuel  Knight, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1697—1704,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1702;  M.A. 
1706  ;  S.T.P.  (Comitiis  Regiis)  1717  ;  Vicar  of  Chippenham,  Cambridge  ;  Vicar  of 
Borough  Green,  1707  ;  Prebendary  of  Ely,  1714  ;  Rector  of  Bluntisham,  Hunts, 
1717,  and  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  rOrford  ;  Archdeacon  of  Berks,  1735  ;  died 
1746  ;  author  of  Life  of  Colet,  for  which  the  Company  contributed  an  effigie 
of  Dean  Colet,  engraved  on  copper;  preached  at  the  School  Feast  ("On  the 
child  Jesus,  the  great  Exemplar  of  youth" — St.  Luke  ii.  52)  1717-18  ;  Steward 
1723. 

John  Deighton  (Dighton), 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,_  1697  —  1703,  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A,  1701  ;  M.A. 
1705  ;  S.T.P.  (Comitiis  Regiis)  1717  ;  Rector  of  Newmarket ;  subscriber  to  Knight's 
Life  of  Colet. 

Gregory  Clarke, 

St.  Catharine's  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1701  ;  M.A.  1705  ;  Rector  of  Blundeston, 
Suffolk  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Samuel  Dod, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1697—1705,  Clare  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B  A.  1701  ;  M.A. 
1705  ;  Fellow  of  Clare  ;  Lecturer  of  St.  Katharine  Coleman  ;  preached  at  the  School 
Feast,  1713-14. 

Samuel  Gale, 

Son  of  the  High  Master  ;  bom  December  17,  1682  ;  apprenticed  at  "The  Naked 
Boy"  in  St.   Paul's  Church    Yard,    1700    (Pepys)  ;   F.S.A.  :    Treasurer  of  S.A. 
Steward  of  the  Feast,  1712  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet, 


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The  following   Paulines  were    Scholars   under   Dr.   Gale  or  his 
predecessors : — 

Edward  Alexander, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1701  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 

Thomas  Alexander, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1702.     • 

Thomas  Ayres, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1702. 

Eichard  Blondel, 

Surgeon  ;  died  1718,  when  his  funeral  sermon  was  preached  at  St.  Lawrence  Jewry 
by  Dr.  Nathaniel  Marshall. 

John  Baggs, 

steward  of  the  Feast,  1698. 

William  Bonner, 

steward  of  the  Feast,  1698. 

Robert  Baylis, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1700  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Dr.  Thomas  Brown, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1700  ;  benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  1690, 

Richard  Crawley, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1699. 

Richard  Chiswell, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1700. 

Spencer  Cowper, 

Son  of  Sir  William  Cowper,  and  brother  of  the  Lord  Chancellor  ;  Attorney-General 
to  the  Prince  of  Wales,  1714  ;  Chief  Justice  of  Chester,  1718-27  ;  Sergeant-at-Law, 
1727  ;  Puisne  Judge  of  the  Court  of  Common  Pleas,  1727  ;  died  1728.  He  was 
grandfather  of  William  Cowper  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

John  Downe, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1702. 

Robert  Fowle, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1698. 
Edward  Farmer, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1700.  Possibly  a  son  of  the  former  Cliaplain  of  St  Paul's 
School,  1675. 

Thomas  Fowke, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1701. 

Edward  Gibbon, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1701. 

John  Hollo  way, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1701. 

George  Huxley, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1701, 

Edward  Haulsey, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1702. 

Samuel  Jackson, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1700. 
John  Killingworth, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1698. 
Samuel  Lloyd, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1698. 


64  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1672-97 

Henry  Lovibond, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1701. 

Edward  Nelthorpe, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1699. 

Anthony  ISicoll, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1702. 

Robert  Paltock, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1699. 

Edward  Parr  (Parre), 

Proctor  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1702  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Charles  Peers, 

Son  of  Edward  Peers,  confectioner  to  the  King  ;  born  in  St.  Bride's  parisla  ;  Sheriff 
of  Loudon,  1707,  when  he  was  knighted  July  17  ;  Lord  Mayor  1716.  He  was  living 
at  Bromley,  Middlesex,  1723  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 

Richard  Robinson, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1699. 

George  Smith, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1698. 

Anthony  Smith, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1699. 

Dr.  Thomas  Sutton, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1699. 

Thomas  Southouse, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1700. 

Samuel  Smithin, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1701. 

Samuel  Stebbing, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1702.  Mentioned  by  Disney  among  the  friends  of  A.  A. 
Sykes.' 

John  Tully, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1699. 
Benjamin  Tinne, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1700. 

Christopher  Tilson, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1700. 

John  Tayler, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1701. 


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1697-1713. 
High  Master.      JOHN  POSTLETHWAYTE. 

Sfptombcr  3,  1697. 

Born  at  Jlillom,  Cumberland,  circa  1650;  Merton  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  1674; 
M.A.  1678  ;  Master  of  Arclibisliop  Tenison's  School,  whence  he  was  preferred 
to  St.  Paul's  School  on  the  recommendation  of  the  Archbishop.  Died  September 
26,  1713,  and  was  buried  in  St.  Augustin's  Church,  Old  Change,  when 
Dr.  Hancock  preached  a  funeral  sermon  over  him,  j)iiblished  with  the  title  of 
The  Christian  Schoolmaster.  A  benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library, 
1704. 

Stirmastcr  Philip  Ayscough  (conthmcd). 

Subsequently  High  Master,  1713;  Campden  Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1675, 
which  see. 

Under  Usher  Nicholas  Dyer  {continued). 

See  before,  1672—1697. 

Under  Usher       1702         Clement  Tookie. 

February  12. 

Subsequently  Surmaster,  1714  ;  Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1696,  which 
see. 


SCHOLARS. 

Archibald  Douglas,  Lord  Wandale  (Wandell), 

Succeeded  his  father  as  second  Earl  of  Forfar,  1713  ;  appointed  Colonel  of  the  Buffs, 
1713  ;  Envoy  Extraordinary  to  Prussia,  1714  ;  served  as  Brigadier-General  at  the 
battle  of  Sheritfmuir,  November  13,  1715,  where  he  was  severely  wounded  and 
taken  prisoner.  He  died  of  his  wounds  at  Stirling,  December  8,  1715,  unmarried, 
when  Ids  title  and  estates  devolved  on  the  Duke  of  Douglas.  Steward  of  the  School 
Feast  in  1710-11. 

Matthew  Postlethwayte, 

Nephew  of  the  High  Master  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge,  April  3,  1699  ; 
migrated  to  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  December  28,  1702  ;  B.A.  1702  ;  M.A. 
1706  ;  Vicar  of  Shottisham,  Norfolk,  1708  ;  Rector  of  Denton,  Norfolk,  1714  ; 
Rector  of  Redenhall  and  Archdeacon  of  Norwich,  1742  ;  died  1745.  A  benefactor 
to  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  1699  ;  Preached  at  the  School  Feast,  1714-15  ;  Steward, 
1727  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Roger  Cotes, 

Son  of  Robert  C.  of  Burbage,  Leicestershire  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1699 
(aged  17);  Scholar,  1701;  B.A.  1702;  M.A.  1706;  Fellow,  1705-13;  Plumian 
Professor  of  Experimental  Philosophy,  1706  ;  Mathematical  Reader  at  Trinity,  1706 
and  1708;  Junior  Treasurer,  1707-9;  F.R.S.  1711;  died  1716.  Author  of 
Harmonia  Mensurarum.     The  friend  and  correspondent  of  Isaac  Newton. 

Daniel  Lock, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1698  1707  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1702;  M.A. 
1706. 


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Leonard  Darrant, 

Poor  Scholar,  1697-99 ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1698-1703  ;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge, B.A.  1702. 

John  Price, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1698-1706  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1701  ; 
M.A   1705. 

John  Leake, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1699-1708  ;  Hart  Hall,  Oxford. 

Benjamin  Marshall, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1699-1707  ;  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  Student  1701  ;  B.A.  1703  ; 
M.A.  1706  ;  in  Holy  Orders;  benefactor  of  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  1698;  sub- 
scriber to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Arthur  Ashley  Sykes, 

Poor  Scholar,  1698-1701  ;  Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's),  1700-1705  ;  Benet  College, 
Cambridge,  B.A.  1704  ;  M.A.  1708  ;  S.T.P.  1726  ;  Vicar  of  Godmersham,  Kent, 
1712-14  ;  Rector  of  Dry  Drayton,  Cambridge,  1714-18 ;  Sector  of  Eayleigh, 
Essex,  1718  ;  Afternoon  Preacher  at  King  Street  Chapel,  1718  ;  Morning  Preacher, 
1721  ;  Prebendary  of  Alton  Borealis  (Sarum),  1723  ;  Precentor  of  Sarum,  1726  ; 
Dean  of  St.  Burian,  Cornwall,  1739  ;  Prebendary  of  Winchester,  1740  ;  he  died  in 
1756.  Disney,  in  his  Life  of  Sykes,  says  that  on  leaving  College  he  became  an 
assistant  in  St.  Paul's  School,  but  I  find  no  record  of  it.  He  was  one  of  the 
Apposers  at  St.  Paul's  School  most  years  from  1748-56.  He  was  Steward  of  the 
Feast  in  1723,  and  Preacher  iu  1724-25.  The  list  of  his  works  (sixty-three  in 
number,  extending  from  1712  to  1757)  fills  fourteen  jtages  8vo.  in  Disney's  Life  of 
Sykes.  Some  papers  of  his  were  published  under  the  initials  T.P.A.P.O.A.B.LT.C.O.S. 
(i.e.  The  Precentor  and  Prebendarj^  of  Alton  Borealis  in  the  Cathedral  of  Sarum). 
There  are  many  letters  of  Sykes,  in  the  Birch  MSS.  (Biitish  Museum,  Sloane,  4319), 
and  amongst  them  a  copy  of  Dr.  Birch's  answers  to  certain  questions  about  A.  A.  S. 
The  Sykes  Exhibitions  at  Benet  College,  Cambridge,  were  founded  in  1766  in  his 
memory  by  his  brother.  Rev.  George  Sykes  (Exhibitioner,  St.  Paul's  School,  1707). 
See  Appendix  E.  6. 

Thomas  Jackson, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1700-1707  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1704  ; 
M.A.  1708. 

John  Barnwell, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1700-1707  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1704  ; 
M.A.  1708;  S.T.B.  1725;  S.T.P.  (Com.  Reg)  1728;  Rector  of  Little  Samford, 
Essex,  1727  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Algernon  Coote, 

Third  son  of  the  Earl  of  Montrath  ;  succeeded  his  brother  in  1720;  M.P.  for 
Castle  Rising,  1727  ;  died  1744  ;  benefactor  of  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  1706  ; 
Steward  of  the  Feast,  1710  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Z{/e  of  Colet, 

William  Dechair, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1701-1708;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1705;  M.A. 
(Fellow  of  Peterhouse),  1709  ;  Vicar  of  Culham,  Oxon  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life 
of  Colet. 

W  illiam  Betterley, 

Poor  Scholar,  1700-1701  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1701-1707  ;  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge,  B.A.  1705  ;  M.A.  1709.  He  was  a  candidate  for  the  High  Mastership 
in  1721. 

Thoinas  Greene, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1701-1705;  Peterhouse,  Cambridge  B.A.  1705; 
M.A.  1709. 

William  Harris, 

Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's),  1701-1709  ;  Benet  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1705. 


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Matthias  (Matthew)  Mawson, 

Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's),  1702  ;  Benet  College,  Cambridge,  Scholar,  B.A.  1704  ; 
Fellow,  1707  ;  M.A.  1708  ;  Moderator,  1708;  Taxor,  1709  ;  S.T.B.  1716  ;  Master 
of  Benet,  1724  ;  S.T.P.  1725  ;  Eector  of  Conington,  Cambridge  ;  Vice-Chancellor 
of  the  University,  1730-31  ;  Rector  of  Stadstock,  Essex,  1733.  In  1734  he  refused 
the  Bishopric  of  Gloucester,  but  in  1738  became  Bishop  of  Llandaff,  whence  he  was 
translated  in  1740  to  Chichester,  and  in  1754  to  Ely.  He  resigned  the  Mastership 
of  Benet  in  1744,  and  died  in  his  eighty-ninth  year  in  1770,  and  was  buried  in  Ely 
Cathedral,  bequeathing  Scholarships  of  the  value  of  £400  a  year  to  Benet  College. 
He  published  several  sermons,  &c.,  and  among  them  one  preached  before  the 
gentlemen  educated  at  St.  Paul's  School,  January  25,  1723,  Un  the  duty  of  doing  as 
we  luould  he  done  unto.  He  appears  among  the  subscribers  to  Knight'a  Life  of  Colet, 
but  is  not  marked  as  "of  St.  Paul's  School,"  and  was  a  benefactor  to  St.  Paul's 
School  Library  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1724. 

William  Mince, 

Poor  Scholar,  1701-1702  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1702-1708 ;  Trinity  College, 
Oxford,  B.A.  1705  ;  M.A.  1707. 

William  Cooper  (Cowper), 

Son  of  William  C.  {deceased)  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  1702-1708  ;  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge,  aged  18  ;  B.A.  1706. 

Peter  Ashton, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1702-1705;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 

Christopher  Hussey, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1702-10  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1706  ; 
M.A.  1710;  Fellow;  S.T.P.  1731. 

Thomas  Wyatt, 

Poor  Scholar,  1702-1703  ;  was  refused  an  Exhibition  in  1702  for  want  of  a 
"petition"  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1703-1706  ;  Jesus  College,  Cambridge. 

James  Levett, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1703-11 ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1707  ;  M.A.  1711. 

Thomas  Rowell, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1703-1709  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1707. 

Uvedale  Price, 

Son  of  Robert  P.,  Baron  of  the  Exchequer  ;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  January 
12,  1703  (aged  18). 

Fitzwilliams  (Fitzwilliam)  Plumtree, 

Queens'  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1707  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1710. 

Thomas  Bell, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1704-13  ;    Trinity  College,    Cambridge,    B.A.    1708  ;    M.A. 

1712  ;  Vicar  of  Liverpool ;  benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  1705  ;  subscriber 
to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet, 

Thomas  Andrews, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1704-12;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1708;  M.A. 
1712. 

Edward  Neden, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1705-13  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1709  ;  M.A.  1713  ; 
S.T.P.  1735;  Fellow  of  Trinity;  Rector  of  Rougham,  Suffolk,  1723;  Eector  of 
Rushbrooke  ;  Prebendary  of  Lincoln  ;  J. P.  for  SuiTolk  ;  died  1768,  aged  seventy- 
eight,  and  was  buried  at  Rougham  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

William  Smith, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1705-12  ;  Trinity  College,   Cambridge,   B.A.   1709  ;  M.A. 

1713  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity. 

Miles  West, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1705-11  (he  appears  to  have  also  held  one  of  Lady  North's 
Exhibitions)  ;  B.A.  of  ilerton  College,  Oxford,  1709  ;  M.A.  (of  All  Soul.s) 
1713. 

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Daresy  (Darcy)  Curwen, 

Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's),  1705-1708. 

Thomas  Matthew  (Machen)  Fiddes, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Kobiuson's),  but  on  going  to  Oxford  he  exchanged  with  Isaac 
Steele  ;  Queens'  College,  B.A.  1709  ;  M.A.  1712. 

Isaac  Steele, 

Poor  Scholar,  1702-1705  ;  Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Eobinson's),  1705  ;  B.A.  1709 ; 
M.A.  1720  ;  Chaplain  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1713  ;  Surmaster,  1719-21,  when 
he  was  an  unsuccessful  candidate  for  the  High  Mastership  ;  he  died  shortly  after, 
and  the  Company  paid  the  parish  dues  for  his  burj'all,  July  19,  1721. 

Beresford  Baker, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1706-13  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1710  ;  M.A.  1714. 

John  Higgott  (?  Higgett), 

If  so,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1710  ;  M.A.  1723  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's 
Life  of  Colet ;  in  Holy  Orders. 

John  Hilkiry  (Hilary), 

Campden  Exhibitioner,   1706-13;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1710;  M.A. 

1714. 
Augustine  Bryon  (Bryan), 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1707-15  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1711  ;  M.A.  1716  ; 

Editor  of  Plutarch's  Lives,  1719  ;  died  1724. 

Nicholas  Wickens, 

Son  of  John  W.,  of  Stoke  Edith,  Hereford  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1707-15  ;  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge,  1707  (aged  18)  ;  Scholar,  1709  ;  B.A.  1711  ;  M.A.  1715  ; 
Fellow  of  Trinity,  1714-21. 

John  Luke, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1707-13  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1711. 

Thomas  Leigh, 

Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's),  1707  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford,  B.A.  1711  ; 
M.A.  1714  ;  B.D.  1723. 

George  Sykes, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1707  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1711  ; 
M.A.  1715;  Vicar  of  Hawkeswell  ;  Piector  of  Piayleigh,  Essex;  Founder  of  the 
Sykes  Exhibitions  in  1766  (see  Appendix  E.  6). 

Christopher  Faucet  (Fawcet), 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1707  ;  Benet  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1711  ;  M.A. 
1715  ;  Fellow  ;  S.T.B.,  1723  ;  Rector  of  St.  Mary  Abchurch  ;  died  1747,  aged  56, 
and  was  buried  at  Monk's  Illeigh,  Suffolk  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

John  Myers, 

Poor  Scholar,  1706-1707;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1710;  M.A.  1714; 
S.T.B.  1725  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  in  Holy  Orders  ;  benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School 
Library,  1716  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1727  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Thotnas  Bentley, 

Nephew  of  Richard  Bentley  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1711  ;  M.A.  1715  ; 
LL.D.  1724  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 

John  Busfield, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1708-14  ;  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ;  Exeter  College,  1709, 
where  his  name  was  removed,  1712. 

Charles  Nelthorpe, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1708-13  ;  Jesus  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1712. 

John  Simpson, 

Son  of  Joseph  S.,  of  London;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  1708;  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge,  1706  ;  Subsizar  (aged  18)  ;  B.A.  1712  ;  M.A.  1716. 

William  Allbright, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1709-18  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1713;  M.A.  1718. 


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Edward  Peacli, 

Campden  Exliibitiouer,  1709  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1713. 

Thomas  Browne, 

Poor  Scholar,  1709-10  ;  Exliibitioner  (Lady  North's),  probably  of  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge,  B.A.  1713  ;  M.A.  1717  ;  Fellow  ;  M.D.  1724. 

James  Barker, 

Pauliue  Exhibitioner,  1710-16  ;  Mertou  College,  Oxford,  B.A.  1715. 

Charles  Thomas, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1711  ;  Benet  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1715  ;  M.A. 
1721  ;  possibly  Vicar  of  Barton,  Norfolk,  1722-27  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of 
Cold. 

Thomas  Wright, 

Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Robinson's),  1710  ;  Benet  College,  Camljridge,  B.A.  1714  ; 
benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  1717  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Lifo  of 
Colct. 

Abraham  Shewell, 

Exhibitioner  (Lady  North's),  1711  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1715. 

Alured  (Aldred)  Clarke, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1712-19  ;  Benet  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1716  ;  M.A.  1720  ; 
Fellow  of  Benet,  1719  ;  S.T.P.  1728  ;  Rector  of  Chilbolton,  Hants  ;  Chaplain  in 
Ordinary  to  George  L  and  George  II.  ;  Prebendary  of  Winchester,  1723  ;  Prebendary 
of  Westminster  ;  Dean  of  Exeter,  1740  ;  died  1742  ;  was  Steward  of  the  School 
Feast,  1723,  and  preached  in  1726-27  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet.  Both 
at  Winchester  and  Exeter  he  exerted  himself  to  found  County  Hosjiitals,  in  which 
he  was  successful  at  the  former  city,  but  did  not  live  to  complete  his  work  at  the 
latter.  Author  of  several  sermons  (printed),  including  the  Feast  Sermon,  1727,  and 
a  Hospital  (Winchester)  Sermon,  1736. 

Andrew  Rogers, 

Poor  Scholar,  1710-12  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1712-15  ;  Benet  College,   Cambridge, 

1711  ;  B.A.  1715  ;  M.A.  1728  ;  Rector  of  Sandringham,  Babingley,  and  Wolferton, 
Norfolk;  died  1731. 

William  Bradford, 

Son  of  the  Bishop  of  Rochester ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1712-17  ;  Benet  College, 
Cambridge,  1712  ;  B.A.  1716  ;  M.A.  1720  ;  Fellow  of  Benet,  I7l7  ;  Archdeacon 
and  Prebendary  of  Rochester,  1728  ;  Vicar  of  Newcastle-upon-Tyne,  1722  ;  died 
1728,  aged  32  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1725. 

Thomas  Vaiighan, 

Poor  Scholar,  1712-13  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1712-17  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge, 

1712  (but  Thomas  Vaughan  graduated  B.A.  1716  from  Jesus  College  ;  M.A.  1720, 
where  he  entered  as  Sizar,  May  2,  1713). 

John  Lawson, 

Son  of  Joseph  L.,  of  London  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  1712  (aged  17)  ;  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge  ;  Scholar,  1715  ;  B.A.  1716  ;  M.A.  1720  ;  S.T.B.  1727  ;  Fellow 
of  Trinity,  1719-34  ;  Latin  Reader,  1728  ;  Greek  Reader,  1729  ;  in  Holy  Orders  ; 
subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

George  Swan, 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  petitioned  for  an  Exhibition  in  1712,  but  was  refused  ; 
B.A.  1716. 

John  Browne  (Brown), 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1713-19  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner  up 
to  1721  ;  B.A.  1717  ;  M.A.  1721. 

Joseph  Crayker, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1713;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1717;  M.A. 
1721. 


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Samuel  Kerricli  (Kerrick), 

Benet  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1717  ;  M.A.  1721  ;  Fellow  ;  S.T.P.  1735  ;  Vicar  of 
Dersingham,  Norfolk,  1729  ;  Rector  of  Wolferton,  1731.  He  married  a  daughter  of 
his  schoolfellow,  Matthew  Postlethwayte  ;  died  1784  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1725  ; 
subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 

Sir  John  Strange, 

Son  and  heu-  of  John  S.,  of  Fleet  Street ;  born  circa  1695  ;  called  to  the  Bar 
(Middle  Temple),  1718;  King's  Counsel;  Solicitor-General,  1737-42;  Recorder  of 
London,  1739  ;  Knighted,  May  12,  1740.  Resigned  his  posts  and  retired  almost 
entirely  from  practice  in  December,  1742,  to  the  surprise  of  Westminster  Hall  :  on 
which  occasion  he  I'ecords  "  His  Majesty,  when  at  a  private  audience  I  took  leave 
of  him,  expressed  himself  with  the  greatest  goodness  towards  me,  and  honoured  ma 
with  his  patent  to  take  place  for  life  next  to  his  Attorney-General.  Anno  set.  meae, 
47." — (Foss.)  Master  of  the  Rolls,  1750-54  ;  died  May  18,  1754,  and  was  buried  in 
the  Rolls  Chapel ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1727. 


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1713-1721 
High  Master  PHILIP  AYSCOUGH. 

Previously  Surmaster,  1685-1713 ;   Campden  Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School, 
1675,  which  see. 

Surmaster  1714        Clement  Tookie. 

Previously  Chaplain,  1702-14  ;  Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1696,  which  see. 

Sicrmaster  1719        Isaac  Steele. 

3Iichaclmas. 
Previously  Chaplain,  1714-19  ;  Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1705,  which  see. 

Chaplain  1714        Isaac  Steele. 

See  above. 

Cha/plai7i  1719         Hugh  Wyat. 

August  7. 
Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School ;  proceeded  to  Cambridge,  1714,  which  see. 


SCHOLARS. 
John  Escolme, 

Poor  Scholar  (otherwise  Porter  boy),i  1713-14  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge,  1714-21  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  up  to  1721  ;  B.A.  1718 ; 
benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  where  his  name  is  found  on  the  title-page 
of  a  folio  copy  of  Plutarch. 

Hugh  Wyat, 

Benet  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1718;  M.A.  1722;  Chaplain  of  St.  Paul's  School, 
1719-28  ;  Vicar  of  West  Ham,  Essex,  1727  ;  Rector  of  St.  Alphege,  London  Wall, 
1732-62  ;  his  library  was  sold  in  1762  ;  he  was  Steward  of  the  Feast  in  1728  ;  sub- 
scriber to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet ;  and  a  benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library. 

Thomas  Stephens. 

Benet  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1719  ;  M.A.  1723  ;  Fellow,  1722  ;  Rector  of  Sherfield, 
Hants  ;  and  Lecturer  in  the  New  Church,  Strand  ;  died  1747  ;  Steward  of  the 
Feast  1725. 

WilHam  Low  (Lowe), 

Benet  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1719  ;  M.A.  1723  ;  S.T.B.  1730  ;  Fellow  ;  Proctor, 
1727;  Rector  of  Stalbridge,  Dorset;  died  1750;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1728; 
subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Thomas  Price, 

PauUne  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge,  1715-24  ;  LL.B.  1722. 

David  Capon, 

Porter  boy,  1714-15  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  CoUege,  Cambridge,  1715-21  ; 
B.A.  1719. 

John  Ramsay, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1716;  B.A.  1720;  M.A.  1748. 

'  From  this  time  the  title  of  Porter  boy  is  substituted  in  the  Accounts  for  tliat  of 
Poor  Scholar.     His  annual  fee  was  £2. 


72  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [17 13-21 


Theodosius  Staige, 

Pauline  Exliibitioner,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  1716-18. 

John  Holland, 

Porter  boy,  1715-16  ;  Pauline  Exliibitioner,  Trinity  CoUege,  Cambridge,  1716-21 ; 
Perry  Exhibitioner  up  to  1721. 

Thomas  Hough, 

Porter  boy,  1716-17  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1717-24; 
B.A.  1721  ;  M.A.  1725  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  Preached  at  the  School  Feast,  1728  ; 
subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colct. 

Christopher  Morrison, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1717-24  ;  B.A.  1722  ;  M.A.  1728  ; 
VicarofHorndonontheHill,  1732  ;  resigned,  1738  ;  subscriber  to  Knight' sZi/co/Co/ei. 

John  Sadler, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1717-22. 

Samuel  Grove, 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  LL.B.  1724  ;  in  Holy  Orders  ;  of  East  Barnet,  Herts; 
died  1769,  aged  71  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1724. 

John  Capon, 

Fellow   Commoner  of  Trinity   College,    Cambridge;   LL.B.    1725  ;   subscriber  to 

Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 
John  Prise, 

Porter  boy,  1717-18. 
Henry  Panton, 

Campden   Exhibitioner,    Trinity  College,    Cambridge,    1718;    Perry   Exhibitioner, 
up  to  1725  ;  B.A.  1722  ;  M.A.  1735. 
Timothy  Crumpe, 

Son  of  Timothy  C.  of  Lugwardine,  Hereford  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge,  1718-24,  aged  18;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  up  to  1725;  Scholar  1720; 
B.A.  1722;  M.A.  1726;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1725-36;  Chajdain  of  St.  Paul's 
School,  1728  ;  High  Master,  1733  ;  died  (leaving  a  widow)  1737  ;  subscriber  to 
Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

John  Butler, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Benet  College,  Cambridge,  1718-24  ;  B.A.  1722  ;  M.A.  1726  ; 
Fellow  ;  Rector  of  Barton,  Cambridge,  1730  ;  of  King's  Teynton,  Devon  ;  of  Water- 
iugbury,  Kent,  1736  ;  of  Stockbury,  1737 ;  Prebendary  of  Canterbury,  1747 ; 
Steward  of  the  Feast,  1727. 

John  Ellis, 

Perry  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1722-25;  B.A.  1722. 

John  Smith, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  1719  ;  Perrv  Exhibitioner, 
1721-27  ;  B.A.  1722  ;  M.A.  1726  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colct. 

William  Wood, 

Porter  boy,  1718-19;  Pauline  Exliibitioner,  Chiist  Church,  Oxford,  1719-25; 
Matriculated,  April  14,  1720. 

John  Gibson, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Benet  College,  Cambridge,  1719-21  ;  in  Holy  Orders  ;  Steward 
of  the  Feast,  1727. 

Joseph  Key, 

Perry  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1722-27  ;  B.A.  1723  ;  M.A.  1727  ; 
a  benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  1728  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

John  Boyce, 

Porter  boy,  1719-20;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  1720-24; 
B.A.  1724. 

Thomas  Shard, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1721  (probably  Thomas  Shaw, 
Porter  boy,  1720-21). 


17 1 3-2 1]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  73 

The  following  Paulines  were   Scholars  of  Ayscough  or  Postle- 
THWAYTE,  or  in  some  cases  perhaps  of  their  predecessors  : — 

Timothy  Alleyn, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1710. 

Maurice  Atkins, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1711. 

Gabriel  Ayres, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1714. 

James  (?  Joseph)  Anderton, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1717  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

James  Brace, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1707  ;  benefactor  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  1678. 

Sir  Henry  Bendyshe, 

Son  of  Sir  John  B.  of  Steeple  Bumstead  ;  Baronet  ;  succeeded  his  father  in 
1706;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1708;  J.P.  and  D.L.  for  Essex;  died  1717,  without 
issue  male. 

Thomas  Barrow, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1708. 
Henry  Bull, 

Surgeon  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1708  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 

Thomas  Batson, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1709. 
John  Benson, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1711. 
Nathaniel  Blanford, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1712  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Robert  Brackley, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1714. 

Henry  Boone, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1715. 
John  Brace, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1715. 

John  Beth  ell, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1715. 

Stephen  Bateman, 

Captain  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1716. 
Charles  Blackstone, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1716. 
Edward  Blackstone, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1716. 

William  Brown, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1717. 

Edward  Bentley, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1717. 

Thomas  Slater  Bacon, 

Subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 
Thomas  Bradford, 

In  Holy  Orders  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

William  Bridges, 

Lincoln's  lun  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 


74  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL,  [17 13-21 

Charles  Browne, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1755. 

Thomas  Clarges, 

Son  of  Sir  Walter  C.  of  St.  Martin's  in  the  Fields  ;  Baronet ;  succeeded  his  father  in 
1705-6  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1709  ;  M.P.  for  Lostwithiel,  Cornwall ;  died  1759. 

Robert  Clarges, 

Half  brother  of  the  above  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1710. 

Eobert  Cooke, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1712. 

Richard  Clifton, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1713  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Gold  (but  not  marked 
there  as  a  Pauline). 

Anthony  Chamberlayn, 
Steward  of  the  Feast,  1713. 

William  Campbell, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1714. 

Thomas  Cook, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1714. 

Charles  Crumpe, 

Steward   of  the  Feast,   1715.       C.  C.  was  clerk  to  the   Mercers'  Company  ;   died 
1756. 

John  Chauncy, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1715. 

Thomas  Carter, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1715. 

Richard  Colet, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1717  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

John  Coppinger, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1724  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

William  Clarke, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1728  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

James  Button, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1714. 

Bartholomew  Dandridge, 
Steward  of  the  Feast,  1716. 

James  D'Argent, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1724  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Thomas  Dickson, 

-V   Subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Joseph  Downing, 

Subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Nicholas  Field, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1709. 

John  Fotherby, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1713. 

John  Gresham, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1708. 

Thomas  Gill, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1712. 


17 13 -2 1]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL. 


Joseph  Goddard, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1712. 

William  Glanville, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1716. 

Charles  Gardiner, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1723. 

John  Glanvil, 

Subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Maurice  Green, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1727. 

Thomas  Huxley, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1707  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Joseph  Hodges, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1709. 

Samuel  Haywood, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1709. 

Robert  Hulls, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1709. 

Humphrey  Hide, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1710. 

John  Hatley, 

Major  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1711  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

John  Hall, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1717. 

Samuel  Herring, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1723  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Kenrick  Hill, 

Steward   of  the   Feast,    1725  (probably  the  same  as  Kendal  Hill,   subscriber   to 
Knight's  Life  of  Colet). 

James  Heywood, 

Colonel  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1728. 

John  Jacob, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1711  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Edmund  Jeffery, 

Subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

John  Kersey, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1716. 

John  Knapton, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1724  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Francis  Loggin, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1717. 
Joseph  Major, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1711. 

Simon  Morse, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1711. 

Benjamin  Mawson, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1713. 
Benjamin  Marriott, 

Of  the  King's  Remembrancer's  Office  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1723  ;  subscriber  to 

Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 


76  SCHOLAKS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [17 13-21 

Kichard  Marriott, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1725  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

John  Marriott, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1728  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet ;  benefactor  to  St. 
Paul's  School  Library,  1690. 

Francis  Motteux, 

Subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet, 

Thomas  Norris, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1707. 

Gabriel  Neve, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1712,  possibly  the  same  as  WUliani  N.,  benefactor,  to  St.  Paul's 
School  Library,  1700. 

Peter  Normansel, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1713. 

Thomas  Needham, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1716. 

Henry  Newcome, 

Of  Hackney  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1725  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

John  Nicks, 

Bookseller  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Robert  Pawlet, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1707. 

Samuel  Palmer, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1709  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

George  Morton  Pitt, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1711. 

Sherard  Pickering, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1715. 
Leonard  Pead, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1715  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

John  Price, 

In  Holy  Orders  ;  of  Thetford,  Norfolk  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Richard  Rogerson, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1716. 

Thomas  Savage, 

Subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 
John  Smith, 

Subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Major  Snow, 

Subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 
Robert  Stevens, 

Middle  Temple  ;  subscriber  to  Kniglit's  Life  of  Colet. 
Robert  Swynborne, 

In  Holy  Orders  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Edward  Salisbury, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1728. 

Richard  Saunders, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1728. 

William  Tilson, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1707. 


I7I3-2I]  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  77 

Humphrey  Thayer, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1707. 

Benjamin  Tooke, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1708. 
Wilhani  Tyms  (Tinims), 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1709  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 

Thomas  Trenchfield, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1712. 

Charles  Townley, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1717. 

Eichard  Truby  (Trubey), 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1723  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 

George  Taylor, 

Vicar  of  Wymondham,  Norfolk  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Cold. 

Roger  Williams, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1707. 

Charles  Welham, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1710. 

Daniel  Wilcocks, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1712. 

Edmund  Wiseman, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1713. 

William  Willcocks, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1714. 

Richard  Wyld, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1714. 

Robert  Williams, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1717. 

Richard  Walter, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1724  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Robert  Ward, 

Subscriber  to  Knight's 'Zi/e  of  Colet. 

Hammond  Ward, 

Subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Thomas  Wotton, 

Subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colet. 

Allen  Webb, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1725 

Richard  Young, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1713 


78  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [i 721-33 


1721-1733 
High  Master         BENJAMIN  MORLAND. 

June  23,  1721. 

F.K.S.  (Marcli  1707)  ;  probably  the  author  of  the  Latin  Epigram  in  the  Prrces, 
signed  B.  M.  ;  died  October  9,  1733,  aged  80,  leaving  two  maiden- daughters 
Eliza  and  Hester. 

Surmaster  1721        James  Greenwood. 

Midsicm7ncr. 
Died  1737,  leaving  a  widow,  Susannah,  who  received  his  quarter's  salary,  Michaelmas, 
1737  ;    Author  of  the  Royal  English  Grammar,  which  went  through   many 
editions  beginning  before  1707  ;  The  Virgin  Muse,  A  Collection  of  Poems,  1717  ; 
and  the  London  Vocabulary,  English  and  Latin,  1735. 

Chaplaiii  Hugh  Wtat  {contimocd). 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School ;  proceeded  to  Cambridge,  1714,  which  see. 

Chaplain  1728         Timothy  Ceumpe. 

Subsequently  High  Master,  1733;  Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1718,  which 


SCHOLARS. 

Teal. 

Calvert. 

Dixon. 

Frost. 

Boddam. 

Carpenter. 

Richardson,  junior. 

Bat—  (?  Baker). 

John  Bott, 

Trinity   College,    Cambridge,    B.A.    1726 ;    Eector.  of  Spixworth ;    subscriber  to 


List  of  "absentes"  in  Roger  Pepys  his  Book, 
1722 ;  A  Latin  Grrxmrnar,  published  1721. 


Knight's  Life  of  Colct. 

John  Smith, 

Perry  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1724-27  ;  B.A.  1725  ;  Fellow  of 
Trinity. 

Charles  Bellinger, 

Porter  boy,  1721-22.     Canipden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1722. 

John  Clark, 

Son  of  John  C.  an  eminent  penman  (author  of  The  Penman's  Diversion,  1708,  &c.) ; 
Perry  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1726-30  ;  B.A.  1726  ;  acted  as 
Assistant  to  Benjamin  Morland,  just  before  his  death,  and  received  a  gratuity  of  £10  ; 
Chaplain  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1734  ;  Surmaster,  1738—1743,  when  he  died.  His 
administrator  was  Richard  Clark. 


1721-33]  SCHOLARS  OF'  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  79 

Stephen  Bolton, 

Porter  boy,  1722-23  ;  Benet  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1727  ;  M.A.  1731;  S.T.  P.  1739. 
George  Sheklen  (^Sheldon), 

Perry  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1726-31  ;  B.A.  1727  ;  M.A.  1737 

Yicar  of  Edwardstoue,  Suffolk,  1736-79. 

Jon.  Jones, 

Of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  subscriber  to  Knight's  Life  of  Colct. 
Charles  Pinfold, 

Trinity  Hall,   Cambridge,   LL.B.   1731;    LL.D.   1736;    Fellow  of  Trinity  Hall; 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1755. 

George  North, 

Entered  St.  Paul's  School,  1718,  left  May  1725  ;  Benet  College,  Cambridge, 
B.A.  1728  ;  M.A.  1744  ;  Vicar  of  Welwyu,  Herts,  1743  ;  of  Codicote,  Herts,  1743  ; 
eminent  antiquarian  ;  died  1772  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1757. 

James  Smyth, 

Perry  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1728-30  ;  BA.  1729  ;  M.A.  1733  ; 
probably  the  Porter  boy,  1723-24  (called  in  (a)  John  Smith). 

Henry  Hawes, 

Perry  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1728  ;  B.A.  1728  ;  M.A.  1730. 

William  Lord, 

Porter  boy,  1724-25  ;  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1729  ;  M.A.  1772. 
Thomas  Pearson, 

Porter  boy,  1725-26  ;  Benet  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1730  ;  M.A.  1734  ;  S.T.  P.  1742. 

William  Halliwell, 

Porter  boy,  1726-27  ;  Queens'  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1731. 

Robert  Curtis, 

Son  of  Edward  C.  of  Stanford,  Lincolnshire  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge,  1727,  as^ed  17  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1731-36  ;  Scholar,  1730  ; 
B.A.  1732  ;  M.A.  1736  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1735-41. 

Peter  Simon, 

Son  of  Peter  S.  of  Sheffield,  Yorks  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge, 1727,  aged  18  ;  Sub-Sizar  ;  Perrv  Exhibitioner,  1728-34  ;  Scholar,  1729  ;  B.A. 

1730  ;  M.A.  1734  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1733-43. 

John  Howess, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1727  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner, 
1729-34;  B.A.  1730. 

James  Postlethwayte,  " 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1729  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner, 
1731-32  ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1756. 

Richard  Smith, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1730 ;  Perry  Exhibitioner, 
1732-33. 

Thomas  Salmon, 

Born  at  Tiverton,  Devon  ;  Campden   Exhibitioner,    Trinity  College,    Cambridge, 

1731  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1733-40  ;  B.A.  1735  ;  M.A.  1739  ;  LL.D.  1749  ;  Vicar 
of  Tavistock,  Devon,  and  of  Whitechurch,  Salop  ;  Chaplain  to  the  Duke  of  Bed- 
ford, Lord-Lieutenant  of  Ireland  ;  Bishop  of  Ferns,  1758  ;  died  1759. 

Robert  Tomlinson  (Thomlinson), 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1732  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner, 
1734-41  ;  M.B.  1740  ;  M.D.  1766. 

George  Read, 

Perry  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1735  ;  B.A.  1736  ;  M.A.  1740. 

Edward  Jeffereys  (Jeffreys), 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  Collega,  Cambridge,  1733  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner, 
1735-41  ;  B.A.  1737. 


80  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1733-37 


1733-1737 
High  Master  TIMOTHY  CRUMPE. 

Before  ChrMmas  1733. 
Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1718,  which  see. 

Surniastcr  James  Greenwood  {continued). 

See  before,  1721—1733. 

Chaplain  1734        John  Clark. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1726,  which  see. 


SCHOLARS. 
Daniel  Bellamy, 

Porter  boy  (paid  £2  in  1737)  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge, 
1735  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1737-44  ;  M.  A.  (per  litt.  reg.)  1759 ;  subscriber  to  Knight's 
Life  of  Colet,  not  marked  however  as  of  "  St.  Paul's  School "  ;  Preached  at  the  Feast, 
1756  ;  Chaplain  of  Petersham  with  Kew,  and  Vicar  of  St.  Stephen's  in  St.  Albans  ; 
author  of  Twelve  Discourses  on  the  Truth  of  the  Christian  Religion  ;  A  Paraphrase 
of  the  Book  of  Joh  ;   The  Family  Preacher. 

Isaac  Davies, 

Porter  boy  (paid  £4,  i.e.  for  two  years,  in  1737)  ;  Benet  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1740. 

Edward  Venn, 

Eldest  son  of  Rev.  Richard  V.  of  London,  and  elder  brother  of  the  celebrated 
Henry  Venn  ;  admitted  Sizar  of  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  May  9,  1737, 
aged  20  ;  B.A.  1740  ;  M.A.  1744  ;  became  a  Physician  and  practised  at  Ipswich, 
Suffolk. 

William  Strahan, 

(Possibly  of  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  LL.B.  1742  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  Hall) ;  Steward 
of  the  Feast,  1755. 

James  Carrington, 

Porter  boy,  1728-33  (sic  in  a)  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  Perry  Exhibitioner, 
1736-41  ;  B.A.  1741  ;  M.A.  1747. 


1737- 4S]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  81 


1737—1748 
High  Master  GEORGE  CHARLES. 

February,  1737. 

Resigned  on  being  appointed  Secretary  to  the  Earl  of  Kochford,  Ambassador  to  the 
Court  of  Turin. 

Burmaster  1737        John  Clark. 

Michaelmas. 
Previously  Chaplain;  educated  at   St.   Paul's  School;    Perry  Exhibitioner,    1726, 
which  see. 

Surmaster  174-1        George  Thicknesse. 

Lady  Day. 
Previously  Chaplain  ;  subsequently  High  Master,  1748,  which  see. 

Chaplain  1737        George  Thicknesse. 

October  5. 
See  above. 

Chaplain  1744        Joshua  Tillotson. 

Lady  Day. 

Of  Yorkshire  ;  Caius  College,  Cambridge;  migrated  to  Emmanuel  College,  1734  ; 
B.A.  1735  ;  M.A.  1745  ;  subsequently  Surmaster  ;  died  in  1763,  and  was  buried 
at  St.  Augustine's,  August  24.     His  library  was  sold  in  1767. 


SCHOLARS. 

Thomas  Fairchild, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1739  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  Perry  Exhibitioner, 
1741-48;  B.A.  1743;  Rector  of  Pitsey,  Essex;  Preached  at  the  School  Feast, 
1757. 

Samuel  Ely, 

Perry  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1742-48;  B.A.  1744;  Usher,  St. 
Paul's  School,  1748-61  ;  died  as  Usher,  1761.  He  appears  to  have  been  occupying 
the  High  Master's  House  in  1752  (a.). 

Joseph  Fearon, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1740  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner, 
1742-47  ;  B.A.  1742  ;  M.A.  1748  ;  S.T.P.  1755  ;  Fellow  of  Sidney  Sussex  College  ; 
Preached  at  the  School  Feast,  1755  ;  Rector  of  Peasmarsh,  Sussex,  1760  ;  Chaplain 
to  the  Rt.  Hon.  Viscountess  Dowager  Irwin. 

Abraham  Barber  Pugh, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1741  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner, 
1742-48;  B.A.  1745;  M.A.  1750. 

Thomas  Hulley, 

Porter  boy,  1742-45. 


82  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL,  [1737-48 

William  Allen, 

Campdeii  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1744 ;  PeiTy  Exhibitioner, 
1744-51  ;  B.A.  1747  ;  M.A.  1751  ;  in  Holy  Orders,  Steward  of  the  Feast,  1755. 

John  Parkliiirst, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1756  ;  possibly  the  same  as  J.  P.  of  Clare  Hall,  Cambridge, 
June28, 1745;  B.A.  (6th  Wrangler),  1748;  M.A.  1752  ;  Fellow  of  Clare,  1751  ;  author 
of  a  Hebrew  Lexicon,  and  a  Greek  and  English  Lexicon  of  the  New  Testament. 

Richard  Roberts, 

Of  Bristol  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1749-51,  Jesus  College,  Oxford  (Servitor,  1745)  ; 
B.A.  1749  ;  M.A.  1759  ;  subsequently  High  Master  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1769  ; 
B.D.  and  D.D.  1773  ;  resigned  the  High  Mastership,  March  24,  1814  ;  died  1823. 

Richard  Swinfen  Edwards, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1749-56,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1753  ; 
M.A.  1756. 

Lord  Frederick  Campbell, 

Is  claimed  as  a  Pauline  by  Ackerman.  This  must  be  the  second  son  of  John, 
fourth  Duke  of  Argyll  and  Duke  of  Greenwich,  who  was  M.P.  for  Glasgow  in  1761, 
1768,  1774,  and  for  the  county  of  Argyll,  1780,  1784,  1790,_and  1796;  in  1763, 
Privy  Councillor  and  Keeper  of  the  Privy  Seal  for  Scotland  ;  in  1767  he  was  Chief 
Secretary  to  the  Lord  Lieutenant  of  Ireland,  and  M.P.  for  St.  Canice  in  that  king- 
dom ;  in  1768  he  became  Lord  Clerk  Ptcgister  for  Scotland  ;  1778,  Colonel  of  the 
Argyll  Fencibles  ;  1786,  Vice-Treasurer  for  Ireland  and  Member  of  the  Board  of 
Control ;  Treasurer  of  the  Middle  Temple,  1803  ;  died  June  8,  1816. 

John  Laurence. 

Son  of  Thomas  L.  of  Pennsylvania,  sent  from  Philadelphia  in  1739,  and  educated  at 
St.  Paul's  School,  and  afterwards  at  University  College,  Oxford  ;  Associate  Judge  of 
the  district  of  Pennsylvania  ;  married  Mary  Master,  sister  of  Mrs.  Penn. 

The  following  Paulines  were  Scholars  under  Dr.  Charles,  or  one  of 
his  predecessors : — 

Nathaniel  Bishop, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1755. 

Thomas  Benn, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1757. 

Richard  Neale  Badcock, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1757. 

John  Carr, 

Translator  of  Liician  ;  died  1807.  His  Lucian  was  published  by  T.  Longman  and 
W.  Flexney,  Vol.  I.  in  1775,  Vol.  II.  in  1779,  Vol.  III.  in  1786. 

Joseph  Champion, 

"Accomptant  and  Writing  Master  to  St.  Paul's  School"  (1751),  said  to  have  been 
partly  educated  at  St.  Paul's  School ;  he  was  the  author  of  several  "  alphabets"  or 
specimens  of  writing,  copies  of  which  are  preserved  at  the  British  Museum. 

James  Ducaue, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1756. 

George  Dennis, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1756. 

George  Dance, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1756. 

—  Denn, 

(Old  absence  list.) 


1737-48]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  83 

Ricliard  Fawson, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1755. 

Robert  Haynes, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1756. 

Herman  Henneker, 

M.D. ;  Steward  of  the  Feast,  17^57. 

D.  Hellachar. 

—  Handcock, 

(Old  absence  list.) 

William  Purcas, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1756. 

Joseph  Partington, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1756. 

—  Penzy, 

(Old  absence  list.) 

Alexander  Schomberg, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1755. 

Harry  Skey, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1757. 

—  Wroth, 

(Old  absence  list.) 

Richard  Windsor, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1755. 

Nathaniel  Worley, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1757. 

Walter  Wall, 

Steward  of  the  Feast,  1757. 

—  Young, 

(Old  absence  list.) 


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84  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1742 


1748—1769 
High  Master.       GEORGE  THICKNESSE. 

March  12,  1748. 

Born  circa  1713  ;  third  son  of  Kev.  John  Thicknesse,  Rector  of  Farthingoe,  North- 
ampton, and  brother  of  the  celebrated  Philip  Thicknesse ;  educated  at 
Winchester,  but  did  not  proceed  to  New  College  ;  he  became  Chaplain  of 
St.  Paul's  School  in  1737,  Surmaster  in  1745,  and  eventually  High  Master  in 
1748  ;  under  his  management  the  School,  which  had  declined  under  Dr.  Charles, 
was  rapidly  filled  up  again.  He  retired  in  1769  on  a  pension  of  100  guineas, 
and  went  to  live  at  the  house  of  his  friend  and  schoolfellow  "William  Holbech  of 
Mollington,  in  Warwickshire,  on  whose  death  he  removed  to  Arlescote,  where 
he  died  December  19,  1790,  in  his  77th  year.  His  bust  was  presented  to  the 
School  by  his  old  pupils  (see  Fasti  1791) ;  his  epitaph  is  said  to  have  been 
written  by  Sir  Philip  Francis. 

Surmaster  1748        Joshua  Tillotson, 

Aug^ist  19. 
Previously  Chaplain,  see  before,  1737-1748. 

Surmaster  1763        William  Kidek. 

Previously  Chaplain  ;  educated  at  Mr.  Watkin's  Academy  in  Spital  Square  ;  Jesus 
College,  Oxford ;  Scholar  1744-49  ;  B.A.  1745 ;  Chaplain  to  the  Mercers' 
Company  ;  Lecturer  of  St.  Vedast  Foster  ;  Curate  of  St.  Faith's  ;  allowed  to 
retii-e  in  1783  on  account  of  infirmities  ;  died,  March  30,  1785,  leaving  a 
widow,  Hannah  Eider,  who  received  an  allowance  from  the  Mercers'  Company 
till  her  death  in  1809.  Editor  of  the  Christian's  Family  Bible,  3  vols,  folio, 
1763-67. 

Usher  1748        Samuel  Ely. 

August  26. 
Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1742,  which  see. 

Usher  1761        William  Rider. 

September  4. 
Subsequently  Surmaster,  see  above. 

Usher  1763        Thomas  Higgins. 

Michaelmas. 
Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School,  see  Admissions,  January  20,  1752. 

The  Names  of  the  Boys  in  Paul's  School  upon  the  Foundation 
upon  the  16th  of  May,  1748. 

Delivered  by  Mr.  Thicknesse  this  3rd  of  November,  1748.^ 

,^   -n^  ^742 

Admitted. 

Jan.  11.     William  Roberts,  aged  9,  of  Chancery  Lane. 

1743 

Jan.     3.     Joseph  Robins,  aged  10,  of  Doctors'  Commons. 

^  Here  begin  the  Registers  of  Admissions,  preserved  at  Mercers'  Hall. 


1747]  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  85 


1745 

Admitted. 

Apr.  29.     John  Coleman,  aged  9,  of  Basing  Lane,  with  grandfather. 
May    6.     William  Sempill,  aged  9,  of  West  Smithfield,  with  grand- 
father. 
June  17.     William  Barnsley,  aged  9,  of  Bridgewater  Garden,  with 
father. 
Samuel  Barnesley,  aged  8,  of  Bridgewater  Garden,  with 
father. 
Jan.  11.     William  Smith.i 

„     14.     George  Hillier,  aged  11,  of  Friday  Street. 
„    28.     William  Yates.^ 
Feb.  10.     Thomas  Davis  Parker,  aged  8,  of  Paul's  Churchyard. 

1746 

Apr.  12.     Theophilus   Purser,  aged   8,   of  Red   Lyon   Court,   Fleet 
Street. 

Charles  Young,  aged  14,  of  Throgmorton  Street. 

William  Tyrrell,  aged  9,  of  Great  Queen  Street. 

Francis  Robins,  aged  9,  of  Knight  Rider  Street. 

William  Wetherell,  aged  12,  of  West  Smithfield. 

William  Stringer,  aged  12,  of  Drury  Lane. 

Matthew  Pugh.^ 

Captain,  1753-54 ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1754-61  ;  B.A.  1758  ;  M.A.  1761. 

George  Gillett,  aged  9,  of  Fleet  Market. 
George  Chidley,  aged  11,  of  Pall  MalL 
David  Parkinson,  aged  12,  of  Mansell  Street,  Goodman's 
Fields. 
Mar.  23.     Charles  Hall,  aged  10,  of  Symonds  Inn,  Chancery  Lane. 

•  1747 

Mar.  30.     John  Warner,  aged  11,  of  Bread  Street  Hill. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1755  (Ijut  his  name  does  not  appear  in  the 
School  Lists  after  1750)  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Ex- 
hibitioner, 1755-60;  B.A.  1758;  MA.  1761  ;  S.T.P.  1773;  Rector 
of  Hocl<cliffe  and  Chalgrave,  Beds,  1771  ;  Eector  of  Stourton,  "Wilts; 
Chaplain  to  the  English  Embassy  at  Paris  ;  died  1800  ;  author  of 
Metron  Aristoi),  &c. 

William  Wallis,  aged  11,  of  Ely  Court,  Hatton  Garden. 
Bartholomew  Lowe  (Low),  aged  9,  of  Drury  Lane. 
Richard  Trenance,  aged  10,  of  Charterhouse  Street. 
Dead  (sic  in  register). 

Anthony  Young,  aged  13,  of  Throgmorton  Street. 
John  Dell,  aged  7,  of  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Robert  Stringer,  aged  9,  of  Cheapside. 

These  four  were  admitted  iqion  the       nesse's  first  list  given  in,  which  is  entered 
Foundation,    and  omitted   in  Mr.  Thick-       in  fo.  1  of  this  Book."  (Note  in  Register.) 


,, 

16. 

June 

i    3. 

» 

16. 

)> 

17. 

>> 

25. 

Dec. 

11. 

Jan. 

22. 

Feb. 

3. 

Apr. 

24. 

„ 

29. 

June 

=  30. 

July 

7. 

„ 

8. 

,, 

13. 

86  SCHOLAES  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1747 

Admitted. 

July  20.  George  Spiltimber,  aged  7,  of  Plough  Court,  Fetter  Lane. 

Oct.     9.  George  Steward  (Stewart),  aged  12,  of  Wine  Office  Courtj 

Fleet  Street. 

Jan.  18.  Charles  Turner,  aged  12,  of  Hatton  Garden. 

„    26.  Thomas  Gibbons,  aged  13,  of  Temple. 

Feb.  12.  John  Oswin.i 


1748 

Apr.  27.     Shadrach  Windsor,  aged  8,  of  Throgmorton  Street. 
May  16.     Richard  Cliverdon,  aged  11,  of  Union  Court,  Holborne. 

The  Register  of  the  Children's  Names  admitted  upon  the  Foundation 
of  Paul's  School. 

William  Dunster,  Esq.,  Survey  or- Accountant. 

Elected  June  16,  1748. 

June  29.     Samuel   Nicoll   Edlyne  (Edlyn),  son  of  Mr.  E.  of  India 
House. 

John   Hale    (Hall),    son  of   ,    oylman,    against   New 

Church,  Strand. 
John  Eyles,  with  Capt.  Burrish. 

Name  erased — "  his  father  desires  him  not  to  be  on  the  Foundatiou," 
left  in  Vlllth,  in  the  course  of  1753. 

Aug.  31.     Stephen   Savignac,    aged    11,    with   Mr.  Guydott   of  the 

Temple. 
Sept.   2.     Charles  Randall,  aged  14,  son  of  Samuel  R.  of  St.  Clement's 
Churchyard. 
John  Calcroft,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  C,  victualler,  of  Ivy 
Lane. 
„       6.     John   Atkinson,   aged    11,   son    of    John    A.,   oylman,  of 
Ludgate  Hill. 
John  Williams,  with  Captain  Burrish. 
„     21.     Joseph   Roberts,  aged  11,  son   of  ]\Ir.   R.,  apothecary  in 
Christ's  Hospital. 
Oct.     7.     Francis  Altham  Cumberlege,  aged  8,  son  of  Mr.  C,  linen- 
draper,  Newgate  Street. 
William    Stone,   aged    8,    son    of    Mr.    S.,    merchant,   in 
Bartholomew  Close. 
„    14.     William   Milns  Whitaker,  aged   12,  son  of  John  W.,  of 

Brook's  Market,  Holborne. 
„    21.     John  Boyer,  aged  14,  son  of  Jonathan  B.,  dyer,  of  Ivy 
Lane. 

Vide  Order,  October  21,  1748,  For  payment  of  the  Gratuitys  to  the 
several  Masters. 

*  See  Note,  page  85. 


SCHOLARS  OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  87 


George  Frederick  Pisley  (Piesley),  aged  9,  son  of  John  P., 

Fountain  Court,  Cheapside. 
John  Soldon,  aged  11,  son  of  Francis  S.,  St.  Giles's  in  the 

Fields. 

"  Never  came  to  be  admitted,"  April  4,  1749. 

Francis  Soldon,  aged  7,  son  of  Francis  S.,  St.  Giles's  in  the 
Fields. 

"  Never  came  to  be  admitted,"  April  4,  1749. 

Page  Godfrey,  aged  7,  grandson  of  Nicholas  Page,  steward 
of  the  Middlesex  Hospital. 

Mr.  Godfrey,  who  is  frequently  mentioned  in  the  life  of  Sir  Ph. 
Francis  as  his  schoolfellow  and  companion  in  travel  (177'2),  is  there 
called  Daniel  ;  this  Page  Godfrey  is  in  the  Vlllth  with  Francis,  and 
probably  is  the  one  referred  to. 

Kobert  Atcherson  (Atchison),  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  A.,  of 

Kirby  Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
Joseph   Wagster,   aged   12,  son  of  Joseph  W.,  of  Brown 

Street,  Sloorfields. 
William  Champante,  aged  10,  son  of  Sussanna  C,  widow, 

of  Whitechapel. 

Captain  in  the  4th  (Green)  Regiment  of  City  Militia,  1778. 
Robert    Kerry,   aged    9,    son  of  Fox    K.,  grocer,    in    the 

Strand. 
John  Mathews,  aged  12,  son  of  John  M.,  Fetter  Lane. 
Lewis   Villette,  aged   8,    son    of  Rev.   Lewis   V.,   of  St. 

Alphage. 
Joseph  How,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  late  of  St.  Bride's. 
William  Hawes,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  of  IsUngton. 
M.D.  ;  founder  of  the  Eoj'al  Humane  Society  ;  died  1808. 

Thomas  Clark,  aged  8,  son  of  John  C,  of  Brown  Street, 

Moorflelds. 
Henry  Wick  steed,  aged  10,  son  of  John  W.,  gold  beater, 

of  Holborn. 
Thomas  Wicksteed,  aged  12,  son  of  John  W.,  gold  beater, 

of  Holborn. 
John  Levick,  aged  7,  son  of  John  L.,  of  Salisbury  Court. 
Robert  Thomas  Bostock,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  Red 

Cross  Square. 
Thomas  Willson,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  Grey's  Lm 

Lane. 
John  Roberts,  aged  7,  son  of  Edward  R.,  Long  Acre. 
Robert   Garter  (Carter),  aged    10,  son  of  Robert  G.,  St 

Clement's  Churchyard. 
Henry  Robinson  Yarp,  aged  13,  son  of  Amy  Y.,  Dogwell 

Court,  Fleet  Street. 
Thomas  Jones,  aged  16,  son  of  Thomas  J.,  near  The  Garth 

in  Brecknockshire. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  1753-55. 

William   Hutton  Clendou,  aged   12,  son  of  —  C,  widow, 
Holborne. 


88  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1748 

Admitted. 

Nov.  11.     John  Wagster,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  W.,  Brown  Street, 

Moorfields. 
Samuel   Marr,  aged   8,  son   of  William  M.,  Featherston 

Street,  Finsbuiy. 
Michael  Hutton,  aged   10,  son  of  Michael  H.,  shipwright, 

of  Limehouse  Bridge. 
Kobert   Harris,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  H.,  of  the  Stamp 

Office. 
John  Dodd,  aged  10,  son  of  John  D.,  of  Exeter  Change 

Court,  Strand. 
John  Williams,  aged  6,  son  of  John  W.,  grocer,  of  White- 
cross  Street, 
Michael  Rimmer,  aged  12,  son  of  William  R.,  of  the  Stamp 

Office. 
Daniel    Barber,   aged  11,  nephew   of  Daniel   Bentley,  in 

Sweeting's  Alley. 
John    Warburton,   aged    14,   son  of   John  W.,  Somersett 

Herald. 
Attorney  at  Law,  practising  in  Dublin  ;  married  1754. 

Henry  Maidstone  Farmer,  aged  13,  son  of  John  F.,  of 
Cheshunt,  gent. 

Appears  head  of  the  Sixth  Class  at  the  Apposition,  June  1749, 
(there  being  no  Seventh  or  Eighth  Class)  ;  was  Captain  of  the  School  at 
the  Apposition  of  March,  1749  and  1750  (O.S.),  and  1752  (N.S.)  ; 
Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Queens'  College,  Cambridge,  April  11,  1751  ; 
but  died  1752. 

Joshua  Davies,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  Clerkenwell 

Close. 
George  McDonald,  aged  12,  son  of  Peter   McD.,  Chelsea 

College, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1752  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1754-60;  B.A.  1757. 

Samuel  Hay  ward  Browne,  aged  11,  son  of  John  B.,  haber- 
dasher, Smithfield. 

James  Roy,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  R.,  Durham  Yard, 
Strand. 

James  Hardy,  aged  13,  with  Thomas  Roy, 

John  Newsham,  aged  7,  son  of  Henry  N.,  Blackman  Street, 
Southwark. 

William  Newman,  aged  9,  son  of  Elizabeth  N.,  Sermon 
Lane,  Doctors'  Commons. 

James  Darwell  (Darvell),  aged  11,  son  of  John  D.,  Henley, 
Oxfordshire. 

John  Sage,  aged  8,  son  of  John  S.,  haberdasher,  Cheapside. 

Isaac  Sage,  aged  7,  son  of  John  S.,  haberdasher,  Cheapside. 

Joshua  Toulmin,  aged  8,  son  of  Caleb  T.,  Aldersgate 
Street. 

Subsequently  the  Rev.  Joshua  Toulmin,  of  Taunton  (Disney's  Life 
of  Syl-cs). 
Richard  Hale  (Hall),  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  H.,  of  Ewer 
Street,  in  the  Park,  Southwark. 


1748]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  89 

Admitted. 

Nov.  11.     Robert   Bo  wring,  aged   10,  son  of  Robert   B.,  of  Upper 
Moorfields. 
James    Grignion,    aged   9,    with   his  grandfather,   Russell 
Street,  Covent  Garden. 

Campden   Exhibitioner,   1757  ;  Trinity  College,  CaniLridge  ;   Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1760-64. 

„    18.     Thomas  Leming,  aged  10,  son  of  Edward  L.,  of  Chancery- 
Lane. 

Richard  EUile,  aged  12,  son  of  William  E.,  of  Ship  Yard, 
Temple  Barr. 

James  Taylor,  aged  7,  son  of  William  T.,  of  Round  Court, 
Strand . 

Thomas  Sebastian  Mason,  aged   9,  son  of  Abraham   M., 
reedmaker,  of  Spitalfields. 

John  Kettelby,  aged  8,  son  of  James  K.,  apothecary,  of 
Cateaton  Street. 
„    25.     John  Waterhouse,  aged  10,  son  of  Joshua  W.,  of  Bow 
Lane. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,   1757  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1760-6i;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.)  1761. 

Thomas  Brooksby,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  scalemaker, 

of  Wood  Street. 
James  Nelson,  aged  9,  son  of  James   N.,  victualler,    of 

Green  Street,  Holborn. 
Thomas  James,  aged  12,  son  of  Arthur  J.,  carpenter,  of  St. 

Andrew's,  Holborn. 
Thomas  Heblethwhite,  aged  9,  son  of  Nathaniel  H.,  of  Greys 

Inn  Lane. 
Nicholas  Daniel  MuUer,  aged  8,  son  of  Dotleff  M.,  without 

Bishopsgate. 
William  Hubbald,  aged  9,  son  of  W^illiam  H.,  linendraper, 

without  Bishopsgate. 
Alexander  Lewellin  (Llewellin),  aged  10,  son  of  Rees  L., 

cheesemonger,  Theobalds  Row. 
George  Owen,  aged  10,  son  of  John  0.,  Great  Carter  Lane. 
James  Edlestone,  aged  10,  son  of  John  E.,  New  Street, 

Shoe  Lane. 
Thomas  Robins,  aged  9,  Belle  Sauvage  Yard. 
„    30.     William  Roberts,  aged  9  (Mr.  Deputy  Daye). 
Dec.     2.     Charles  Spendelow,  aged  8,  son  of  Charles  S.,  engraver, 

late  of  Whitefryars. 
George  Nelson,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  N.,  of  Aldermanbury. 
William  Prothero,  aged  9,  son  of  John  P.,  taylor,  of  Love 

Lane,  Billingsgate. 
WilUam    Phillips,  aged   11,   son  of   Charles    P.,  fan-stick 

maker,  of  Hoxton. 
Samuel  Gregge,  aged  10,  son  of  Ralph  G.,  broker,  of  Budge 

Row. 
Richard  Hewitt,  aged  11,  son  of  Jane  H.,  of  Red  Lyon 

Street,  Clerkenwell. 


90  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [174S 

Admitted. 

Dec.    2.     John  Smith,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  bricklayer,  of 

Falcon  Court,  Southwark. 
Thomas  Oliver,  aged.  12,  son  of  Mathew  O.,  shoemaker, 

of  Holborne. 
Kobert  Godfrey,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  G.,  late  of  Cradle 

Court,  Red  Cross  Street. 
Edward  Quincey,  aged  10,  son  of  William  Q.,  of  Purpoole 

Lane,  Holborne. 
Joseph  Marchet    (Merchant),    aged  10,    son  of   Isaac   M., 

peiTike  maker,  of  Dagget  Court,  Moorfields. 

See  Merchant  Taylors'  Kegister,  1747. 

„  9.  Mathew  Wyatt,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  carpenter,  of 
Great  Queen  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 

William  George,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  shoemaker, 
Cow  Cross. 

Henry  Therond  (Terond),  aged  11,  at  John  Lewis's,  School 
Master,  Little  Queen  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 

Son  of  Isaiali  T.,  of  London  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1753  ;  Trinity 
College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1754-60  ;  Scholar  1756  ; 
B.A.  (6th  Senior  Op.)  1757  ;  M.A.  1760  ;  Fellow,  1758-82  ;  Junior 
Treasurer,  1768-81. 

John  Spavan,  aged  10,  son  of  George  S.,  pamphlett  seller, 
against  St.  Clement's  Church  in  the  Strand. 

John  Lewis,  aged  9,  son  of  John  L.,  of  Little  Queen  Street, 
Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 

Pauline   Exhibitioner,  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  1755. 

Dimmock   Allen,  aged  9,  son   of  Francis  A.,   victualler, 

Purpool  Lane,  Holborne. 
Jan.  13.     Henry  Peter  Lemay,  aged   12,  son  of   Daniel  L.,  Brown 

Street,  Moorfields. 
Samuel  Jewster,aged  12,  son  of  George  J., Grey's  Inn  Passage. 
Robert  Pritchard,  aged  15,  son  of  Robert  P.,  Red  Lyon 

Street,  Whitechapel. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1753  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1754-60;  Scholar,  1756;  B.A.  1757;  M.A.  1760; 
Fellow,  1758-63  ;  Vicar  of  Blythe,  Notts. 

Thomas  Clark  (Clarke),  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  C,  Bride- 
well Precinct. 

Thomas  Fowler,  aged  7,  son  of  William  F.,  tallow  chandler, 
of  the  Old  Change. 

Joseph  Mills,  aged  10,  son  of  Daniel  M.,  of  Vine  Street, 
Hatton  Garden. 

Thomas  Gibbon,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  of  Moorfields. 

"  Apprenticed  "  in  the  course  of  the  year  1748-49. 
John  Gibbon,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  of  Moorfields. 
Thomas  Darley,  aged  9,  son  of  Peter  D.,  shemff's  officer, 

of  Holborne. 
Edmund  Cleark,  aged  10,  son  of  Edmund  C,  of  Coldbath 

Fields. 
Arthur  Newton,  aged  7,  son  of  John  N.,  u^jholder,  Coveut 

Garden. 


1749]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  91 

Admitted. 

Jan.  13.     John  Biddle,  aged  12,  son  of  Sarah  B.,  widow,  Mumford's 

Court. 
John  Any  on,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  Theobald's  Court, 

Theobald's  Row. 
Richard  Pyne,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  P.,  Southampton 

Row,  Bloomsbnry. 
Thomas  Lane,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  late  of  Paul's 

Chain,  Doctors'  Commons. 
Edward  Samuel  Curtis,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  C,  Brick 

Lane,  Old  Street. 
Robert   Wetherell,   aged    10,  son   of  Robert   W.,  of  the 

Minorys. 
Jonathan  Vincent,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard  V.,  gent,  Covent 

Garden. 
Peter  Vitu  (Vity),  aged  10,  of  New  Inn. 
Thomas  Rogerson,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  R.,  watchmaker, 

Swithin's  Lane, 
William  Cooke,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  C,  Gutter  Lane. 
David  Brady,  aged  9,  hatter,  under  the  Exchange. 
John  Knight,  aged  9,  son  of  Foster  K.,  carver,  Little  Queen 

Street. 
George  Kitching  (Kitchin),  aged  10,  son  of  George   K., 

taylor,  Great  Queen  Street. 
Pendock    Clark    Price,    aged    8,    son   of   Thomas   P.,    of 

Cornhill. 
William  Jenks,  aged  10,  son  of  Mark  J.,  of  Brook  Street, 

Holborue. 
Arnold  Finchett,  aged  7,  the  Corner  of  St,  Paul's  Church- 
yard. 
Mar.  20.     John  Pitcher,  aged  10,  son  of  Jane  P.,  turner,  of  Clare 

Street,  Clare  Market. 
Edward  Pitcher,  aged  9,  son  of  Jane  P.,  turner,  of  Clare 

Street,  CHare  Market. 
,,    21.     Herbert  Jones,  aged  9,  son  of  Herbert  J.,  gent,  Compton 

Street.     (Dr.  Ayscough.) 

1749 

Apr.     7.     Thomas  Child,  aged  12. 

William  Parsons,  aged  13,  son  of  William  P.,  carpenter. 

College  Hill. 
Thomas  Martin,  aged  10,  son  of  William   M.,  silk   dyer. 

Bow  Lane. 
James  Merriweather,  aged  11. 

Did  lie  ever  enter  ?  his  name  is  not  fonnd  in  the  School  List  for 
1749.      See  Merchant  Taylors'  Eegistor,  1747. 

Thomas  Dodson,  aged  10,  son  of  William  D.,  distiller,  late 

of  Windmill  Street. 
Henry  Hughes,  aged  12,  son  of  John  H.,  of  Liverpool. 


92  SCHOLARS  OF   ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1749 

Admitted. 

Apr.    7.     Edward  Spencer,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  carrman,  Vine 
Yard,  Miuorys. 
William  Biggleston,  aged  10,  son  of   Thomas  B.,  of   the 

Custom  House. 
Abraham  Biggleston,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  of  the 

Custom  House. 
Henry  Garden,  aged  9,  son  of  Philip    G.,  goldsmith,    of 
Paul's  Churchyard. 
May     5.     John  Waterman,    aged    12,  with    Samuel    Godfre}',  wine 
cooper,  Crutched  Fryars. 
„    26.     William  Heath,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  farrier.  Broad  Street. 

"  Not  j'et  qualified." 

John  Eaton,  aged  7,  son  of  Aaron  E.,  shoemaker.  Chancery 

Lane, 
June    2.     Henry  Dallway,  aged    11,   son  of  Alexander    D.,  late   a 

Lieutenant  in  the  Army. 
John  Warren,  aged  12,  son   of   Edward  W.,  hotpresser, 

Aldermanbury. 
James  Purkis,  aged  13,  son  of  Eobert  P.,  victualler.  Fleet 

Market. 
Thomas  Olivant,  aged  6,  son  of  Thomas  O.,  of  Boult  Court, 

Fleet  Street. 
Elias  Fassett,  aged  8,  son  of  Elias  F.,  upholder,  Holborne. 
John    Gale,   aged    11,    son    of   Nathaniel   G.,   upholder, 

Houndsditch. 
Enoch  James,  son  of  William  J.,  St.  James's  Market. 
Josias  Turges,  aged  11,  son  of  Josias  T.,  Coldbath  Fields.^ 

Mk.  John  Purcas,  Surveyor-Accowptant. 

June  23,  1749. 

Henry  Maidstone  Farmer,  Ca2Jtai)i. 

Admitted  November   11,    1748. 

June  23.     Henry  John  Maskall,  aged  11. 
„    26.     Richard  Yates,  aged  9. 

Robert  Willis,  aged  13,  son  of  Robert  W.,  of  Dorchester. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambiidge,  1754;  B.A.  1758. 

July    8.     John  Blacknoe,  aged  11. 

Charles  Warner,  aged  11,  son  of  the  Rev.  Ferdinando  W., 

Rector  of  Queenhythe. 
Joseph  Hibbert,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  of  St.  Vadast  parish. 
John  Marsh,  aged  9,  son  of  John  M.,  cheesemonger,  late  of 

the  Strand. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1758  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1761-64  ;  Scholar,  1759  ;"B.A.  (Junior  Op.)  1762  ;  M.A. 
17C5  ;  Fellow,  1764-84  ;  Junior  Dean,  1774-76. 

'  P:iid  to  Ifr.  Thicknesse  (June  24, 1749)       number  of  Scholars  into  the  lower  classes, 
for  some  extraordinary  assistance  given  the       £6  6?.  (a.). 
Under  Master  on  the  admission  of  a  great 


1749]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL  93 


Admitted. 

July  28.     Robert  Paltock,  aged  12,  son  of  Robert  P.,  of  Clement's  Inn. 
Aug.    7.     George  Ellis,  aged  11,  sou  of  George  E.,  attorney,  of  Grey's 
Inn  Lane. 
Thomas  Pestill,  aged  11,  son  of  —  Pestill,  widow. 
Allan  Eccles,  aged  9,  son  of  Rev.  Samuel  E.,  of  Bethnal 
Green. 

Allan  Harrison  E.,  Porter  boy,  1757-58  ;  Tauline  Exhibitionor, 
1758  ;  Brasenose  College,  Oxford  ;  Church  Scholar,  1757  ;  B.A.  1761  ; 
M.A.  1764  ;  Post  Fellow,  1764  ;  Rector  of  St.  Mar^',  Stratford-le- 
Bow,  1771  ;  died  September,  1801. 

Sept.  21.     Henry  Davenport,  aged  10,  son  of ,  widow,  of  Wood's 

Close. 
William  Matkins,  aged  12,  son  of  Susa.  M.,  pawnbroker, 

Goswell  Street. 
Miles  Stanley,  aged  11,  son  of  William  S.,  Change  Court, 

Exeter  Change. 
Oct.     3.     William  Wright,  aged   11,  son  of  Jonathan  W.,  baker,  of 

East  Smithfield, 
Charles  Bunno,  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Charles  Stott,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  S.,  hosier.  Bishops- 
gate  Street. 
Elliot   Taylor,   aged    8,   son    of    Jasper   T.,  watchmaker, 

Holborne. 
James  Godwin,  aged  10,  son  of  Alexander  G,,  merchant, 

Garlick  Hill. 
Peter  Gordon,  aged  10. 
Griffith  Roberts,  Chancery  Lane. 

Nov.  10,     John  Smart,  aged  8,  son  of ,  barber,  in  Little  Britain. 

Beveridge  Clendon,  aged  12,  son  of  the  Rev.  —  Clendon. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1757  ;  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  left 
1760. 

Robert  Ashby,    aged    11,  son  of  Robert  A.,  Well  Close 

Square. 
Dormer    Fynes,    aged     12,     at    Mr.     Fynes,  jeweller,   in 

Laurence  Lane. 
Benjamin  Vernon  Cole,  aged  10,  near  Christ's  Hospital. 
Thomas   Robinson,    aged    10,    son    of    Bartholomew    R., 

tinman,  Grey's  Inn  Lane. 
Christopher    Cotterell,   aged     9,    son   of    Christopher    C, 

silversmith,  of  Foster  Lane. 
Dec.     8.     William   Minims,  aged    10,  son  of  Joseph   M.,  victualler, 

of  White  Chapel. 
Thomas  Branson,  son  of  Richard  B. 
Jan.  19.     William   Bott,   aged    10,   son   of    William    B.,   baker,   of 

Pannier  Alley. 
Thomas  Wright,  aged  11,  son  of    William    W.,    sergeant 

in   the  3rd  Regiment  of   Foot  Guards,   Duchy    Lane, 

Somersett  House. 
Thomas   Wells,    aged    9,    son    of    Sarah    W.,    widow,    of 

Fenchurch  Street. 


94  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1750 

Admitted. 

Jan.  19.     Edmund  Natervall,  aged  12. 

Feb.  16.     Thomas  Richardson,  aged  8,  son  of  John  R.,  grocer,  of 

Cursitor  Street,  Chancery  Lane. 
Mar.    2.     Charles  Walls,  aged  7,   son  of  Charles  W.,  coffeeman,  of 

St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 

1750 

Mr.  Stevens  Totton,  Stirveyoo'-Accountant. 
Henry  Maidstone  Farmer,  Captain. 

Admitted  Novemler   11,    1748. 

Apr.  24.     Henry  Waite,  aged  12,  son  of  Robert  W.,  toyman,  against 
Bow  Church. 
William  Ayrton,  aged  8,  Wardrobe  Court,  Doctors' Commons. 
Joseph    Williams   Sumner,  aged   9,   son   of    William   S., 

perriwig  maker.  Castle  Yard,  Holborne. 
Robert  Brampton,  aged  15.^ 

Captain,    1752-53  ;    Pauline  Exhibitioner ;   Trinity  College,    Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1754  ;  left  College,  1754. 

May  18.     Thomas  Petchey,  aged  10,  son  of  John  P.,  Well  Yard,  near 

St.  Bartholomew's  Hospital. 
July     6.     John  Howes,  aged  9. 

Thomas   Bond,  aged   10,  son  of  John  B.,  apothecary,  of 

Cambridge. 
John  Hague,  aged  8,  son  of  Sarah  H.,  of  Staining  Lane. 
Sept.    7.     John   Townes,   aged  10,  son   of  John  T.,  peruke  maker, 

Newgate  Street. 
John  Banks,  son  of  Benjamin  B.,  hatter, St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 
William  Packer,  son  of  William  P. 
William  Webb,  aged  10,  Hart  Street,  Co  vent  Garden. 
James  Webb,  aged  9,  Hart  Street,  Covent  Garden,  (father 

and  mother  both  dead). 
James  Witherstone,   aged  11,    son  of    James   W.,   clerk, 

Staines,  Middlesex. 
John  Durant,  aged   10,  at  Mr.   Emerson's,  Little   Kirby 

Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
Samuel  Minchener,  aged  12,  son  of   Samuel   M.,   watch- 
maker, Tart's  Court,  Smithfield. 
Richard    Bunting,  aged    10,  son   of   Susanna   B.,    Kirby 

Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
James   Carter,   aged   10,    son   of   Robert   C,   porter,   St. 

Clement's  Churchyard. 
Charles  Edward    Beresford,    aged    9,   son    of  William   B., 

taylor,  White  Hart  Yard,  Drury  Lane. 
„     21.     John  Chandler,  aged  10. 

^  No  Porter-boy  appears  in  the  Accounts       appears  to  have   been  always  Porter-boy, 
from  1745  to  1753,  when  Robert  Brampton       except  in  the  case  of  Ecclea,  1757-58. 
held  the  post  ;  from  that  time  the  Captain 


1 75 1]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  95 

Admitted. 

Sept.  21.     William  Law,  aged  10,  son  of  ,  taylor,   Vine   Street, 

near  St.  Martin's  Lane. 
Oct.   19.     John  Hewett,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  of  Clerkenwell. 

„    23.     Noel  Whiting,  aged  11,  son  of ,  upholsterer,  Watling 

Street. 
James    Russell,    aged    11,   son   of    Charles   R.,    smith,    of 
Coleman  Street. 
Nov.    6.     Abel  Kettelby,  aged  8,  son  of  James  K.,  apothecary,  of 

Cateaton  Street. 
Dec.  18.     Thomas   Collins,    aged    12,   son   of    Henry    C,    Doctors' 
Commons. 
„    20.     John  Grove,  aged  9,  son  of  Theos.  G.,  of  the  Company. 
Jan.   15.     John  -Williams,  aged  10,  son  of  Evan  W.,  Anker  Street, 
Spitalfields. 
George  Cock,  aged  12,  son  of  David  C,  Piccadilly. 
Joseph  Bartlett,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  B.,  Basing  Lane. 
William  Lloyd,  aged  10. 

John  Houghton  Farrer,  aged  10,  son  of  William  F.,  car- 
penter, Bow  Lane. 
Charles   Rogers,   aged  12,  son  of  William  R.,  grocer,  of 
Tokenhouse  Yard. 

Boys  not  on  the  Foundation  in  the  year  1750  (O.S.) : — 

John  Eyles,  left  in  1753-54. 

Thomas  Hopkins,  left  in  1754-55. 

Henry  Jarvis,  left  in  the  course  of  1751. 

John  Taylor,  left  in  the  course  of  1751. 

William  White,  left  in  the  course  of  1751. 

Thomas  Landseer,  left  in  the  course  of  1751. 

Henry  Smith,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  May  17, 1751. 

William  Edward  Islington,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation, 

September  7,  1751. 
James  Tibbatt,  left  in  the  course  of  1751. 
William  Langdale,  left  in  the  course  of  1751. 
Thomas  Slayter,  left  in  the  course  of  1751. 
William  Pittman,  left  in  the  course  of  1751. 

1751 

Mr.  Richard  Chauncy,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
Henry  Maidstone  Farmer,  Captain. 

Admitted  November  11,  1748. 

Apr.  12.     WilUam  Gretton,  aged  15,  son  of  John  G.,  gent,  of  Bond 
Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1754  ;  Peterhoiise,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Senior 
Op.),  1758  ;  M.A.  1761  ;  Vicar  of  Littlebury  and  Saffron  Walden, 
Essex;  appointed  Master  of  Magdalen  College,  1797  ;  Archdeacon  of 
Essex  ;  Prebendary  of  St.  Paul's  ;  died  1813,  aged  78. 


9fi  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1751 

AchnUlcd. 

Apr.  12.     Barnard  Gregory. 

See  Merchant  Taylors'  Eegister,  17i8. 

Henry  Shipton  Cawne,  aged  9,  son  of  William  C. 
„    21.     ArcLibald  Hamilton,  aged  10,  son  of  Archibald  H.,  printer, 
of  St.  Bride. 

Lewis  Hoffman,    aged    9,  son  of  ,  shoemaker,  Shire 

Lane. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1760  ;  Jesus  College,  Oxford ;  Scholar, 
1763-70  ;  B.A.  1764  ;  M.A.  1767. 

„    26.     Horatio  Pitcher,  aged   9,   son   of  Jane   P.,    turner,    Clare 
Market. 
INIay     1.     Thomas  Shields,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  waterman,  at 
Somersett  House. 
Charles  Shields,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  waterman,  at 

Somersett  House. 
William  Debenham,  aged  9,  St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 
,,     17.     Philip  Pitman,  aged  10,  with  Mr.  Oldershaw,  in  Turnbull  St. 
William  Evans,  aged  8,  son  of  Eliza  E.,  Carter  Lane. 
Henry    Smith,   aged  12,  son  of   William    S.,    apothecar}'. 
Doctors'  Common.s. 

Mr.  Joseph  South,  Surveyor-Accountant. 

June  22.     Ralph  Phelps,  aged  11,  son  of  Ralph  P.,  attorney,  of  Lyon's 

Inn. 
William  Langdale,  aged  8. 
Henry   Skinner,    aged    12,    son  of    Mr.    Deputy    Skinner, 

Poultry. 
Joseph  Mackglashan,  aged  10,  son  of  Patrick  M.,  surgeon,  of 

Moorfields. 
Neil  Mackglashan,  aged  9,  son  of  Patrick  M.,  surgeon,  of 

Moorfields. 
Humphry    Skelton,    aged    10,    son    of    Humphry    S.,    of 

Barbacan. 
Atwood  Wigzell,  aged  8,  son  of  Atwood  W.,   Rector   of 

Saunderstead,  Surry. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1761  ;  Hertford  College  (Hart  Hall),  Oxford  ; 
left  College,  1765. 

John    Green,    aged    10,    son    of    George    G.,   apothecary, 

Croydon,  Surry. 
Philip  Rosenhagen,  aged  14,  son  of  Mrs.  R.,  Isleworth. 

Captain,  1754-55  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner  ;  St.  John's  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  B.A.  (9th  Wrangler),  1760  ;  M.A.  1763  ;  Fellow  of  St.  John's  ; 
Rector  of  Mountuessing,  Essex,  1765  ;  became  cliaplaia  to  a  regiment, 
and  married  a  sister  of  Mrs.  Grosvenor.  In  1770  he  answered  Dr. 
Johnson's  pamphlet  called  Tlic  False  Alarm.  He  is  said  to  have 
endeavoured  to  persuade  Lord  North  that  he  was  Junius,  hoping  to  get 
a  pension  by  undertaking  to  write  no  more  ;  but  it  is  certain  from 
Francis'  letters  that  he  was  abroad  during  a  great  part  of  the  Junius 
period  ;  in  1772  he  was  living  a  dissolute  life  in  Paris.  He  is  said  to 
have  refused  to  marry  the  Prince  of  Wales  to  Mrs.  Fitzherbert.  About 
1797  he  was  sent  out  as  Ai'chdeacou  of  Colombo  to  Ceylon,  where  he 
died  in  September,  1798. 


1752]  SCHOLAES  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  97 

Admitted. 

June  22.     Thomas  Slaughter,  aged  9. 

Sept.   7.     John  Wells,  aged  13,  son  of  John  W.,  jeweller,  Cheapside. 
William  Islington,  aged  12,  with  Mr.  Lloyd,  associate  to 

Lord  Justice  Willes. 
William    Broadbent,   aged    10,   son   of  Samuel   B.,  at  the 

Auditor's  Office  in  the  Excise  Office. 
Samuel  Leigh,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  L.,  warehouseman, 
at  the  Ship  in  Milk  Street. 

Left  in  the  course  of  the  year,  but  appears  again  as  admitted, 
January  24,  1753,  his  age  remaining  the  same. 

Thomas  Denham,  aged   8,  son   of   Thomas   D.,  attorney, 

Aldersgate  Street. 
Thomas   Williams,    aged    11,   son   of   Thomas    W.,   Salter, 

Thames  Street. 
William  Keighley. 
Nov.  22.     Henry    Sampson    Woodfall,    aged    12,    son    of  Henry  W., 

printer,  of  Paternoster  Row. 

Left  in  1754  ;  was  a  shareholder  in  the  Public  Ledger,  and  (in  com- 
bination with  his  father)  manager,  jirinter,  and  publisher ;  he  was 
]mnter  of  the  Public  Adrcriiscr,  and  it  seems  impossible  to  doubt  that 
if  Francis  was  Junius,  Woodfall  knew  it  ;  he  died  December  12,  1805, 
aged  66. 

William  Todd,  aged  7,  son  of  Charles  T.,  Windmill  Hill. 

Charles  Blanchard,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  B.,  watchmaker, 
of  Bartlett's  Buildings. 
Dec.     4.     Oliver  Cromwell,  aged  9,  son  of  Mary  C,  widow,  of  Pater- 
noster Row. 

Thomas    Cromwell,    aged    8,    son    of   Mary    C,  widow,  of 
Paternoster  Row. 


1752 

George  Philips,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomazine  P.,  founder,  in 

Hound  sditch. 
Henry  Bolton,  aged  12,   son  of  John  B.,  Bedford  Court, 

Red  Lyon  Street. 
Thomas  Higgins,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  Paternoster 

Row. 

Captain,  1756-58  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner ;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1761-65;  B.A.  1762;  M.A.  1775; 
appoiated  Usher  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1763  ;  resigned,  1782. 

Charles  Woty,  aged  11. 

Thomas  Westley,  son  of  John  W.,  coachmaker,  of  Pall  Mall. 

Bryan  Rushworth  Thompson,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  R., 

chairmaker,  of  Ewers  Street,  Southwark. 
Felix  Finley,  aged  10,  son  of  James  F.,  of  Laurence  Lane. 
John  Gough,  aged  11,  son  of  Cornelius  G.,  victualler,  of 

Brook's  Market. 
Joseph  Baskcomb,  aged   12,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  hosier,  of 

Crow^n  Courts  St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 

H 


98  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1752 

Admitted. 

Jan.  20.^     Peter  Crow,  at  Mr.  Leigh's  in  Milk  Street. 

James  Wetlierell,  son  of  Robert  W. 

William    Strong,   aged    13,    son  of  Francis   S.,  hosier,  of 
Barbacan. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1758  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1760-63  ;  Scholar,  1759  ;  B.A.  1762  ;  M.A.  1765  ; 
Fellow  of  Trinity,  1763-68. 

„     21.     Nathaniel  Adams,  aged  8. 

George  Westron,  aged  11,  son  of  George  W.,  hatter  and 
hosier,  of  the  Strand. 
„     24.     William  Trahearn,  aged   8,  son  of  William  T.,  hatter,  of 

St.  Thomas's,  Southwark. 
„     31.     Samuel  John  Surridge,  aged  8,  son  of  George  S.,  coffeeman, 
of  Chancery  Lane. 
John  Parker,  aged  8,  son  of  James  P.,  of  Milford  Lane, 
St.  Clement's. 
Feb.  21.     Richard  Pinchback,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  of  Barge 
Yard,  Bucklersbury. 
„     28.     John  Potts,  aged  10,  nephew  of  Mr.  Richardson,  druggist, 
Holborne. 
Gregory  Wilder,  aged  10,  son  of  John  W.,  Carter  Lane. 
Thomas  Hide,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  of  Cambridge. 
William  Batteson,  son  of  George  B.,  of  St.  Clement's. 
Mar.     6.     John  Hossack,  aged  7,  son  of  James  H.,  peruke  maker, 
against  Surrey  Street  in  the  Strand. 
Charles  Rivingtou  Hopson,  aged  8. 
„     13.     Francis   Richardson,   aged   8,    son   of    John    R.,    Cursitor 
Street. 
Thomas  Cowper,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  C,  gent,  of  the 

Middle  Temple. 
Richard  Brocas,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard  B.,  tobacconist,  of 
Bread  Street. 

Boys  admitted,  not  on  the  Foundation,  1751-52  : — 

John  Hale,  left  in  1752-53. 
Maynard  Torine,  left  in  1754-55. 
Joseph  Stansbury,  left  in  1752-53. 
Thomas  Lewis,  left  in  1752-53. 
Francis  Chambers,  left  in  1753-54. 

Mr.  Robert  Stebbing,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
Robert  Brampton,  Captain. 

Admitted  April  24,  1750. 

April   3.     John  McDonald,  aged  9. 

Robert    Nash,    aged   10,    son    of  N.,    leather   dresser,  of   j 
Blackfryars. 

1  Here  the  Register  changes  from  Ohl  to  New  Style. 


1753]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  99 

Admitted. 

Ajinl    4.     Thomas  Barnard,  aged  8,  son  of  Sacheverell  B.,  stationer, 
Mitre  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
„      9.     William  Constable,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  C,  of  Leather 

Lane. 
„    10.     John  Gilbert  Hunt,  aged  8,  son  of  John  H.,  of  the  Corn 

Meeter's  Office,  Tower  Street. 
„    24.     John  Hoskar,  aged  12,  son  of  John  H.,  of  the  Cross  Keys, 
Smithfield. 
Middleton  Wilmott,  aged  8,  Lamb's  Conduit  Passage,  Red 
Lyon  Square. 
„    30.     Thomas  Eling,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  E.,  peruke  maker, 
Water  Lane. 
Nathaniel    Cooke,    aged    10,    son    of  Sarah    C,    of  the 
Minories. 
;Mny     8.     John  Rutlidge,  aged  10,  son  of  Ann  R.,  of  Dean's  Court, 
St.  Martin' s-le-Grand. 
John  Lawford  Penrice,  aged  11,  son  of  Isaac  P. 
„    29.     John  Hillier,  aged  9,  grandson  of  Mr.  Stephens,  carpenter. 
William  Mansfield  Williams,  aged  9,  son  of  Martha  W.,  of 

St.  Sepulchre's. 
Samuel  Ryley,  aged  7,  son  of  Samuel  R.,  stationer,  of  the 

Temple. 
William  Higgs,  aged  12,  son  of  William  H.,  Knightrider 
Street,  Doctors'  Commons. 
June  12.     Adrian   Eastwick,    aged    9,    son   of  Henry    E.,    Crutclied 

Fryars. 
Aug.    4.     Thomas  Cope,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  C,  of  the  Swan,  in 
Smithfield. 
Jasper  Taylor,  son  of  Jasper  T.,  coachmaker,  of  St.  Andrew, 

Holborne. 
Francis  Goodson,  aged  10,  son  of —  G.,  at  Mr.  Hopkins's, 

in  Little  Distafi:"  Lane. 
Gilbert  Filkin,"  aged  14,  son  of  Richard  F.,  of  the  Cursitor's 
Office,  Chancery  Lane. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,   Cambridge,   1756  (?);  B.A. 
1778. 

Oct.     2.     James  South,  aged  13,  son  of  William  S.,  teller  at  the 
Bank. 

„      6.     William  Francis,  aged  16,  son  of ,  of  Great  Russel 

Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  1756  ;  left  1757. 

William  Chilcott,  aged  16,  son  of  Rev.  Dr.  C,  of  Brentford. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Christ's  College,  Cambridge,  1756  ;  B.A.  1759. 

Thomas  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  S.,  jeweller,  Forster 
Lane. 
„    18.     Joseph  Hornby,  aged  13,  son  of  Joseph   H.,  of  the  Pipe 
Office,  Gray's  Inn,  and  of  New  Ormon  Street. 
William  Hornby,  aged  12,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  of  the  Pipe 
Office,  Gray's  Inn,  and  of  New  Ormon  Street. 

H  2 


100  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1752 

Admitted. 

Oct.  26.     John  Wilmot,  aged  12,  son  of  William  W.,  hosier,  Norfolk 
Street. 

„    28.     Eubert  Spencer,  aged  8,  son  of ,  at  the  Greyhound,  in 

Smithfield. 
Joseph  Baxter,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  wine  cooper, 
of  Cullum  Street. 
Nov.    1.     Carew   Saunders,  aged   12,   son  of  Thomas    S.,   attorney, 
Croydon,  Surry. 
„    23.     John  Warman,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  victualler,  of  Puddle 
Dock. 

1753 

Jan.      5.     William  Woodley,  aged  8,  son  of  Wm.  W.,  taylor,  Norfolk 
Street. 
„    10.     John    Denham,    aged   7,  son   of  Thomas  D.,   attorney,  of 

Aldersgate  Street. 
„    12.     Jacob  Wakelin  Horae,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  H.,  broker,  of 

Red  Cross  Street. 
„     24.     Morris  Huston,  aged   11,  son  of  John  H.,   shoemaker,  of 
Blackfryars. 
Samuel  Leigh,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  L.,  of  Milk  Street. 
Thomas  Gough,  aged  10,   son  of  Thomas  G.,  late  of  the 
Inner  Temple. 
Feb.  27.     Thomas  Denham,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  of  Aldersgate  Street. 
Mar.  13.     William  Simons,  aged  9. 

„     17.     Philip    Francis,  aged   12,  son  of   Rev.  Philip  F.,  South- 
ampton Street,  Covent  Garden. 

Captain,  1755-56  (he  was  probably  a  lioarJer  in  the  house  of  Mr. 
Ely,  the  Usher  ;)  ou  leaving  the  School  he  entered  the  office  of  the 
Secretary  of  State  ;  ai)pointed  to  the  "War  Office,  1763  ;  one  of  the 
Members  of  Council,  Bengal,  1773  ;  his  opposition  there  to  Wan'en 
Hastings  is  a  matter  of  history,  as  also  the  part  whicli  he  subsequently 
took  in  the  impeachment  of  the  Governor-General  ;  he  was  Member  of 
Parliament  for  various  borouglis  from  1781  to  1806  ;  in  1806  he  was 
invested  with  the  Order  of  tlie  Bath  ;  he  died  in  1818  ;  he  was  the 
aiithor  of  numerous  political  si)eeches  and  pamphlets,  and  is  generally 
admitted  to  have  the  best  claim  to  the  authorship  of  the  celebrated 
Letters  of  Junius 

„    20.     George  Dunch,  aged   10,  son  of  George  D.,  goldsmith,  of 

Mile  End. 
William    Williams,    aged   12,  son  of   Evan  W.,    of  Field 

Lane,  Holborne. 
„    15.     William  Ellis,  aged  8. 

Boys  admitted,  not  on  the  Foundation,  1752-53  : — 

John  Harris,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  5,  1753. 
Johnson  Farrant,  left  1754-55. 
Thomas  Lewis,  left  1753-54. 
John  Farrant,  left  1754-55. 
John  Baker,  left  1757-58. 


1753]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL  101 

Admitted. 

James  Bourchier,   admitted  on    to  the  Foundation,  July 

24,  1753. 
William  Barrisford,  left  1753-54-. 
Joseph  Chetwood,  admitted  on  to  the   Foundation,  May 

10,  1753. 
John  Ellis,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  5,  1753. 
Thomas  Laurence,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April 

5,  1753. 
James    Keighly,   admitted    on   to    the  Foundation,    April 

5,  1753. 

Mr.  Timothy  Helmsley,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
Matthew  Pugh,  Captain. 

Admitted  December  11,  1746. 

April  5.     William  Markham,  son  of  William  M.,  painter. 

John  Harris,  aged  14,  son  of  John  H.,  cyder  merchant,  of 

Croydon. 
John  Ellis,  aged  10,  son  of  John  E.,  attorney,  of  Grey's  Inn 
Lane. 

Canipden   Exhilutioner,    Trinity   College,    Cambridge,    1762  ;   left 
College,  1764;  LL.B.  1770. 
Thomas  James   Lawrance,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  of 

Ludgate  Street. 
James    Inglish    Keighly,   aged    6,   son  of  Thomas  K.,    of 

Paul's  School, 
Thomas    Netherclift,    aged    10,    son    of    Eachael    N.,    of 

Shorter' s  Court,  Throgmorton  Stz'eet. 
William  Bird,  aged  8,  son  of  John  B.,  officer  of  the  excise, 

of  Saffron  Court,  Saffron  Hill. 
Thomas   Ward,   aged   9,    nephew   of    Samuel    Gibbs,   in 
Nicholas  .Lane. 
6.     John  Wall,  aged  7,  son  of  Charles  W.,  coffee-house,  of 
St.  Martin' s-le-Grand. 
Ptichard  Parkes,  aged  10. 
May     5.     Robert   Allen,    aged  8,  son    of  Joshua  A.,  staymaker    of 
Charles  Street,  Covent  Garden. 
George    William    Stoughton,    aged    9,    son    of    Wm.    S., 

apothecary,  of  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
John  Duddell,  aged  9,  son  of  John  D.,  broker,  of  Hatton 
Garden. 

Pauline  Exliibitioner,  Pembroke  College,  Oxford,  1762  ;  B.A.  1765  ; 
M.A.  1768. 
James  Taylor,  aged  11,  son  of  James  T.,  milliner,  of  Scroops 
Court,  Holborn  Hill. 
„      7.     John  Coward,  aged  9,  son  of  Sarah  C,  widow,  of  Chancery 
Lane. 
10,     Joseph    Chetwood,    aged    14,    nephew    to    Jonathan    C, 
silversmith,  of  Addle  Hill,  Doctors'  Commons. 


102  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1753 

Admitted. 

May  21.     Robert  Bailey,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  B.,braizer,  of  Torney- 
gone  Lane,  Snow  HilL 
„     25.     John  Archdekin,  aged  8,  at  Mr.  Alsop's,  Doctors'  Commons. 
Peter  Lowle,  aged  10. 
June  20.     John   Briscoe,   son    of    Mrs.   B.,    housekeeper,    Somerset 
House. 
Thomas  Briscoe,  son  of  Mrs.  B.,  housekeeper,  Somerset 
House. 
„    23.     Thomas   Ellis,   aged   8,   son   of  David    E.,   victualler,   of 
Knightrider  Street,  Doctors'  Commons. 
Charles    Stayner,    aged    5,    son    of    Anthony   S.,   watch- 
maker, in  Ave  Mary  Lane,  Ludgate  Street. 
July    G.     John    Tompkins,    aged    10,   son   of  Jane   T.,    bricklayer, 
Coleman  Street. 
„    1 3..     Colston  Carr,  aged  1 2,  son  of  Rev.  Robert  C,  of  Twickenham. 
Pauline  Exhibitioner,  St.  Jolm's  College,  Cambridge,  1758  ;  Gower 
Exhibitioner,  1757  ;  LL.B.  1772. 

Moses  Johnson,  aged  10,  son  of  Moses  J.,  framework  knitter, 

St.  John  Street,  Clarkenwell. 
George  Ainge,  aged  7,  son  of  Oliver  A.,  attorney,  Brook 
Street,  Hatton  Garden. 

„    24.     Joseph  Smith,  aged  10,  son  of ,   writing-master,  of 

Christ's  Hospital. 
James  Bourchier,  aged  11. 
Sept.  11.     John   Allner,  aged  9,  son   of  James  A.,  hoop-bender,  in 
Castle  Street,  Long  Acre. 
„     18.     James    Carnegy,   aged    11,   son    of   John    C,   printer,   of 
Salisbury  Court. 
Thomas  Cox  Sergrove,  aged  9. 
William  Sergrove,  aged  7. 

Captain,  1762-63  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ; 
B.A.  1766;  M.A.  1769;  Fellow;  B.D.  1778;  Master  of  Pembroke, 
1782;  D.D.  1789;  died  1796. 

Oct.   20.     Francis  Ashton,  aged  10,  son  of  Edmund  A.,  hairseller,  of 
Chea}3side. 
„    30.     John  Newman,  aged  7,  at  Mrs.  Angel's,  Warwick  Lane. 

Elias  Simmons,  aged  9,  son  of  John  S.,  plaisterer,  of  Cow 

Cross. 
Joseph  Cock,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  C,  Highgate. 
Isaac  Pitcher,  aged   9,  son  of  Jane  P.,  cheesemonger,  of 
Clare  Street. 
Nov.    6.     James  Sibbald,  aged  10,  son  of  Mr.  S.,  of  the  Company. 
„     13.     Samuel  Cary,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  Cary,  of  Maiden 

Lane,  Covent  Garden. 
,     22.     William  Perry,  aged  7,  son  of  Ann  P.,  widow,  of  Chiswick. 
Dec.     8.     William  Miller,  aged  11,  St.  John  Street. 

Thomas  Dale,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  of  Gerrards  Hall 

Inn. 
George  Burk  Glass,  aged  13,  son  of  Hannah  G.,  Tavistock 
Street,  Covent  Garden. 


1754]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  103 

Adiiiittcd. 

Dec.     8,     William  Weaver,    aged    9,    son  of  John    W.,   vintner,  of 

Smithfield. 
Jeremiah  Reason,  aged  12,  son  of  Jeremiah  R.,  bookseller, 

Fetter  Lane. 
William  Reason,  aged  8,  son  of  Jeremiah  R.,  bookseller. 

Fetter  Lane.     * 
Robert  Emmot,  aged  9,  son  of  Wm.  E.,  hatmaker,  of  the 

Bun-ough  of  Southwark. 

He  presented  to  the  School  Library  in  1759  the  MS.  of  Dean  Colet's 
abstract  of  the  Hierarchies  of  Dionysius. 


1754 

Jan.    14.     Joseph  Downes,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  D.,  watchmaker, 
Clerkenwell. 
Charles  Green,  aged  7. 
Joseph  Ashbury,  aged  10. 
„    21.     William  Lindeman,  aged  11,  son  of  Wm.  L.,  clerk  of  the 
Prerogative  Office. 
Feb.     2.     John  Fortescue  Aland,  aged  14,  son  of  John  Fortescue  A., 

apothecary.  Grey's  Inn  Lane. 
Mar.    4.     Robert  Read,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  R.,  clothworker,  Osier 
Lane. 
Daniel    Pilkington,   aged    9,    son    of    Thomas    P.,    taylor, 

Blackfryars. 
John  Godfrey,  aged  11,  son  of  John  G.,  jeweller,  against 

the  London  Hospital,  Whitechapel  Road. 
William  Godfrey,  aged  8,  son  of  John  G.,  jeweller,  against 
the  London  Hospital,  Whitechapel  Road. 
„    14.     Moses  Colley,  aged  14,  son  of  Rev.  Hugh  C,  of  Stepney. 

Panline  Exhibitioner,  Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  1758  ;  Henley  and 
Stoddart  Scholar,  1760  ;  B.A.  1762. 

Boys  admitted,  not  on  the  Foundation,  1753-54  : — 

William   Chaddocke,    left   the    School    in    the   course    of 

1755-56. 
John  Umfreville,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March 

4,  1755. 

Me.  George  Major,  SurvcTjor-Accounfard. 
Philip  Rosenhagen,  Captain. 

Admitted  June  22,  1751. 

Apr.  29.     Thomas   Freeman,    aged   8,   son   of  Thomas   F.,  "Black 
Raven,"  Fetter  Lane. 
Samuel  Sympson,  aged  10,  son  of  Isaac  S.,  stationer. 
William  Wightman,  aged  14,  son  of  William  W. 
Joseph  Wightman,  aged  12,  son  of  William  W. 


104  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1754 

Ad^nitted. 

Apr.   29.     Abraham   Low,  aged  11,  son  of  ,  hog  butcher,  Old 

Street. 
„     30.     Stephen  Tunks,  aged  8,  son  of  Stephen  T.,  victualler, 
of  Kensington. 
May     6.     Thomas  Halliday,  aged  11,  son  of  Peter  H.,  carpenter,  of 
St.  Bride's. 
Joseph  Crook,  aged  7,  son  of  Joseph  C,  grocer,  of  Fleet 

Market. 
Thomas  Wilkinson,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  taylor,  of 

Albemarle  Street,  Clerkewell 
Anthony  Merryfield,   aged   8,  son  of  Eliza   M.,  of  Fleet 
Street. 
„     21.     Joseph  Starkey,  aged  7,  son  of  Joseph  S.,  of  St.  Paul's 
Churchyard. 
William   DavenjDort,   aged   11,   son   of  William   D.,   gent, 

of  White  Cross  Street. 
James  George  Wilson,  aged  9,  son  of  James  W.,  shoemaker, 

of  Shire  Lane,  Temple  Barr. 
Bartholomew  Shorey,  aged  10,  son  of  Pyke  S.,  wine  cooper, 
Southampton  Buildings,  Holborne. 
June  28.     Zechariah  Cave,  aged  9,  son  of  William  C,  coi^persmith,  of 
Smithfield. 
Robert  Lloyd,  aged  10,  son  of  James  L.,  bookseller,  near 

Blackfriars. 
John  Ashford,   aged   11,   son  of  Elizabeth  A.,  chandler's 

shop,  in  Brook's  Market. 
William    Waller,    aged    10,    son    of    the    Rev.    John   W., 

{deceased). 
Thomas  Leonard  Vaughan,  aged  11,  son   of  Edward  V., 
fanmaker,  Cornhill. 
July    9.     Joseph  Gribble,  aged  12,  son-in-law  of  Adam   Robinson, 
greengrocer.  Bell  Yard,  Temple  Barr. 

Pauliue  Exhibitioner,  Emmanuel  College,   Cambridge,  1759,  sizar, 
entered  as  Josiah  G.  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1763  ;  M.A.  1766. 

John    Holland,  aged  7,   son    of   William   H.,   oylman,  of 

St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
„     12.     Thomas  Merriton,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  silversmith, 

of  Wood  Street, 
Benjamin    Clarke,  aged  8,  son  of   Mrs.    Clarke,  toyshop, 

Coldbath  Fields. 
„     29.     John  Jackson,  aged  7,  son  of  John  J.,  of  Clerkenwell  Green. 
James  Winch,  aged  11,  son  of  James  W.,  ironmonger,  of 

King  Street. 
William  Plummer,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  P.,  draper  and 

taylor,  of  St.  Clement's  Danes. 
Sept.    6.     Richard    Rooke,  aged  10,  son   of  Richard    R.,  farrier,  of 

Sali.sbury  Court. 
Jeremiah  Taylor,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  T.,  of  Smith's 

Court,  Holboine. 


I7S5]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  105 

Admitted. 

Sept.    6.     William  Reason,  aged  11,  father  and  mother  dead,  nephew  of 

William  Taylor,  woodmonger.  Swan  Yard  in  the  Strand. 

Oct.      1.     Francis  Fisher,  aged  11,  son  of  Deborah  F.,  lighterwoman, 

of  Garlick  Hill. 

Charles  Cock,  aged  8,  son  of  David  C,  coal  merchant,  of 

Scotland  Yard*. 
Nathaniel  Hudson,  aged  10,  son  of  Nathaniel  H.,  perriwig 

maker.  New  Street,  Fetter  Lane. 
Edward    Hughes,    aged    10,    son    of    Edward    H.,    Royal 
Exchange  Coffeehouse. 
„     29.     Mathew    Brown,    aged    8,    son    of  Robert    B.,  printer,   of 
Windmill  Court,  Pye  Corner. 
John  Penny,  aged  12,  son  of  John  P.,  near  St.  Clement's 

Church,  Strand. 
Henry  Finch,  aged  10. 
Dec.     6.     WilUam   Heme,  aged   8,   son   of  Basil    H.,  attorney,   of 
Paternoster  Row. 
Richard  Wilkins,  aged  IG,  son  of  Richard  W.,  at  —  Hazels, 
Esq.,  Bethnell  Green. 
„     20.     George  Nodes,  aged  11,  son  of  John  N.,  distiller,  of  St. 
John  Street. 

1755 

Jan.     9.     Abraham  Saffell,  aged  7,  son  of  Joseph  S.,  barber,  of  St. 

Mary  Ax. 
Thomas  Jarvis,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  J.,  butterseller, 

New  Market,  Fleet  Ditch. 
Feb.     1.     William  Lewas,  aged  11,  son  of  William  L.,  of  St.  Dunstan's 

Alley,  near  Tower  Street. 
John  Search,  aged  11,  son  of  George  S.,  messenger  to  the 

Commissiouers  of  Sewers,  of  Mile  End. 
William  Quick,  aged  10,  son  of  William  Q.,  at  the  Piince 

of  Orange's  Head,  near  Whitechapel  Fields. 
John  T wells,  aged  7,  son  of  John  T.,  of  Wood  Street. 
„     11.     John  Brownrigg,  aged  8,  son  of  James  B.,  printer,  of  Britain's 

Court,  Water  Lane,  Fleet  Street. 
George  Langford,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  L,,  Excise  Office. 
Anthony  Larrett,  aged  9,  son  of  Elizabeth  L.,  widow,  of 

Angell  Street,  St.  Martin' s-le-Grand. 
„     24.     John  Patterick,  aged  9,  son  of  John  P.,  Excise  Office. 

Charles  Lister  Richardson,  aged  7,  son  of  John  R.,  grocer, 

of  St.  Andrew,  Holborne. 
Thomas   Tilt,  aged  10,  son   of  ,  at  the  King's  Head 

Tavern,  Fleet  Street. 
Thomas  Paterson,  aged  8,  son  of  Andrew  P.,  of  the  Cloysters, 

Smithfield. 
Robert  Tamer,  aged    10,  son   of  Robert  T.,  staymaker,  of 

Holborne.  in  St.  Giles's-in-the-Fields. 


SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1755 


26.     Edward  D'Oyly,  aged  11,  sou  of  Thomas  D'O.,  attorney,  of 
Grey's  Inn. 
William  Ashwood,  aged  9,  son  of  Benjamin  A. 

28.     George  Hoffman,  aged  10,  son  of ,  of  Sheer  Lane. 

Richard  Troughton,  aged  12,  son  of  Zouch  T.,  attorney, 
late  of  Green  Lattice  Lane. 
;h  4.     John  Umfreville,  aged  13,  son  of  William  U.,  attorney,  of 
Crane  Court,  Fleet  Street. 

Boys,  not  on  the  Foundation,  admitted  1754—55  : — 

William  Thatcher,  left  1755-56. 

Edward  Smith,  left  1756-57. 

William  Dean,  left  1755-56. 

James  Dean,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  June  20, 1755. 

Joseph  Pratt,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  9, 1756. 

Mk.  Rowland  Winn,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
Philip  Francis,  Captain. 

Admitted  March  17,  1753. 

16.     John  Platel,  aged  14,  son  of  the  Rev.  Peter  P.,  of  Enfield. 
18.     John  Glassby,  aged  9,  son  of  George  G.,  chandler's  shop,  of 

Kirby  Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
11,     William  Glassby,  aged  8,  son  of  George  G.,  chandler's  shop, 
of  Kirby  Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
Thomas  Hurd,  aged  9,  son  of  Hannah  H.,  vintner,  of  Fore 
Street. 
20.     Joseph  Malpas,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  M.,  jeweller,  of  Wood 
Street. 
James  Dean,  aged  11,  son  of  James  D.,  distiller,  of  Alders- 
gate  Street. 
Southerton  Backler,  aged  9,  son  of  Southerton  B.,  apothecary, 
of  Aldermanbury  Postern. 

Apparently  became  a  Navy  Accomptant  and  resided  at  Apothecaries' 
Hall  ;  see  the  admission  of  his  son  John,  August  1790,  and  of 
Sotherton,  March  13,  1809. 

Arthur    Atkins,   aged    8,    son    of    Edward    A.,    gent,    of 

Westminster. 
,15.     Robert  Cawne,  aged  8,  son  of  William  C. 

John  Willoughby,  aged  7,  son  of  John  W.,  tallow  chandler, 

Sermon  Lane,  Doctors'  Commons. 
John  Higgins,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  tinplate  worker. 
Charles  Fonnereau,  aged  10,  son  of  Claudius  F.,  D.D. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1762  ;  but  died 

in  1763. 
Edward  Vaughan,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  V.,  fanmaker,  of 

Cornhill. 
Thomas    Gwynn,   aged   11,   son  of  Rebecca  G.,   of  Cary 

Street. 


I7S6]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  107 

Admitted. 

Sept.  15.     William   Harris,    aged   9,   son    of   William   H.,   carpenter, 
St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Thomas  Matchwicke,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  currier,  of 

Shoe  Lane. 
William  Walton,  aged  9,  son  of  Benjamin  W.,  of  St.  Mary  Ax. 
Paul  Humphry es,  dged  11,  son  of  Edward  H.,  sugar  baker, 

of  Little  Queen  Street. 
Philip  Wickstead,  aged  8. 

Richard  Boteler,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard  B.,  of  Fenchurch 
Street. 
„     24.     John  Twells,  aged   7,  son   of  John   T.,  hosier,  of  Wood 
Street. 
Nov.    C.     John  Hughes,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  H.,  coffeeman,  of 
Threadneedle  Street. 
John  Royle,  aged  8,  of  Wood  Street. 
Joshua  Pearson,  son  of  John  P.,  iiiholder,  of  St.  John's, 

Clerkenwell. 
John  Hagan,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H.,  of  Salisbury  Court, 

Fleet  Street. 
Thomas  Griffiths,  aged  15,  son  of  Thomas  G. 
„     28.     Thomas  Thompson,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  T.,  cutler,  of  Ivy 
Lane. 
Dec.     2      Creswell  Hunt. 
„      10.     Thomas    Greening,  aged    10,    son   of   William    G.,    cyder 
merchant,  of   Glasshouse  Street,  Burlington  Gardens. 


1756 

Jan.  27.     John  Hawkins,  aged  16,  son  of  Rev.  Francis  H.,  rector  of 
Higham  Gobion,  Bedfordshire. 

Captain,  1758-59  ;    Pauline  Exhibitioner,   Peterliouse,   Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  (9th, Wrangler),  1763;   M.A.  1766;   Fellow. 

John  Fernihaugh,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  F.,  warehouse- 
man, of  Cold  Bath  Fields. 

James  Ward,  aged  7,  son  of  James  W.,  butcher,  of  Clare 
Market. 

Thomas  Lane,  aged  7,  son  of  William  L.,  gent,  of  Castle 
Yard,  Holborne. 
Feb.     4.     Thomas  Shad,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  butcher. 

John  Duddle,  aged  9,  son  of  John  D.,  broker,  of  Hatton 
Garden. 

John  D.  was  admitted  in  1753  ;  in  the  1756  list  this  boy  appears 
as  James  D. 

George    Patrick,    aged    8,    son   of  Thomas  P.,  farmer,  of 
Markstey,  near  Colchester. 
„     12.     Samuel  Anderson,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  A.,  innholder,  of 
Little  Britain. 
Mar.     1.     William  Sutton,  aged  15,  son  of  John  S.,  baker,  of  Wood 
Street. 


108  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1756 

Admitted. 

Mar.  26.     Thomas  Williams,  aged  14,  son  of  Rev.  Jenkin  W.,  clerk, 
of  Swansey,  Glamorganshire. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  1759  ;  Gower 
Exhibitioner,  1758. 

Apr.     2.     William    Hall,  aged   13,   son   of  William   H.,  butcher,  of 
Rotherbithe. 
„       8.     Edward  Jenkins,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  J.,  clerk  in  the 

Prerogative  Office,  Doctors'  Commons. 
„       9.     Joseph  Pratt,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  P.,  gent,  of  Vaux  Hall. 
John  Holmes,  aged  12,  son  of  Prudence  H.,  grocer,  near 
Baynard's  Castle,  Thames  Street. 

Boys,  not  on  the  Foundation,  admitted  1755—56  : — 

Christopher  Armstrong,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation, 

September  7,  1756. 
John  NichoUs,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  July  31, 

1756. 
William  Higgs  Barker,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation, 

May  10,  1756. 
John  Fashion  Fashion,  left  1756—57. 
Henry  Stone,  left  1758—59. 
Stephen  Frederick  Andrews,  left  1756—57. 
John  Griffiths,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  July  31, 

1756. 
John  Holms,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  9, 1756. 
John  Rich,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  February  24, 

1757. 
Thomas  Dale,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  February 

10,  1757. 
William  Fashion,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  February 

10,  1757. 

William  Edwards,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  January 

11,  1757. 

Thomas  Simpson,  left  1756—57. 

Nathaniel  Hudson,  left  1756—57. 

William  Richardson,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  May 

11,  1757. 
John  Emery  Norris,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  January 

20,  1758. 
John  Twells,  left  1756-57. 
Ulysses  Turner,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  28, 

1756. 
William  Denham,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  28, 

1756. 
William  Grainger,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April 

28,  1756. 
Thomas  Grainger,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April 

28,  1756. 


I7S6]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  109 

Admitted. 

John  Price,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  September  7, 

1756. 
Isaac  Hooper,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  September 

21,  1756. 
John  Simpson,  left  1756—57. 

Mr.  Nathaniel  Philips,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
Thomas  Higgins,  Captain. 

Admitted  January  20,  1752. 

Apr.  28.     William  Denham,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  attorney,  of 

Aldersgate  Street. 
Ulysses  Turner,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  T.,  watchmaker,  of 

George's  Court,  Clerkenwell. 
William  Grainger,  aged  12,  son  of  Richard  G.,  wharfinger, 

of  Black  Fryars. 
Thomas  Grainger,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  G.,  wharfinger, 

of  Black  Fryars. 
Stephen   Austin    Cumberlege,    aged    9,   son    of  John    C, 

linnendraper,  of  Newgate  Street. 
John  Passavant,  aged   10,   son  of  John  P.,  goldsmith,   of 

Craven  Buildings. 
May  10.     William  Higgs  Barker,  aged  12,  son  of  George  B.,  taylor, 

of  Great  Russell  Street. 

Pauliue  Exhibit ioner.  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1761  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1764-67  ;  B.A.  1765  ;  Fellow  of  Dulwich  College  ;  Head 
Master  of  Carmarthen  Grammar  School,  1767  ;  Author  of  a  Hebrew 
Grammar,  &c. 

John  Hyde,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  of  Gutter  Lane. 
June    4.     Robert  Lockeed,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  L.,  of  St.  Clement 

Danes. 
July  31.     John  NichoUs,  aged  12,  son  of  John   N.,  brushmaker,  of 
Bread  Street. 
James  Spencer,  aged  9,  son  of  EdAvard  S,,  lastmaker,  of 

Angel  Street,  St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 
John  Griffiths,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  of  Ivy  Lane. 
Sept.    7.     John  Price,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  telescopemaker,  of 
Bull  and  Mouth  Street. 
William  Coring,  aged  8,  son  of  William  C,  of  St.  John's, 

Clarkenwell. 
Christopher  Armstrong,  aged  14,  son  of  Christoj)her  A., 
victualler,  of  St.  Martin's  Lane. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1760  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1764-67  ;    B.A.  1764. 

Joseph  Hearn,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  callioe  (sic)  glaizer, 
of  Wood  Street. 
„    21,     Robert  Harden,  aged  7,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  watchmaker, 
St.  John's,  Clerkenwell. 


110  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1757 

Admitted. 

Sept.  21.     Isaac  Hooper,  aged  9,  son  of  Sarah  H.,  plumber,  of  Queen 
Street. 
Samuel  Picart  (Pickard),  aged  8. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Jesus  College,  Oxford,  1765  ;  but  left  College, 
1766. 

John   Oates,  aged  8,   son  of  WilHam   0.,   of  Danbridge, 
Yorkshire. 
Oct.     5.     John  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  Ehza,  upholder,  of  Fleet  Street. 


1757 

in.   11.     William  Edwards,  aged  10,  son  of  Anna  Maria  Aylesbury, 

wire  drawer,  of  White  Fryars. 
Thomas  Stibbs,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  joyner. 
William  Holland,  aged  10,  son  of  William  H.,  oylman,  of 

St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
George  Lowalell,  aged  11,  son  of  George  L.,  surgeon,  of 

Shoreham,  Sussex. 
Stephen   Broome,   aged   10,  son    of  Stephen   B.,   cabinet 

maker,  of  Peter  Street,  Saffron  Hill. 
William  Corden,  aged  11,  son  of  James  C,  taylor,  of  the 

Chequer  in  Chick  Lane, 
-'b    10.     Thomas    Dale,   aged    9,    son    of    Thomas    D.    (deceased). 

Francis  D.,  his  grandfather,  lives  near  Hoxton  Square. 
William  Fashion,  aged   10,  son  of  John  F.,  linen  drajDer,  of 

Cheapside. 
George   Aldrich,   aged  9,  son  of   Rev.   Mr.    A.,    rector   of 

St.  James,  Clerkenwell. 
Charles  Moore,  aged  14,  son  of  Dr.  Thomas  M.,  minister  of 

Aldersgate. 

Captain,  1759-60  ;  Campden  Exhiliitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Scholar,  1760;  PeiTy  Exhibitioner,  1764-65;  B.A.  (Fu'st 
Senior  Op.),  1764  ;  Members'  Prize  ;  (Middle  Bachelor),  1765  ;  (Senior 
Bachelor),  1766  ;  M.A.  1767  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1765-71  ;  Rector  of 
Cuxhaven,  Kent  ;  Vicar  of  St.  Nicholas,  Ptoohester,  and  one  of  the  Six 
Preachers  at  Canterbury  ;  Author  of  A  Full  Inquiry  into  the  Subject 
of  Suicide,  and  some  Sermons. 

„    24.     John    Rich,   aged    14,  at   Mr.    Bonafous,    appothecary   in 
AJdermansbury. 
James   Hyde,   aged  7,   son  of  Thomas    H.,  goldsmith,   of 
Gutter  Lane, 
ar.    7.     Edward  Ward,  aged  9,  son  of  Edw^ard  W.,  of  St.  James, 
Clerkenwell. 
Robert    Slade,   aged    8,    son    of    William    S.,    barber,   of 

Blackfriars. 
George    Chapman,  aged  9,  son  of   George   C,  barber,  of 

Paternoster  Row. 
Charles  Stewart,  aged  8. 
„     12.     John  Leeke,  aged   9,  son   of   Thomas  L.,  poi'ter,  of  Old 
Boswell  Court,  near  Cary  Street. 


1757]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  Ill 

Boys  admitted,  not  on  the  Foundation,  1756—57  : — 

Alexander  Patterson,  left  in  1757—58, 

Thomas  Baker,  left  in  1757—58. 

Thomas  Fairbank,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  Mav  4, 

1757. 
John  Villette,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  June  9,  1757. 
Charles  Stewart,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March  7, 

1757. 
Edward  Ward,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March  7, 

1757. 
John  Cornish,  left  1757-58. 
Adam    Hearn,   admitted   on  to  the   Foundation,   June   9, 

1757. 

Thomas  Godfkey,  Esq.,  Sutvctj or- Accountant. 
Thomas  Higgins,  Captain. 

Admitted  Jammry  20,  1752. 
Admitted.  -r\      • 

Apr.  20.     Thomas  Denham,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  ironmonger, 
of  Aldersgate. 
28.     William  Wilkinson,  aged  10,  son  of  William  W.,  brasier, 
of  Fetter  Lane. 

Thomas  Ayrton,  aged  9,  son  of  William  A.,  clerk  in  the 
Crown  Office,  of  Queen  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 

George  Taylor,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  T.,  tanner.  Sitting- 
bourn,  Kent. 

William  Matthews,  aged  12,  son  of  William  M.,  baker,  of 
Newgate  Street. 

Iltyd   Nicholl    aged   13,  son   of  Whitlock    N.,   of  Ham, 
Glamorganshire,  South  Wales. 

Captain,  1761 ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Jesus  College,  Oxford  ;  Scholar, 
1762;  Fellow,  1765;  B.A.  1765;  M.A.  1767;  B.D.  1775;  D.D. 
1779. 

Jeremiah  Bullock,  aged  11,  son  of  William  B.,  of  Spread 

Eagle  Court,  Grey's  Inn  Lane. 
Charles  Allen,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  silversmith,  of 
Gutter  Lane. 
May     4,     Thomas  Fairbanck,  aged  11,  son  of  John  F.,  of  Warwick 
Lane,  Christ  Church. 
11,     William  Richardson,  aged  10,  son  of  John  R.,  of  Cursitor's 

Street,  Chancery  Lane. 
14.     Martin  Tims,  aged  8,  son  of  Martin  T.,  baker,  of  Shoe  Lane. 
John  Adelmare  Csesar,   aged   8,  son  of  John   C,  late  of 

Doctors'  Commons  {deceased). 
William  Jackson,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  J.,  druggist,  at 
the    King's   Arms,   the   corner   of    Craven   Buildings, 
Drury  Lane. 
June    9.     Robert  Bard,  aged  7. 


112  SCHOLAES  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1757 

Adiiiiltcd. 

Juue    9.     Julin  Yillette,  aged  10,  son  of  the  Kev.  Lewis  Y.,  curate  of 
St.  Luke's,  Old  Street. 

Ill  admissions  February  18,  1763.  Tliis  boy  is  not  found  in  the  lists 
between  1759  and  1763.  Probably  Eev.  John  Yillette,  Chaplain  of 
Newgate  Gaol,  who  died  1799. 

Adam  Heine,  aged  8,  son  of  Bazel  H.,  Paternoster  Row. 
Francis  Bumstead,  aged  11,  son  of  John  B.,  pressmaker, 
Old  Baily. 
„    18.     William  Fry,  aged  11,  son  of  Stephen  F.,  inholder,  late  of 
Fryday  Street  (deceased).     Son-in-law  to  Isaac  Merry- 
weather,  of  Friday  Street,  inholder. 
Joseph  Burghall,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  B.,  of  Blackmoor 

Street.  Clare  Market. 
Isaac  Haynes,  aged  11,  son  of  Mrs.  H.,  victualer,  of  New 
Street,  Shoe  Lane. 
July  22.     Thomas  Jordan,  aged  6,  son  of  Thomas  J.,  baker,  of  Ave 

Mary  Lane,  Paternoster  Row. 
Aug.  30.     David  Mathurin  Digges  La  Touche,  aged  12,  son  of  James 
Digges  La  T.,  esq.,  of  Hatton  Garden. 

Trinity  College,  Dublin;  Scholar,  1765;  B.A.  1767;  M.A.  1772; 
died  unmarried,  1778. 

William  George  Digges  La  Touche,  aged  10,  son  of  James 
Digges  La  T.,  esq.,  of  Hatton  Garden. 

British  Resident  at  Bnssora  ;  died  1803. 

"No  man  ever  deserved  better  at  the  hands  of  the  Ai-abs,  or  was 
more  highly  respected  and  esteemed  amongst  them  than  Mr.  La  Touche, 
his  wonderful  humanity  and  boundles.'i  generosity  to  the  unhappy 
captives  of  Jebur,  had  gained  him  their  warmest  affection.  "When 
Bussora  was  besieged  by  the  Persians,  he  .sheltered  within  his  own 
walls,  and  under  the  protection  of  the  Factory  and  the  English  Flag, 
the  i^rincipal  people  with  their  wives  and  families,  and  when  the 
miserable  inhabitants  of  Jebur,  according  to  the  custom  of  the  Persians 
to  prisoners  taken  in  war,  became  the  slaves  of  their  opponents,  he 
ransomed  them  without  distinction  at  his  own  expense." — Travels  of 
Majur  John  Taylor  of  the  Bombay  Estahliahmcnt  from  England  to 
India  in  1789,  by  the  tcay  of  Alcp2M,  and  over  the  Great  Dcsart  to 
Bussora. 

Sejit.  30.     Benjamin  Waller,  aged  11,  son  of  the  Rev.  John  W.  (dec). 
William  Hotfman,  aged  9,  son  of  George  H. 
John  Fawcett,  aged  11,  son  of  John  F.,  taylor,  Houndsditch. 
William  Malpas,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  M.,  jeweller,  Wood 

Street. 
Charles   Gordon,  aged  11,  son  of  Alexander  G.,  broker, 

Pinces  Street. 
Richard  Luffman,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard  L.,  Creed  Lane. 
Nov.  25.     Robert  Brooke,  aged  11,  son  of  John  B.,  packer,  late  of 

Coleman  Street  (deceased). 
Samuel  Chadwick,  aged  12,  son  of  John  C,  brewer,  Lynn, 

Norfolk. 
Richard    Spike,    aged  8,  son   of  Richard  S.,    at    Corvin's 

Elaboratory,  Cold  Bath  Fields. 
„     29.     Robert  Watson,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas   W.,  innholdcr, 

late  of  Smithfield  (deceased). 


1758]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.  PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  113 


1758 

Admitted. 

Jan.  20.     John  Emery  Norn's,  aged  8,  son  of  Christopher  N.,  book- 

binrler,  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Theophilus  Digges  La  Touclie,  aged  7,  son  of  James  Digges 

La  T.,  esq.,  of  Hatton  Garden, 

Merchant  ;  died  uiimamed,  1778. 

William  Whitaker,  aged  8,  son  of  William  W.,  innkeeper, 

of  White  Horse  Inn,  Friday  Street. 
Benjamin  Hawkins,  aged  9,  son  of  Benjamin  H.,  jeweller, 

of  Munkwell  Street. 
Nathaniel  Nicholls,  aged  12,  son  of  John  N.,  brushmaker, 

of  Bread  Street. 
Samuel  Nicholls,  aged  11,  son  of  John  N.,  bruslnnaker,  of 

Bread  Street. 
Daniel  Hook,  son  of  Daniel  H.,  staymaker,  of  Mansfield  in 

Nottinghamshire. 

"He  is  dead"  (note  in  the  Register),  apparently  meaning  that  lie 

never  attended  the  School. 

Boys,  not  on  the  Foundation,  admitted  1757—58  : — 
Thomas  Windle,  left  in  1759-60. 

Died  1832. 

William  Selby,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March  23, 
1758. 


William  Tennant,  Esq.,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
John  Hawkins,  Captain. 

Admitted  January  27,  1756. 

[ar.  23.     William  Selby,  aged  10,  son  of  James  S.,   picture-frame 

maker,  of  Little  Brittain. 
Thomas  Barker,  aged  10,  son  of  James  B.,  goldsmith,  of 

Searle  Street. 
John  Cook,  aged  8,  son  of  John  C,   St.  Bridge's,   Fleet 

Street. 

Richard  Wickstead,  aged  8,  son  of ,  of  Clarkenwell. 

John    Bayly,   aged    14,    son   of  Herbert   B.,  jeweller,    of 

Watling  Street. 
Samuel   Beecroft,  aged   8,  son   of  Robert   B.,  haiiseller, 

facing  Southampton  Street. 
John  Cooke,  aged   9,   son  of  Henry  C,  pamphlet  seller, 

Royal  Exchange. 
Philip  Batteson,  aged  9,  son  of  George  B.,  St.  Martin's-le- 

Grand. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  All  Souls  College,  Oxford,  1765;  B.A.  1768. 

Entered  as  Bason  in  the  Mercers'  Register  and  corrected. 

I 


114  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1758 


Thomas  Godfrey,  Acting  Surveyor-Accountant} 

Admitted. 

Apr.     7.     Robert  Morris,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  M.,  herald  painter,  of 

St.  Gregory's  Parish. 
George  Pennick,  aged  10,  son  of  George  P.,  coffeeman,  of 

Bishopsgate  Street. 
May  10.     John  King,  aged  11,  son  of  John  K.,  shipwright,  of  Strand - 

on-the-Green,  near  Chiswick. 
Daniel  Watering,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  at  the  Post 

Office. 
Thomas  Hutchinson,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  of  the  Three 

Bells,  Wormwood  Street,  Bishopsgate. 
William  Turnham,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  T.,  victualler, 

Aldersgate  Street. 
John  Mills,   aged    8,   son   of  Daniel  M.,  jappanner.   Vine 

Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
Samuel  Taylor,  aged   8,  son    of  Jasper   T.,  watchmaker, 

Holborn. 
Thomas  D'Oyly  (Doyly),  aged  13,  son  of  the  Rev.  Thomas 

D.,  D  D.,  rector  of  St.  Mary  Abchurch. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Christ's  College,  Cambridge,  March  27,  1762  ; 
B.A.  1766;  St.  John's  College;  Fellow;  M.A.  1769;  Vicar  of  St. 
Peter's,  St.  Alban's,  Herts  ;  Vicar  of  Walton-on-Thames  ;  died  1816, 
aged  73. 

William  Augustus  Skinner,  aged   9,   son    of   William   S., 

attorney,  Wood  Street. 
George  Adams,  aged  8,  son  of  George  A.,  mathematical 

instrument  maker.  Fleet  Street. 
John  Williams,  aged  10,  son  of  Mary  W.,  publican,  Angel 

Street. 
June    6.     Peter  Sandiford,  aged  8,  son  of  Rowland  S.,  vicar  of  Christ 

Church. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Corpus  Christ!  College,  Cambridge,  1767  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1767;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1771;  M.A.  1774; 
Fellow  of  Coi-pus  ;  Eector  of  Fulmondeston  with  Thirning,  Norfolk, 
1778 — 1810  ;  Gresham  Professor  of  Astronomj-,  1795  ;  Domestic 
Chaplain  to  Archbishop  Moore,  1799 — 1805  ;  Rector  of  Newton  (Isle 
of  Ely),  1810;  D.D.  from  the  Archbishop  of  Canterbury;  Rector  of 
Ashbury  (sinecure),  Berks,  1820  ;  died  1835,  aged  85. 

Charles  Sandiford,  aged  7,   son  of  Rowland   S.,   vicar  of 
Christ  Church. 

Captain,  1768-69  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Sidney  Sussex  Collecje, 
Cambridge;  B.A.  (3rd  Wrangler),  1773;  Fellow  "of  Trinity  Hall, 
1776-81  ;  M.A.  1776  ;  Members'  Prize  (Senior  Bachelors),  1775. 

W^illiam    Garland,  aged  8,   son   of  George   G.,  cooper,  of 
Barnaby  Street. 

1  Memorandum.  —  Mr.    Tennant    being  duty  of  his  office  as  SuiTeyor- Accountant 

obliged  to  go  to  Bath,  ho  desired  Thomas  of  St.    Paul's  School  during  his  absence, 

Codfrey,  Esq.  (late  Surveyor- Accountant),  March  24,  1758. 
to  act  for  him  in  everything  relating  to  the 


1758]  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  115 


Children  admitted  by  WiLLiAM  Tennant,  Esq.  : — 

Admitted. 

July  14.     Philip  Toosey,  aged  13,  son  of  John  T.,  rector  of  Hesset,  in 

Suffolk. 

Captain,  1761-62  ;  Pauline  E.xliibitionev,  Trinity  College,  Camlnidgo  ; 

but  left  College  in  1764. 

John   Panchen,   aged    10,    son    of    Giles    P.,   of    Doctors' 
Commons. 

Pauline  E.xhibitioner,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge,  1767  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitiouer,  1767  ;  B.A.  1771. 

Thomas  Clennell,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  C,  of  Fleet  Street. 
.    William  Reyner  (Rayner),  aged  14,  son  of  William  R.,  of 
Cold  Bath  Fields. 

Pauline  E.xhibitioner,  Caius  College,  Cambridge,  1763  ;  was  admitted 
"pauper  Scholaris,  scriniarii  filius  "  ;  B.A.  1765  ;  Curate  of  Worling- 
worth,  1767  ;  Vicar  of  Caltliorps,  Norfolk ;  died  1800  ;  author  of 
Miscellanies. 

John  Clarke,  aged  11,  son  of  John  C,  of  Aldgate  Parish. 
„    19.     Thomas  Hunt,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  taylor,  of  St. 

Thomas  Apostles. 
William  Dew,  aged  14,  son  of D.,  watchman  at  the 

Custom  House. 
Richard  Dew,  aged  13,  son  of D.,  watchman  at  the 

Custom  House. 
Aug.    2.     Lancelot  Berry,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  B.,  attorney,  of 

Gough  Square,  Fleet  Street. 
Sept.  12.     Thomas  Masemore,  aged  10,  son  of  Daniel  M.,  tinman, 

Old  Bedlam. 
Owner  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  Owner  S.,  clerk  to  an  attorney. 

White  Fryars. 
John  Smith,  aged  8,  son  of  Owner  S.,  clerk  to  an  attorney, 

White  Fryars. 
Jonas  Fox,  aged*13,  at  Mr.  Baldwin's,  Great  Queen  Street, 
Thomas  Richard,  aged   10,  son  of  John  R.,    fishmonger, 

Hick's  Hall. 
James  Rushton,  aged  9. 

William  March,  aged  9,  son  of  William  M.,  Clare  Market. 
William  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  Elizabeth  S.,  upholsterer, 

Fleet  Street. 
John  Watson,  aged  12,  son  of  Rev.  —  W.,  Creshall  Grange, 

Essex. 
James   Watson,    aged    11,    son    of  Rev.  —  W.,   Creshall 

Grange,  Essex. 
George  Scholar,  aged  8,  son  of  John  S.,  tallow  chandler, 

St.  John  School. 
Oct.  2.5.     John    Search,    aged    11,    son    of    John    S.,    exciseman, 

Piccadilly. 
Richard  Bland,  aged  15,  at  Mr.  Coithrust,  Proscot  Street, 

Goodman's  Fields. 


116  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1758 

Admitted. 

Oct.  25.     Gillis  Macbean,  aged  8,  son  of  Rev.  William  M.,  Cross  Key 
Court,  Little  Britain. 

"He  was  not  admitteil  upon  tliis  order  but  upon  another  dated  Oc- 
tober 11,  1759." — Note  in  Pa-gister. 

John  Lindeman,  aged  10,  son  of  William  L.,  oylman,  of 
the  Strand. 

Pauline    Exhibitioner,  Corpus  Christi   College,   Cambridge,    1767  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1767  ;  B.A.  1771  ;  M.A.  1775. 

John  Clarke,  aged  7,  son  of  Michael  C,  chymical  operator, 

Apothecary's  Hall. 
William  Wiuthrop,  aged  12,  son  of  Stephen  W.,  merchant 
{deceased). 
Nov.  30.     Thomas  Townsend,  aged  9,  son  of  — — ,  Fleet  Street. 

John  BuUevant,   aged  9,    father   dead :    mother  keeps  a 
school  in  Clare  Markett. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1769  ;  (Bullivant)  M.A.  1780  ; 
Kector  of  Marston  Trussel,  Northampton,  1793. 

John  Milnes,  aged  11,  son  of  Ely  M.,  exciseman,  St.  John 
Street. 

1759 

Jan.  16.     John  Archer,  aged  10,  son  of  Mary  Jordan,  victualer,  St. 
James's  Street. 
Robert  Townsend,  aged  12,  fatherless. 
William  Panchen,   aged    7,  son  of   Giles   P.,  Prerogative 
Office,  Doctors'  Commons. 
Pauline   Exhibitioner,  Christ's   College,    Cambridge,   1770 ;    Sizar, 
:  July  3,  1769  ;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.),  1774  ;  M.A.  1777  ;  Rector  of  Wood- 

walton,   Hunts,  1779  ;  Vicar  of  St.  Mary,  Huntingdon,  1803  ;  died 
1827,  aged  67. 

John  Newland,  aged  8,  son  of  John  N.,  clerk  to  Judge 

Forster. 
Noah   Dormer,   aged    10,    son   of    William    D.,   victaler, 

Leadenhall  Street. 

Children  admitted  by  Thomas  Godfrey,  Esq.,  pursuant  to 
the  desire  of  William  Tennant,  Esq.,  Surveyor- 
Accomptant : — 

Mar.  10.     James  Campbell,  aged  10,  son  of  Dr.  John  C,  Queen's 
Square,  Ormond  Street. 
William  Impey,  aged  11,  son  of  John  I.,  Newcastle  Street, 

Fleet  Market. 
William  Lucas,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  vintner.  Grey 
.Fryars. 

"He  was  not  admitted  by  this  order  but  by  one  dated  February 
11,  176-." — Note  in  Register. 

William  Peechy,  aged  8,  son  of  Newman  P.,  watchmaker, 

Dean  Street,  Fetter  Lane. 
Samuel  Keeble,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  K.,  carver,   Old 

Change. 


1759]  SCHOLAES   OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  117 

Admitted. 

Mar.  10,     James  Clarke,  aged  8,  son  of  the  Rev.  James  C,  curate  of 

Covent  Garden. 
Joseph  Burnley,  aged  10,  son  of  Benjamin  B.,  book-keeper, 

at  Gerrard's  Hall  Inn. 
James  Farnsworth,  aged  10,  son  of  James  F.,  Salisbury  Court. 
Joseph  Saunders,  aged  12,  son  of  Samuel  S.,  Newgate  Market. 
Samuel  Tailer  (Taylor),  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  T.,  Carter 

Lane. 
John  Lovegrove,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  Vine  Street, 

Hatton  Garden. 
Aquila  Dascombe,  aged  12,  son  of  Aquila  D.,  Carter  Lane. 
Thomas  West,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  attorney.  Sheer 

Lane. 

Captain,  1763-64  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge. 
William  Price,  aged  12,  son   of  George  P.,   musician,  St. 
George's,  Bloomsbury. 
Apr.     4.     James  Broughton,  aged   15,  son  of  the  Rev.   Mr.  B.,  in 
Bartlet's  Buildings,  Holborn. 

Boys,  not  on  the  Foundation,  admitted  1758—59  : — 

William  Sutton,  left  1759-60. 

Richard  Gammon,  left  1760—61. 

James  Broughton,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  4, 

1759. 
Soulden  Lawrence,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  July 

18,  1760. 
Joseph  Eyton,  left  1760-61. 
Joseph  Saunders,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March 

10,  1759. 
Samuel  Taylor,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March  10, 

1759. 
John  Lovegrove,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March 

10,  1759. 
Aquila  Dackombe,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March 

10,  1759. 
James  Farneworth,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March 

10,  1759. 
Richard   Bell,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  May    18, 

1759. 

Mr.  Rowland  Winn,  Survcyor-Accoimtant. 
Charles  Moore,  Caftain. 

Admitted  February  10,  1757. 

Apr.  27.     Richard  Yates,  aged  8,  son  of  Lawrence  Y.,  pewterer,  of 
Sboreditch. 
John  Bridges,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  B.,  vintner,  of  Carey 
Lane,  in  St.  John  Zachary  Parish. 


118  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1759 

Admitted. 

Apr.  27.     John  Stanbury,  aged  8,  son  of  John  S.,  porter,  of  Shore- 
ditch. 
Edward   Smeaton     Lewis,    aged    10,   son    of    Edward   L., 

victualer,  of  St.  John,  Clarkenwell. 
Edward  Mores  Windsor,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  W.,  citizen 

and  mercer. 
James  Steward,  aged  10,  son  of  James  S.,  taylor,  of  Rose 

and  Rainbow  Court,  Aldersgate  Street. 
William  Alexander,  aged  9,  son  of  Alexander  A.,  taylor, 

of  Gary  Street. 
James   Barton,  aged   9,   son   of    John   B.,   coffeeman,   of 
Cheapside. 

Robert  Moncrieff,  aged    14,    son   of ,  bookseller,   St. 

Martin's  Churchyard. 
May  18.     Richard  Bell,  aged  11,  son  of  Francis  B.,  attorney,  Brown- 
low  Street,  Holbourn. 
Troward  Cowell,  aged  11,  son  of  Troward  C,  cheesemonger, 

of  Tower  Street. 
George  Smith,  aged  10,  son  of  Mary  S.,  widow.  Red  Lyon 
Street,  Holborn. 
June    1.     Thomas  Unwin,  aged  8,  son  of  John  U.,  exchange  broker. 
Great  Distaff  Lane. 
John  Waltham,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  of  the  American 
coffee-house,  St.  Michael's  Alley,  Cornhill. 
„       9.     William    Cassady,    aged    14,    son    of    John    C,   vietualei 
"  Angel    and    Porter,"    in    Golden    Lane,    St.    Luke's, 
Middlesex,  near  Cripplegate. 
„     15.     John  Beavan,  aged  8,  son  of  William  B.,  victualer,  Hatton 
Garden. 
Matthias  Tingue,  aged   11,   son  of  Elizabeth    T.,    widow, 

Portland  Street. 
William  Villej)ierre,  aged  7,  son  of  Paul  V.,  watchmaker, 
Goswell  Street. 
Aug.  10.     Edward  Cuthbert,  aged  13,  son  of  Rev.  Joseph  C,  Stifford, 
Essex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  1764  ;  B.A. 
1768;  M.A.  1771. 

Sept.  14.     Samuel  Adams,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel  A.,  printer.  New 

Street  Square,  Fetter  Lane. 
Anthony  Steventon,  aged  11,  son  of  Anthony  S.,  attorney, 

Fleur-de-Lis  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
Thomas    Latter,    aged    8,    son   of  Thomas   L.,   warehouse 

manufactory,  Catherine  Street. 
William  Stackhouse,  aged  9,  son  of  William  S.,  wire  drawer. 

Little  Britain. 
Thomas  Sutton,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  attorney,  Basing- 

hall  Street. 
Thomas  Wren,  aged  11,  son  of  William  W.,  diamond  cutter, 

Maiden  Lane,  Wood  Street. 


1760]  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  119 

Admitted. 

Sept.  14.     Thomas   Dearing,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  sadler,  of   the  Old 
Jewry. 
Thomas  Reeve  (Reeves),  aged  14,  son  of  Rev.  WiUiam  R., 
late  minister  of  St.  Nicholas,  Ipswich,  Suffolk. 
Pauline  Exhibitioner;  Jesus  College,  Cambridge,  1763. 

John  McCaulay,  aged  8,  son  of  John  McC,  peruke  maker, 
St.  Mai'tin's-le-Grand. 
„     18.     George  Spence,  aged  9,  son  of  James  S.,  pen;ke  maker, 

Grey's  Inn  Lane. 
„     28.     John  Cooper,  aged  11,  son  of  James  C,  warehouse  porter, 
Osier  Lane,  Smithfield. 
Oct.   11.     John  Gilson,  aged  11,  son  of  John  G.,  apothecary,  Shore- 
ditch. 
Peter  Woodnoth,  aged  10,  son  of  Peter  W. 
Gillis  Macbean,  aged  9,  son  of  William  M,,  Little  Britain. 

See  admissions,  October  25,  1758. 

Nov.  26.     Thomas  Spence,  aged  13,  son  of  James  S.,  peruke  maker, 
Grey's  Inn  Lane. 
John  Lambird,  aged  9,  son  of  John  L  ,  plummer,  of  Warwick 
Lane. 
Dec.  11.     Nathaniel  Denham,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  attorney, 
of  Aldersgate  Street. 
„     14.     Richard    Wall,   aged    12,  son  of   Charles  W.,  coffeeman, 
St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 


1760 

Jan.  24.     Richard  Morgan,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard  M,,  St.  Sepulchres, 

Middlesex. 
John  Risle,  aged  8,  an  orphan,  with  Mr.  Covert,  in  Dyer's 

Buildings,  Holborn. 
Charles   Venables,  son    of  George    V.,    of    the    parish    of 

St.  Faith's. 
„     28.     Charles  Walwyn  Crumpe,  aged  7,  son  of  Charles  C,  Guild 

HaU. 
William  Smith,  aged  13,  son  of  the  Rev.  —  S.,  rector  of 

Stapelford  Tawney,  Essex. 
Thomas  Woods,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  Fetter  Lane. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  176()  ;  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1769  ; 
M.A.  1773  ;  Usher,  St.  Paul's  School,  1782  ;  Surmaster,  1783  ;  died 
1806,  leaving  a  widow,  Ann  W.,  who  was  pensioned  by  the  Company, 
and  still  living  in  1827. 

—  Bishop,  son  of  Nathaniel  B.,  Doctors'  Commons. 

Charles  B. ,  who  appears  as  a  Non-Foundationer  in  the  lists  of  1 760 
and  1761,  and  was  appointed  to  the  Foundation,  June  20,  1761. 

James   Hodgkin,   aged    11,  son  of    ,  tobacco    porter, 

Watling  Street. 
Benjamin  Hatwell,  aged  9,  son  of  Benjamin  H  ,  haberdasher, 

Newgate  Street. 
John  Gale,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  G.,  cooper,  Distaff  Lane. 


120  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1760 

Admitted. 

Jan.  31.     Thomas  Piatt,  aged  8,  son  of  Lyne  P.,  Silver  Street. 

Bennet  Kitson,  aged  7,  son  of  widdow  K.,  Pitcher's  Court, 
Bell  Alley,  Coleman  Streate. 
Feb.     3.     Richard  Brooke,  aged  10. 
„       4.     John  Blakiston,  aged  8,  son  of  the  Rev.  John  B. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1769  ;   Christ  Church,  Oxford,  1768  ;    B.A. 
1772  ;  M.A.  1785. 

„     11.     Stephen  Winthrop,  aged  10,  son  of  Stephen  W.,  merchant 

{deceased). 
William  Lucas,  aged  10. 

See  admissions,  March  10,  1759. 

„     27.     Thomas  Preston  Cooper,   aged    9,   an  orphan,    with   Mr. 
Minors,  apothecary,  Charles  Street,  Covent  Garden. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,   1768;  Queens'  College,   Cambridge,   Decem- 
ber 9,  1767  ;  B.A.  (7th  Senior  Op.),  1772  ;  Fellow  of  Queens'. 

Mar.    4.     William  Pennington,  aged  10,  son  of  Ambrose  P.,  behind 
St.  Clement's  Church,  Strand. 
„       7.     Frederick  Coe,  aged  9,    son   of  Thomas   C,   shoemaker, 

St.  Martin's-le- Grand. 
„     18.     Richard  Nightingal,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  N.,  Red  Lion 
Street,  Clerkenwell. 
John   Watts,   aged  11,   son   of   John   W.,    cloth   drawer, 
Coleman  Street, 

Boys,  not  on  the  Foundation,  admitted  1759-60  : — 

Thomas  Baker,  left  in  1764-65. 

Fisher  (Mount)  Baker,  left  in  1762-63. 

Charles  Bishop,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  June  20, 

1701. 
Nathaniel  Woodworth,  left  in  1760-61. 


Mr.  Thomas  Howes,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
Iltyd  Nichol,  Captain. 

Admitted  April   28,    1757. 

May  2.  Bennet  Kitson,  aged  6,  son  of  Mary  K.,  sexton  of  St. 
Margaret's,  Lothbury,  Pitcher's  Court,  Little  Bell  Alley, 
Coleman  Street. 

See  January  31,  1760. 

„     23.     Llewellyn  Rea,  aged  10,  son  of  Will  R.,  dealer  in  coals. 
Golden  Lane,  Old  Street. 
June  20.     Thomas  TJfFendell  Ireland, aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  L,  vintner. 
James    Denham,   aged    8,  son   of    Thomas   D.,    attorney, 

Aldersgate  Street. 
James  Weever,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  W.,  cheesemonger, 
Newgate  Street 
„     27.     James   Wheeler,    aged    10,  son  of   Charles   W.,   surgeon, 
Basinghall  Street. 


1761]  SCHOLAKS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  121 

Admitted. 

June  27.     Ricliard  Ring,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  R.,  barber,  Cursitor's 

Street. 
July     4.     John  Burraws  (Burrows),   aged   11,    son   of    Richard    B., 

butcher,  Conipton  Street,  Clerkenwell. 

Was  Captain  of  the  First  Class  in  1761,  but  is  found  in  no  subse- 
quent list;  J.B.  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  takes  his  B.A.  in  1768. 

George  Rutter,   aged  8,  son  of  John  R.,  cordwainer,  Gary 

Street. 
John  Williams,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  writing  master, 

Fetter  Lane. 
William  Barber,  aged  10,  son  of   William  B.,  sadler,  of 

St.  Clement's  Danes. 
„     18.     Solden  Lawrence,  aged  9,  son  of  Dr.  L.,  Essex  Street,  Strand. 

Properly,  Soulden  L.  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  St.  John's  College, 
Cambridge,  1767  ;  B.A.  (7th  Wrangler),  1771  ;  Fellow  of  St.  John's  ; 
M.A.  1774  ;  called  to  the  Bar;  Serjeant,  1787;  Puisne  Judge  of  the 
Court  of  Common  Pleas,  March  to  June,  1781  ;  of  the  King's  Bench, 
1784-1808  ;  of  the  Common  Pleas  (again),  1808-12  ;  died,  1814. 

Sept.  26.     Thomas  Green,  aged  8,  son  of  Philip  G.,  plumber,  Alders- 
gate  Street. 
Lewis   Jones,  aged    13,  son   of   Griffith  J.,  printer.    Bolt 

Court,  Fleet  Street. 
Henry  Blake,  aged  13,  son  of  Henry  B.,  esquire,  supervisor, 

of  Wallingford,  in  Berks. 
Thomas  Nicholls,  aged  8,  son  of  John  N.,  brush  maker. 

Bread  Street. 
John  Milnes,  son  of  Ely  M.,  officer  in  the  Excise,  St.  John 
Street. 

See  November  30,  1758. 
Phineas  Perry,  aged  11,  fatherless,  son  of  Ann  P.,  widow. 
Strand  in  the  Green,  Brentford. 
Oct.     1.     George  Scott,  aged    8,  son  of   John  S.,    carpenter,  near 
St.  Andrew's  Church,  Holbourne. 
John  Burnet,  aged  10,  fatherless,  Old  Fish  Street. 
„     10.     Will  Nicholson,  son  of  John  N.,  peruke  maker,  Portugal  St. 
„     24.     Benjamin  Bristowe,  aged  10,  son  of  Whiston  B.,  bookseller, 
St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Edward  Jarvis,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  J.,  High  Holbourne. 
Nov.  28.     William  Green,  aged  10,  son  of  Henry  G.,  purser  in  His 
Majesty's  Navy,  Castle  Street. 
Thomas  Whitehead,  aged  7,  son  of  John  W.,  b;iker,  Hatton 


Garden. 


1761 


Jan.  23.     Charles  Williams,  aged  12,  son  of  Myles  W.,  clerk,  Ashurst, 
near  Staining,  Sussex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner  ;  Magdalen  College,  Oxford,  1764  ;  B.A.  1768  ; 
M.A.  1770;  B.D.  1782;  Fellow,  1775-83;  Senior  Dean  of  Arts, 
1778-79;  Bursar,  1780;  Senior  Proctor,  1781;  "  Noniinatus  et 
electus  in  Lecturam  Academicam  ludotatam,"  1781  ;  living  at  Wool - 
beding,  1803. 


122  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1761 

Admitted. 

Jan.  23.     Edward  Holmes,  aged  7,  son  of  Edward  H. 

Anthony  Barker,  aged  9,  son  of  John  B.,  bricklayer,  Deane 

Street,  Fetter  Lane. 
Martin  Slack  Smalpiece,  aged  8,  son  of  ,  carpenter, 

Friday  Street. 
Feb.    6.     Thomas  Meadows,  aged  11,  son  of  John  M.,  parish  clerk. 

Elbow  Lane. 
George  Davis,  aged  13,  son  of  Caleb  D.,  attorney,  Barnard's 

Inn,  Holborn. 
Robert  Cooper,  aged  7,  son  of  Robert  C,  haberdasher,  Great 

Wild  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 
Edward   Smith,  aged  10,  son  of   Edward  S.,  silversmith, 

Foster  Lane. 
,,     20.     Jesse  Ponten,  aged  9,  son  of  John  P.,  hatmaker.  Stanhope 

Street,  Clare  Market. 

Captain,  1769-70  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner  ;  Pembroke  College,  Oxford; 
B.A.  1774. 

Will  Patterick,  aged  10,  son  of  John  P.,  Little  Turnstile, 
Holborn. 
Apr.     3.     Thomas  Berrisford,   aged    12,  son  of   Willian]   B.,    White 
Hart  Yard,  Drury  Lane. 


Boys  admitted,  not  on  the  Foundation,  1760-61  : — 

Henry  Dawnay,  left  1761—62. 

Philip  Gurdon,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April   17, 

1761. 
Joseph  Broomhead,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  17, 

1761. 
Richard  Green,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  May  30, 

1761. 
William  Bateman,  left  1763-64. 
George  Ravenhill,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  February 

25,  1762. 
George  Litchfield,  left  1768-69. 
Arthur  Tyton,  left  1768-69. 
John  Paterson,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  June  20, 

1761. 
Nathan  Hart,  left  1761-62. 
Thomas  Green,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  January  22, 

1762. 
Thomas  Wakefield  (?  Wakeford,  who  was  on  the  Foundation 

in  1762). 
John  Vaughan,  left  1761—62. 


1761]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  123 


Mr.  Edward  Neale,  Surveyor-Accoxmtant. 
Philip  Toosey,  Ca;ptain. 

Admitted  July  14,  1758. 
Admitted. 

Apr.  17.     Henry  Malpas,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  M.,  jeweller,  Wood 

Street. 
John  Davis,  aged  8,  son  of  John  D.,  Mercers'  Court,  Tower 

Street. 
William  Flannagan,  aged  10,  son  of  William  F.,  Princes 

Street,  near  Upper  Turnstile,  Holborn. 
Philip  Gurdon,  aged  14,  son  of  Rev.  Philip  G.,  rector  of 

Bures,  Suffolk. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Queen's  College,  Oxford,  1765  ;  migrated  to 
Magdalen  College  ;  B.A.  1768  ;  M.A.  1770  ;  Fellow,  1770-78  ;  author  of 
A  Sketch  of  the  Distinguishing  Graces  of  the  Christian  Character,  1778. 

Joseph  Bromhead,  aged   13,  son  of  Joseph  B.,  butcher, 
White  Chapel. 

Captain,  1764-65  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Queen's  College,  Oxford, 
October  25,  1764  ;  B.A.  1768  ;  M.A.  1771. 

„     28.     Thomas  Shrigley,  aged  13,  son  of  Rev.  John  S.,  rector  of 
Chignall  St.  James's,  near  Chelmsford,  Essex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Braseuose  College,  Oxford,  1766  ;  B.A.  1769  ; 
Queen's  College,  Oxford,  M.A.  1772;  Michel  Scholar,  1770;  Michel 
Fellow,  1772-77  ;  for  many  years  Curate  of  St.  Botolph's,  Bishops- 
gate  ;  died  December  21,  1789, 

May  23.     John   Tillotson,  aged   10,  son  of  Richard   T.,  hatter,  of 
Hemming's  Court,  in  the  Haymarket, 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1770  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1770-73. 

„     30.     Richard  Green,  aged  12,  son  of  Richard  G.,  pen  cutter,  of 

Fleet  Street 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1766  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1766-68. 

Isaac  Mann,  aged  10,  son  of  John  M.,  clerk  in  the  Custom 

House,  of  Hackney. 
Finch  Toosey,  aged   11,  son  of   Rev.   John   T.,  rector  of 

Hessett,  Suffolk. 
William  Chauncy  Lawrence,  aged  9,  son  of  Dr.  L.,  of  Essex 

Street,  Strand. 
June  12,     Richard  James,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  J.,  farmer,  Bleth- 

vaugh,  Radnor. 
„     20.     John   Patterson,  aged   13,  son  of  John  P.,  in  the  Horse 

Guards,  of  Threadneedle  Street. 
Thomas  Cox,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  C,  of  the  Rainbow 

Coffeehouse,  Fleet  Street, 
Robert  Elisha  Stead,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  S.,  of  Knight- 
rider  Street,  Doctors'  Commons. 
Charles  Bishop,  aged  9,  son  of  Nathaniel  B.,  proctor  in 

Doctors'  Commons. 
See  January  28,  1760. 


124  SCHOLARS  OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1761 


Admitted  by  Henky  Unwin,  Surveyor- Assistant : — ^ 

Admitted, 

July  22.     William  Lowry,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  L.,  trussmaker,  of 
Bartholomew  Close. 
Arthur  Grey,  aged  8,  son  of  John  G.,  broker,  of  Watling 
Street. 

Admitted  by  Edward  Neale,  Surveyor-Accountant : — 

Sept.  26.     William  Patterson,  aged  9,  son  of  John  P.,  of  St.  Christopher- 
le-Stock. 
James  Barclay,  aged  14,  son  of  Rev.  James  B.,  Tottenham, 
Middlesex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Balliol  College,  Oxford,  1765  ;  B.A.  1768. 
Oct.     7.     John  Jordan,  aged  9,  son  of  John  J.,  tallow  chandler,  of 

Paternoster  Row. 
George  Keeble,  aged  7,  son  of  Samuel  K.,  carver,  of  the 

Old  Change. 
Richard  Fletcher,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  F.,  dealer  in  tea, 

of  the  Strand. 
Rowland  Sandiford,  aged  7,  son  of  Rev.  Rowland  S.,  vicar 

of  Christ  Church,  London,  and  chaplain  to  the  Right 

Hon.  the  Lord  Mayor. 
Francis  Coleman,  aged  9,  son  of  William  C,  dyer,  of  Maiden 

Lane. 

1762 

Jan.   22.     Edward  Denham,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  ironmonger. 

Distaff  Lane. 
William  Wells,  aged  8,  with  his  mother,  Paternoster  Row. 
John  Barton,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  B.,  farmer,  Cambridge- 
shire. 
James  Brookes,  aged   13,  son  of  James  B.,  attorney,  of 

Chancery  Lane. 
Thomas  Green,  aged   10,  son  of   Philip    G.,   plumber,  of 

Aldersgate  Street. 
Richard  Ralph,  son  of  Benjamin  R.,  of  the  Bank. 
John  Branson,  aged  9,  son  of  John  B.,  guustock  maker, 

Cartwriglit  Street,  Rosemary  Lane. 
William  Raffles,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  R.,  Prerogative 

Office,  Doctors'  Commons. 
Feb.     C.     Stephen   Hopes,   aged    13,   son   of  Hugh   H.,   smith,    of 

St.  James's. 
George  Ralph,  aged  11,  son  of  John   R.,  clieesemonger, 

Greenwich. 
Samuel  Dennis  Street,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  S.,  grocer  and 

stationer,  in  Newgate  Street. 
„     25.     George  Ravenhill,  aged  13,  son  of  James  R.,  cabinet  maker, 

of  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 

^  AVIiile  Mr.  Nt'iile  was  out  of  town  (Note  in  Rej^ister). 


1762]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  "      125 


Admitted. 

Feb.  25.     John  Bryan,  aged  8,  son  of  John  B.,  greengrocer,  of  Rose 

Court,  Newgate  Market. 
James  Kingman,  aged  9,  son  of  James  K.,  jeweller,  of 

Leadenhall  Street. 
Josias  Lister,  aged  12,  son  of  William  L.,  of  the  Excise 

Office. 
Robert  Grove,  aged  13,  son  of  Theophilus  G.,  late  citizen 

and  mercer. 
William  Maxwell,  aged  8,  son  of  Rev.  Francis  M.,  chaplain 

to  the  Asylum,  Westminster  Bridge. 

Boys  admitted,  not  on  the  Foundation,  1761—62. 

John  Caesar,  left  1762—63. 
William  Wilson,  left  1762-63. 
Samuel  Smyth. 

His  name  does  not  occur  in  the  list  of  1764,  but  is  found  iu  the  lists 
for  1765  and  1766,  after  which  he  appears  to  leave  the  School. 


Mr.  William  Knight,  Survey 07'- Accountant. 
William  Sergrove,  Captain. 

Admitted  September  18,  1753. 

Apr.  30.     James   Mountfort,   aged   13,   son   of  Henry  M.,  gent,  of 

St.  Andrew's,  Holborne. 
Simon   Mountfort,   aged    11,   son   of  Henry  M.,  gent,  of 

St.  Andrew's,  Holborne. 
Thomas  Mann,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  late  of  Oxford 

Road  (deceased). 
William  Elstone,  aged  9,  son  of  William  E.,  tipstaff  to  one 

of  the  judges,  of  Fleet  Street, 
Richard  Sharpe,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  S.,  carpenter,  of 

Bishopsgate. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Clare  College,  Cambridge,  1773  ;  Sizar,  July  7, 
1772;  B.A.  1776. 

Thomas  Milnes,  aged  8,  son  of  Ely  M.,  hosier,  of  St. 
Sepulchre's. 

George  Watson,  aged  7,  son  of  Rev.  James  W.,  of  Alders- 
gate  Street. 

John  Passey,  aged  10,  sou  of  John  P.,  vintner,  of  Wood 
Street. 

Benjamin  Noton,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  N.,  grocer,  of 
Fleet  Street. 

Rice  Lewis,  aged  9,  son  of  Rice  L.,  gardiner,  of  Aldersgate 
Street. 

Richard  Whiteheaves,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  carpenter, 
of  Great  Carter  Lane. 

Joseph  Carnaby,  aged  9,  son  of  George  C,  taylor,  of  Holly- 
well  Street. 


126  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1762 

Admitted. 

Apr.  30.     William  Sage,  aged  12,  son   of  Jolin  S.,  haberdasher,  of 

Cheapside. 
Joseph  Lemon,  aged  9,  son-in-law  of  Henry  Long,  watch- 
maker, of  Little  Britain. 
John  Bell,  aged  12,  son  of  the  Rev.  WilHam  B.,  rector  of 

Ulcome,  near  Maidstone,  Kent. 
John  Johnson,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  J.,  tallow  chandler  to 

his  Majesty,  of  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 
Christopher  Johnson,   aged  7,  son    of   Robert   J.,   tallow 

chandler  to  his  Majesty,  of  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 
William  Newman,  aged  11,  son  of  William  N.,  of  Purple 

Lane,  Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
June  30.     John  Whiteheaves,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  carpenter,  of 

Great  Carter  Lane. 
John  Burgh,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  apothecary,  of  Friday 

Street. 
John  Allen,  aged  9,  son  of  John  A.,  calender,  of  Love  Lane. 
Fitz  William  Rosier,  aged  9,  son  of  John  R.,  writing  master, 

of  New  Castle  Street,  Temple  Bar. 
James  Bogle,  aged  15,  son  of  Andrew  B.,  in  Jamaica. 
Thomas  Dickenson  Harriott,  aged  12,  son  of  James  H., 

shoemaker,  of  Cheapside. 
George  Elliott  Taylor,  aged  8,   son  of  Jasper  T.,  watch- 
maker, of  Holborn. 
July  28.     John  Wilkinson,   aged  8,  fatherless,  with  his  aunt,  Mrs. 

Higginson,  Fleet  Street. 
James  Finlayson,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  F.,  of  New  Street 

Square,  Fetter  Lane. 
Thomas  George  Constable,  aged  9,  son  of  George  C,  tin- 
man, of  Wood  Street. 
John  Esdell,  aged  9,  son  of  James  E.,  taylor,  of  Hatton 

Garden. 
Richard  Lowe,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  L.,  music  master,  of 

Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 
Oct.      5.     William  Higgs,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  linnendraper,  of 

Bishopsgate  Street. 
John  Lewis  Richardson,  aged  8,  son  of  John  R.,  gent,  of 

Crane  Court. 
William  Jones,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  J.,  carpenter,  of 

New  Street,  Fetter  Lane. 
William  Birch,  son  of  Henry  B.,  of  the  General  Office  of 

Excise. 
Thomas  Orms,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  O.,  of  Bunhill  Row. 
Nov.  2G.     Samuel  Buttler,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  B.,  ironmonger,  of 

Snow  Hill. 
John  Wilkins,  aged  8,  son  of  John  W.,  watchmaker,  of 

Islington. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge,  1776  ;  Sykes 
Exhibitioner,  1776. 


1763]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  127 

Admitted. 

Nov.  26.     John   Bye,   aged   7,   son   of    John   B.,  baker,    of  Puddle 

Dock. 
Thomas  Griffiths,  aged  8,  son  of  James  G.,  taylor,  of  Duke 

Street,  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 
Samuel  Martin,  aged  10,  son  of  William  M.,  ironmonger,  of 

Forster  Lane^ 
John  Moultrie,  aged  7,  son  of  James  M.,  at  Mr.  Stanton's, 

Chancery  Lane. 


1763 

Feb.  16.     James  Sparling,  aged  8,  son  of  James  S.,  leather  dresser, 
of  Vere  Street,  Clare  Market. 
William  Graves,  aged  11,  son  of  John  G.,  linnen  glazer,  of 

Aldersgate  Street. 
Henry  Ventham,  aged  9,  sou  of  Henry  V.,  coachman,  of 

Laystall  Street,  Holborne. 
James   Moultrie,   aged   7,    grandson   of    Simon   Stanton, 

Chancery  Lane. 
Thomas  Pedder,  aged  9,  son  of  John  P. 
„     18.     John  Villette,  aged  18. 

See  admissions,  June  9,  1757.  He  is  here  descaibed  as  aged  18, 
but  was  probably  only  16  ;  he  left  in  the  Eighth  in  1766.  Pauline 
Exhibitioner,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  Gower  Exhibitioner, 
November  4,  1766  ;  B.A.  1771. 

„     25.     John    Fisher,    aged    14,    son   of   John    F.,    Peterborough, 
Northampton. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Peterhouse,  Cambridge,  1766  ;  B.A.  (10th 
Wrangler),  1770  ;  M.A.  1773  ;  Fellow  of  St.  John's  ;  S.T.B.  1780  ; 
S.T.P.  1789  ;  Tutor  to  the  Duke  of  Kent  and  the  Princess  Charlotte  ; 
Prebendary  of  Windsor  ;  Archdeacon  of  Exeter  ;  Bishop  of  Exeter, 
1803  ;  Bishop  of  Salisbury,  1807  ;  died  1825. 

Mar.  23.     William  Price,  aged  9,  son  of  Rice  P. 


Boys  admitted,  not  on  the  Foundation,  1762—63  : — 

Henry  de  Castro  Sarmento,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation, 

March  26,  1763. 
Edward  Ingram,  left  1763-64. 
Henry  Parker,  left  1763-64. 
Richard  Clarke,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  September 

30,  1763. 
James  Latouche,  left  1763—64. 
Samuel  Martin,  left  1763-64. 
Thomas  Smith,  left  1766-67. 
John  Pirner,  left  1763-64. 


128 


SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL. 


[1763 


Mr.  John  Grubb,  Surveyor-Accountant. 


A  dmitted. 

Mar.  26. 


Apr.  29. 
May  30. 


June  24. 


July  29. 

„     30. 
Sept.  30. 


Thomas  West,  Captain. 

Admitted  Mcn-ch  10,  1759. 

Henry  Grove  Amory,  aged  10,  son  of  Rev.  Thomas  A.,  of 

Basingliall  Street. 
George  Sibbald,  aged  12,  son  of  James  S.,  cliapel  keeper. 
Thomas   Amory,   aged   13,   son   of  Rev.   Thomas   A.,  of 

Basinghall  Street. 
Henry  de  Castro  Sarmento. 

Thomas  Tupper,  aged  8,  son  of  William  T.,  coachmaker. 
William  Boyce  Smith,  aged  8,  son  of  James  S.,  goldsmith, 

of  Fleet  Street. 
William  Robinson,  aged  8,  son  of  William  R.,  painter,  of 

Holborn. 
William  Taylor,  aged  13,  son  of  Samuel' T.,  tajdor,  Chalk- 
well,  Kent. 
Edward  Richards,  aged  9,  of  Saffron  Hill. 
John  Barton,  aged  10,  son  of  Humphry  B.,  cabinet  maker, 

of  Bloomsbury. 
Edward  Kidder,  aged  13,  son  of  Edward  K.,  Ratcliffe  Row. 
John  Hanson,  aged  12,  son  of  John  H.,  glazier.  Love  Lane. 
John  Garnett,  aged  9,  son  of ,  cook,  Fetter  Lane. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinitj'  College,  Cambridge,  1771  ;  admitted 
1775,  aged  24  (?) ;  Scholar,  1778  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1776-82  ;  B.A. 
(Junior  Op.),  1779  ;  M.A.  1782  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1781-91  ;  S.T.P. 
1810  ;  Vicar  of  Farleigh  Wallop,  and  Over  "Wallop,  Hants  ;  Prebendary 
of  Winchester,  and  Chaplain-iu-Ordinary  to  King  George  III.;  Dean 
of  Exeter,  1810  ;  died  1813  ;  buried  at  Farleigh  ;  author  of  sermons 
on  the  consecration  of  the  Bishop  of  Bristol,  1803,  (on  the  restoration 
of  peace,  1802). 

John  Fielding,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  F.,  Guildhall. 

John  Magniac,  aged  8,  son  of  Charles  M.,  chaser,  Lambeth. 

Henry  Redwood,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  R.,  India  House. 

Charles  Eason,  aged  8,  son  of  John  E.,  fishmonger,  Newgate 
Market. 

Henry  Collins,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  C,  Wood  Street. 

Samuel  Emly,  aged  6,  son  of  Rev.  Giles  E.,  Monkesly, 
Suffolk. 

Robert  Laurie,  aged  7,  son  of  Robert  L.,  St.  Bartholomew's 
Close. 

John  Garner,  aged  10,  son  of  Michael  G.,  farmer,  Hunting- 
donshire. 

Richard  Clark,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  C,  joyner. 

John  Guidott,  aged  9,  son  of  William  G.,  upholder. 

John  Button,  aged  9,  son  of  William  D.,  watchmaker, 
Fleet  Street. 

Charles  Cummings,  aged  10,  son  of  Alexander  C, 
Bartholomew's  Close. 


1763]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  1:^9 


Admitted. 

Sept.  30.     Alexander    Cummings,    aged    11,   son    of    Alexander    C, 
Bartholomew  Close. 

Charles  Cuel  (Cuell),  aged  11,  son  of  William  C,  St.  Mary- 
le-Strand. 

Thomas  Hurst,  aged  12,  son  of  William  H. 

Francis  Jones,  ag6d  8,  son  of  Francis  J.,  oilman,  Tower 
Hill. 

John  Field,  aged  7,  son  of  Richard  F.,  Paternoster  Row. 

William  Smitlison,  aged  10,  son  of  William  S.,  apothecary, 
Holbourn. 

William  Mitchell,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  Bucklers- 
bury. 

John  Mitchell,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  Bucklersbury. 

Thomas  Mitchell,  aged    8,   son   of  Thomas  M.,  Bucklers- 
bury. 
Nov.  25.     Charles  Passey,  aged  8,   son   of  John  P.,  vintner,  Wood 
Street. 

Edmund  Kelly,  aged  7,  son  of  Edmund  K.,  gent,  Curciter 
Street,  Chancery  Lane. 

James  Thompson  Ruffhead,  aged   10,   son  of   Owen  R., 
Esquire,  Pump  Court,  Temple. 

George  Mills,  aged  12. 

James   Jones   Wilmer,   aged    13,    nephew   of  Mr.    Price, 
Aylesbury. 

Pauline  Exliibitionor,  1768,  Chiist  Clnircli,  Oxford. 


1764 

Feb.     9.     Robert   Pate,  aged  7,  son   of  William  P.,  hosier,  Broad 

Street. 
Thomas  Millington,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  Bank. 
Henry  Fielding,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  F.,  Guildhall. 
John  Rondieau,  aged  9,  son  of  John  R.,  Spittalfields. 
Sparks   Holmes,    aged    7,    son    of    Edward   H.,   jeweller, 

Forster  Lane. 
Benjamin  Bowell,  aged  10,  son  of  William  B.,  St.  Martin's 

Lane. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1763—64. 

Edward  Osbaldiston,  left  1764-65. 

John  King,  left  1764-65. 

Edward  Brown,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  August 

1764. 
James  Bedford,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  May  16, 

1764. 
John  Laurence,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  January 

25,  1765. 

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130  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1764 


Mr.  Joseph  Godfrey,  Survey  or- Accmmtant. 
Joseph  Bromehead,  Captain. 

Admitted  Ajn-il  17,  1761. 
Admitted. 

May  16.     Adam  Elliott,  aged  11,  son  of  Jane  E.,  widow,  of  Heydon 

Yard,  Minories. 
George  Spencer,  aged  14,  son  of  James  S.,  peruke  maker, 

Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
James  Bedford,  aged  10,  son  of  James  B.,  publican,  St. 

Paul's  Churchyard. 
Henry  Brind,  aged  9,  son  of  Walter  B.,   silversmith,  in 

Forster  Lane. 
William  James,  aged  8,  son  of  William  J.,  innholder,  of 

the  Three  Cups  Inn,  Bread  Street. 
Samuel  James,  aged  9,  son  of  William  J.,  innholder,  of 

the  Three  Cups  Inn,  Bread  Street. 
Edward  Bland  Corney,  aged  11,  son  of  Bland  C,  West 

Smithfield. 
Samuel  Nisbett,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  N,,  of  Bishopgate 

Street. 
Richard  Radford,  aged  9,  son  of  Alexander  R.,  apothecary, 

of  Fleet  Street. 
Francis  Const,  aged  11,  son  of  Francis  C,  taylor,  Howard 

Street,  Strand. 
Called  to  the  Bar  ;  living  in  1800. 

Daniel  James,  aged  10,  son  of  WilHam  J.,  of  Queenhithe. 
James  Humphreys,  aged  9,  son   of  James   H.,   founder, 

of  Wood  Street. 
Benjamin  Price,  aged  16,  son  of  Meredith  P. 
Aug.    3.     Henry  Pidgeon,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  P.,  distiller. 

John   Pridden,  aged   7,   son   of  John  P.,   bookseller,   in 
Fleet  Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1778,  Queen's  College,  Oxford,  April  15, 
1777  ;  B.A.  1781  ;  incorporated  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  M.A. 
1789  ;  Rector  of  Caddington,  Bucks,  1797  ;  Vicar  of  Heybridge  and 
Wakeriug  Parva  ;  Minor  Canon  of  "Westminster,  1795  ;  Rector  of 
St.  George,  Botolph  Lane  ;  Rector  of  St.  Botolph's,  Bishopsgate, 
1812  ;  died  1825,  aged  68. 

Joseph  Moore,  aged  9,  son  of  Rev.  John  M.,  curate,  Garlick 

Hill. 
Aaron  Atkins,  aged  11,  son  of  Aaron  A. 
Joseph  Stocken,  aged  9,  son  of  Peter  S.,  White  Fryers. 
James  Gordon,  aged  7,  son  of  Simon  G. 
Joseph  Newbery,  aged  7,  son  of  Robert  N. 
William    Leadbeater,   aged   13,   son  of  William  L.,  blew 

maker,  of  Baldwin  Street,  Old  Street. 
John  Hill,  aged  12. 
George  Hough,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  watchmaker,  late 

of  Long  Acre  (deceased),  at  Mr.  Gwynn's,  at  Cook's  Hall. 
Edward  Brown,  aged  11,  son  of  Charlotte  B.,  Finch  Lane. 


1764]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  1.31 

Admitted. 

Aug.  31.     George  Balston,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel  B.,  goldsmith,  of 
Maid  Lane,  Queen  Street. 
Robert  Sole,  aged  14,  son  of  John  S.,  at  Qui,  Cambridge. 

Pcaiiline  Exhibitioner,  1769,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1769  ;  B.A.  1773  ;  M.A.  1776  ;  Hector  of 
Bexwell,  Norfolk  ;  died  1814  (?  16). 

Sept.  26.     Wentworth  Bradbury,  aged  9,  son  of  Wentworth  B. 

See  admissions,  Nov.  2,  1764. 

Oct.  19.     George  Street,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  stationer,  of 

Tooley  Street. 
Thomas   Street,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  stationer,  of 

Tooley  Street. 
John    Evans,   aged    9,    son   of    John    E.,   Union   Court, 

Holbourn. 
Richard   Lawrence,   aged  9,    son  of  John  L.,  of  Hatton 

Garden,  Holbourn. 
Richard  Bell,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  linnendraper,  in 

the  Strand. 
„    19.     William  Graham,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  G. 

William  Frodsham,  aged  9,  son  of  —  F.,  of  Bloomsbury, 
Charles  Rivington,   aged  10,  son  of  John  R.,  St,  Paul's 

Churchyard. 
Nov.    2,     Ai'thur   Thomas   Grey,   aged    9,    son    of    Lawrence    G., 

Chancery  Lane. 
George  Piner,  son  of  —  P. 
Wentworth  Bradbury,  aged  10,  son  of  Wentworth  B.,  of 

Wood  Street. 
William  Robert  Makin,  aged  12,  son  of  —  M. 
James  Franks  Blanchard,  aged  10,  son  of  William  B. 
Edmund  Arkell,  aged  9,  son  of  Edmund  A. 
„      7.     William  Humphreys,  aged  8,  son  of  William  H.,  of  the 

Tower. 


1765 

Jan.  25.     Robert  Siddell  (Liddle),  aged  9. 

John   White,    aged    12,  son  of  John  W.,  George  Street, 

Bethnall  Green. 
Timothy  White,  aged  11,  son  of  John  W.,  George  Street, 

Bethnall  Green. 
George   Thicknesse,   aged   7,  with  Mr.  Thicknesse,  High 

Master, 

Nephew  of  the  High  Master,  son  of  Captain  Philip  Thicknesse  and 
Lady  Elizabeth  Tuchet ;  born  1758  ;  succeeded  his  uncle,  John  Talbot 
Tuchet,  in  1777  as  nineteenth  Baron  Audley,  and  assumed  in  1783,  the 
name  of  Tuchet,  and  arms  of  Tuchet  and  Audley  ;  died  1818. 

John  Lawrence,  son  of  Dr.  Lawrence. 

Thomas  Wheeler,   aged  10,  son    of  Thomas  W.,  Basing- 

hall  Street. 
Nathaniel  CoUyer,  aged  11,  son  of  —  C,  of  the  Company. 

k2 


132  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1765 

Admitted. 

Jan.   25.     Paul  Edward  Rowley,  aged  12,  son  of  Edward  R,  officer  in 
the  Sun  Fire  Office. 
Godfrey  Lejuage  (Le  Madge),  aged  9, 

Boy  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1764—65. 
John  Gent,  left  1765-66. 


Mk.  Jeremiah  Gardiner,  Sitrvcyor-Accountant. 
SouLDEN  Lawrence,  Captain. 

Admitted  Jioly  18,  1760. 

Apr.  18.     John  James,  aged  11,  son  of  John  J. 

„    24.     John    Howe,    aged    8,    son    of    Alexander    H.,    of    St. 

Bartholomew's  Hospital. 
Charles  Wheat,  aged  8,  son  of  Jeremiah  W.,  goldsmith, 

Forster  Lane. 
George  Denham,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  Aldersgate 

Street. 
Anthony  Byrne,  aged  7,  son  of  Luke  B.,  of  King  Street, 

Golden  Square. 
William   Dodd,   son   of  William   D.,   late  of  the  Home 

Taverne,  Westminster  (deceased). 
Thornburgh    Browne,    son   of    William    B.,    silversmith, 

CheaiDside. 
John  Browne,  aged  10,  son  of  Elizabeth  B.,  Billetter  Lane. 
Charles  Joseph  Le  Madge,  aged  13. 
June  24.     James  Barr,  aged  9,  son  of  James  B.,  leatherseller.  Bell 

Alley,  Coleman  Street. 
Richard  Hilton,  aged  13,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  broker. 
Samuel  Prime,  aged  12,  son  of  Ann  P.,  Garlick  Hithe. 
Edward  Derby,  aged  9,  son  of  Rev.  —  D. 
Joseph  Warr,  aged  12,  son  of  Joseph  W.,  linnendraper, 

Wood  Street. 
Thomas  Chilton,  aged  11,  son  of  John  C,  attorney,  of  Plow 

Court,  Fetter  Lane. 
Solomon  Smithson,  aged  9,  son  of  William  S.,  apothecary, 

Castle  Yard,  Holborne. 
Philip  Dalton,  aged  9,  son  of  Jane  D.,  Hatton  Garden. 
Sept.  23.     Jolm  Shovell,  aged  6,  son  of  John  S.,  of  Little  Britain. 
Thomas  Markinson,  aged  9. 
John  Taylor,  aged  7,  son  of  Eleanor  Williamson,  Hatfield 

Street. 
James  Gilchrist,  aged  10,  son  of  Patrick  G.,  jeweller,  St. 

John  Square. 
Richard  Hardin,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  watchmaker,  of  the  Old 

Jewry. 


1765]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  133 

Admitted. 

Sept.  23.     Henry  Bond  Fowler,  aged  11,  son  of  William  F.,  carpenter, 
Westminster. 

Campdeu  Exhibitioner,  1773,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry- 
Exhibitioner,  177(3-79;  B.A.  1777;  M.A.  1780;  Perpetual  Curate 
of  Tredington,  Glnucesstershire,  1802  ;  Vicar  of  Uttoxeter,  1815  ;  of 
Clenstone,  Hardwick,  Staflbrdshire,  1816  ;  died  1829. 

Edmund     Fotlieringham,    aged    10,    son    of    David    F., 

merchant,  St.  Antholin's  Parish. 
Andrew  Douglass,  aged  9,  son  of  James  D.,  No.  9,  Cross 

Key  Court,  Little  Britain. 
Robert  Dixon,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  D.,  baker,  of  Hart 

Street,  Cripplegate. 
Edmund  James,  aged  14,  son  of  W.  J.,  Bristol. 
Robert  Griffies,  aged  9,  son  of  Sabina  G.,  victualler,  of 

Thames  Street. 
John  Lawrie,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  L.,  trussmakcr,  of  St. 

Bartholomew's  Close. 


1766 

Jan.  27.     John  Atkinson,  aged  7,  son  of  Matthew  A.,  of  St.  IMartin's 

Lane,  Westminster. 
William  Johnson,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  J.,  King's  tallow 

chandler,  of  Vere  Street,  Clare  Market. 
Henry  Purchase,  aged   10,  son  of  William  P.,  vintner,  of 

Fleet  Street. 
Thomas  Brownridge,  aged  12,  son  of  John  B.,  warehouse- 
man, of  Basing  Lane. 
„  29.     Wilham  Green. 
„  27.     William  Sharpey,  aged  8,  son  of  Stephen  S.,  of  Plumbtree 

Court,  Holborne. 
Thomas  Befkenhead,  aged  9,  son  of  James  B.,  of  Dean's 

Court,  St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 
Arthur  Humphreys,  aged  8,  son  of  James  H.,  of  Wood 

Street. 
William  Lay  ton,  aged  15,  son  of  Rev.  Andrew  L.,  Ipswich, 

Suffolk. 

Was  a  native  of  Sproughton,  Suffolk  ;  educated  previously  at 
Pviehmond,  Yorks  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge, 
1769;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1769-76;  B.A.  1773;  M.A.  1776;  Per- 
petual Curate  of  Playford,  Suflblk,  1774-1826  ;  Rector  of  Helmley, 
Suflblk,  1775,  and  of  St.  Matthew's,  Ipswich,  1775  ;  died  1831,  aged 
81  ;  a  frequent  contributor  to  Nichols'  Illustrations  of  Literary 
History. 

—  Watson,  aged  8. 

This  boy  is  not  to  be  found  in  the  School  Lists,  unless  he  is  to 
be  identified  with  one  of  the  Watsons  admitted  1766-67  ;  he  is 
probably  Oeorge  Watson,  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1775,  Christ  Church, 
Oxford  ;  B.A.  1778  ;  M.A.  1781. 

Robert  Pearce  (Pearse). 


134  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1766 

Admitted. 

Jan.   27.     Thomas  Morrison,  aged  14,  son  of  George  M. 

Campdeii  Exhildtiouer,    1769,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1769-76  ;  B.A.  1773;  M.A.  1776. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1765-66  : — 

John  Garle,  left  in  1766-67. 

Harry  Sedgwick,  left  in  1766-67. 

Richard  Litchfield,  left  in  1767-68. 

John  Haydon,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March  28, 

1766. 
Julius  Tidd,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,   March  28, 

1766. 


Mr.  Samuel  Mason,  S\irvcyor-AccoxiiUant. 
SouLDEN  Laweence,  Captain, 

Admitted  July  18,  1760. 

Mar.  28.     John  Haydon,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  collar  maker,  late 

of  Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
Julius   Tidd,  aged   8,  son  of  Julius  T.,  collar  maker,  of 

Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
William   Tidd,  aged   6,  son  of  Julius  T.,  collar  maker  of 

Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
Benjamin  Williamson,  aged  10,  son  of  Geroorge  (sic)  and 

Margaret  W.,   of  Clement's  Inn. 
John  Lochhead,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  L.,  victualler,  of 

the  Strand. 
—  Jacobs. 

His  name  is  not  found  in  the  Apposition  List  for  1767. 

Frederick  Thesiger,  aged  8. 

Sir  Frederick  T.  ;  Captain,  Eoyal  Navy  ;  Knight  of  St.  George 
of  Russia  ;  formerly  Captain  in  the  Russian  Navy  ;  Aide-de-Camp  to 
Viscount  Nelson  at  Copenhagen  ;  died  1805. 

John  William  Bristow,  aged   10,  son  of  John  B.,  in  Sir 
Samuel  Fludger's  Compting. 
Ajiril  25,     Alexander  Radford,  aged  10. 

Isaac  Hatwell,  aged  10,  son  of  the   late   Benjamin   H., 

haberdasher,  of  Butcher  Hall  Lane. 
James  Stevenson,  aged  10,  son  of  John  S.,  innholder,  of 

Angel  Street,  St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 
Jacob  Jones,  aged  11,  son  of  John  J.,  perfumer,  of  Aldgate. 
Robert    Vose,    aged    13,   son   of  Rev.    Robert    Vose,    of 

Thaives  Inn,  Holborne. 
Robert    McGlasham    (McGlashan),    aged    11,    son   of    — 
McGlasham. 
May     9.     Thomas  Kinman,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  K.,  joyner,  of 
the  Old  Baily. 


1766]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  135 

Admitted. 

June  13.     James  Jarvis,  aged  12,  son  of  James  J.,  baker,  of  Fore  Street. 
Eobert  Hardcastle,  aged  10,  with  John  Davis,  victualler,  of 

Middle  Row,  Holborne. 
William    Freeman,  aged    12,    son   of  John   F.,  taylor,  of 

Castle  Street,  Leicester  Square. 
Joseph  Simpson,  aged   11,  son  of  "William  S.,  vintner,  of 

Allhallows  Barking  (deceased). 
Richard  Simpson,  aged   9,  son  of  William  S.,  vintner,  of 

Allhallows  Barking  (deeeased). 
Charles    Davis,   aged    13,   with    Lockyer,   bookseller,   of 

Holborne. 
James  Watson,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  coffee-house, 

of  Queenhithe. 
James  Vickers,  aged  14,  son  of  James  V.,  peruke  maker, 

Red  Lyon  Street,  Red  Lyon  Square. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;   Perry  Exhibitioner,    1769-76  ;  B.A. 
1773  ;  M.A.  1776  ;  Rector  of  Courteen  Hall,  Northampton,  1792. 

Richard  Gascoyne,  aged  12,  son  of  Richard  G.,  victualler, 
of  Holborne. 
„     27.     Richard  James  Macquillin,  aged  13,  son  of  Richard   M., 
peruke  maker,  of  the  Borough. 
July  26.     Richard  Martin,  aged  12,  son  of  Ann  M.,  of  Hunsdon. 

Captain,  1771-72  (as  Richard  Martin  Blucke)  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner, 
Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1776. 

Oct.     2.     William  Watson,  aged  8,  son  of  Rev.  Wm,  Watson. 

Thomas  Finch,  aged  15,  son  of  Joseph  F.,  ironmonger, 

Cambridge. 
His  name  is  not  found  in  the  Apposition  List  of  1767  ;  Thomas  Finch 

graduated  at  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.   1773;  M.A.   1776; 

Vicar  of  Barrington,   Cambridge  ;    Vicar  of  Hauxton-with-Newton, 

1775  ;  died  1837,  aged  86. 
John  Matthyson,  aged  11,  son  of  John  M.,  West  Harton 

Street,  St.  Dunstan's. 
John  Taylor,  aged  10,  son  of  Cornelius  T.,  taylor,  of  West 

Smithfield. 
Goldwin  Finer,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  watchmaker, 

of  Jewin  Street. 
Haughton  James  Markett,  aged  8,  son  of  James  M.  (deceased), 

at  Mr.  Wills,  merchant,  in  Basinghall  Street. 
William   Knight,   aged  8,    son   of  William    K.,  butcher, 

Bermonsea. 
James  Rivington  Wheeler,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  W., 

apothecary,  of  Basinghall  Street. 
William   Vose,   aged  11,  son  of  Robert  V.,  attorney,   of 

Thaives  Inn,  Holborne. 
George  Hewitson,  aged  13,  son  of  George  H.,  of  St.  John's, 

Wapping. 
Peter  Grimes,  aged  10. 
—  Wedgborough,  son  of ,  shoemaker,  of  Westmoreland 

Buildings,  Aldersgate  Street. 

His  name  is  not  found  in  the  Apposition  List  for  1767. 


136  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1766 


Admitted. 

Oct.     2.     John    Ferguson,   aged    12,   son   of  Mtxtthew   F.,   cabinet 

maker,  of  the  Strand. 
Thomas    Leslie,   aged    12,    son    of    James    L.,    at    Mr. 

Godfrey's,   chymist,    in    Southampton    Street,    in   the 

Strand. 
Jonathan  Came,  aged  12,  son  of  John  C,  shoemaker,  of 

Cheapside. 
Alexander  Hooper,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  H.,  stationer, 

of  the  Strand. 
Richard   Hall,   aged    10,   son   of  Richard   H.,   taylor,   of 

Chichester  Rents,  Chancery  Lane. 
William  Cock,  aged  10,  son  of  Catherine  C,  widow,  in 

Wood  Street. 


1767 

Jan.    14.     Samuel  Bush,  aged  9,  son  of  William  B.,  woollen  draper, 

of  Lombard  Street. 
„     22.     George    Inch,   aged  12,    son  of  George  I.,    victualler,   of 

Bell  Yard,  Temple  Barr. 
Feb.     6.     Robert     Tutt,    aged    10,    son    of ,    haberdasher,    of 

Tavistock  Street. 
David  Pugh,  aged  10,  son  of  Hugh  P.,  painter,  of  Nevell's 

Court,  Fetter  Lane. 
Thomas  Devin,  aged  10,  son  of  Patt  D.,  linen  draper,  in 

White's  Alley,  Chancery  Lane. 
John   Turner,    aged    11,   son   of    John   T.,    fan   painter, 

late  of  Hannover  Yard,  St.  Mary-le-Bon  parish  (de- 
ceased). 
Thomas  Smalwood,  aged  10,  son  of  Hemy  S.,  broker,  of 

Kerby  Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
James  Collins,  aged  11,  son  of  William  C,  victualler,  of 

Cheapside. 
Thomas  Keld,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  K.,  at  Mr.  Collins's, 

victualler,  Cheapside. 
John  Hardcastle,  aged  9,  son  of  John  Davis,  victualler. 

Middle  Row,  Holborne. 
Henry  Morris,  aged  10,  son  of  Henry  M.,  herald  painter, 

of  Doctors'  Commons. 
Martin  Browne,  aged   10,  son  of  Martin  B.,  chandler,  of 

Warwick  Lane. 
Mar,  12.     Esme  Clarke,  aged  9,  son  of  Esme  and  Catherine  C. 

Thomas  Field,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  F.,  stable  keeper,  of 

Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
„    18.     Bartholomew    Catheral,     son     of    Bartholomew    C,    of 

Stationers'  Alley. 


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Mr.  William  Browne,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
Charles  Sandiford,  Ccqytain. 

Admitted  June  6,  1758. 

Admitted. 

Apr,  10.     John  Haylock,  aged  7,  son  of  John  and  Frances  H. 

John  Schuldham,  aged  8,  son  of  —  S.,  of  Black  Fryers. 
William  Warne,  aged  11,  son  of  William  W.,  bluemaker, 

of  Old  Street. 
Thomas  Kavenhill,  aged  12,  son  of  James  R.,  cabinetmaker, 

of  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Thomas  Taylor,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  T,,  staymaker,  of 

Round  Court,  St.  Martin's-le- Grand. 

Known  as  the  Platonist,  began  life  in  Sheerness  dockyard  ;  after- 
wards Assistant-Secretary  to  tlie  Society  for  the  Encouragement  of  Arts, 
Manufactures,  and  Commerce  ;  published  numerous  translations  from 
Plotinus,  Plato,  and  Aristotle ;  also  Mathematical  Works ;  died 
1835. 

Thomas   Rogers,  aged    14,  son   of  Thomas   R.,  of  Sher- 
rington. 

John  Caulet,  aged  14,  son-in-law  of  Mr.  Patch,  surgeon,  in 
Norfolk  Street,  Strand. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1771,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  M.B. 
1777  ;  M.D.  1782. 

John  Lloyd,  aged  7,  son  of  John  L.,  attorney,  of  the  Middle 

Temple. 
John  Clement,  aged  8,  son  of  John  C,  sadler,  of  Ber- 
monsey. 
„    13.     Robert  Lawton,  aged  8. 

George  Townsend,  aged  12, 
William  Jeremiah  Galliard,  aged  12. 
„    15.     Thomas  Jones,  aged  8. 
May  20.     Richard   Hitchcock,   aged    9,    son   of  Giles   H.,   gent,   of 
Serjeant's  Inn,  Fleet  Street. 
Stephen  Davenport,  aged  10,  son  of  William  D.,  printer,  of 

Plumb  Tree  Court,  Holborne. 
Richard  Wilkinson,  aged  10,  son  of  John  W.,  woolcomber, 

Leicester. 
John  Acton,  son  of  John  A.,  perukemaker,  of  Ironmonger 
Lane. 
June  23,     William   Toy   Young,   aged    12,    son   of  William   Y,,    of 
Kensington  Gravel  Pitts. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1773,  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1776  ; 
M.A.  1780. 

„    26.     Joseph   Aspinshaw,  aged   8,   son  of  John   A.,    of  Little 
Kirby  Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
John  Chetwood,  aged  11. 
„    15,     James   Vose,    aged    10,    son   of  Robert   V.,   attorney,    of 
Thaives  Inn,  Holborne. 
Richard  Preist,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  P.,  of  Vine  Street, 
Westminster. 


138  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1767 

Admitted. 

June  27.     George   Cater,  aged   10,   son   of  Ann  C,  tobacconist,  of 

Newgate  Street. 
July     4.     John  Watson,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  W.,  innh older,  of 
St.  Clements  Danes. 
„      7.     Francis  L'hrondell,  aged  16,  son  of  Francis  L.,  Rector  of 

Sterner,  Essex. 
„    10.     Henry  Gretton,  aged  14,  son  of  Rev.  M.  G.,  Springfield, 
Essex. 

Captain,  1770-71  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,   Pembroke  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  B.A.,  1775  ;  Rector  of  Springfield,  Essex,  1786. 

„    13.     Joseph  Braffett,  aged  10,  son  of  Benjamin  B.,  of  Portugal 

Street,  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 
,,    15.     John  Jepson,  aged  8,  son  of  Elizabeth  J.,  haberdasher  and 

millener,  of  Ive  Maria  Lane,  Newgate  Street. 
John  Griffin,  aged  9,  son  of  William  G.,  weaver,  of  Widgate 

Alley,  Bishopsgate  Street. 
,,    20.     John  Reed,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  R. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Lincoln  College,  Oxford,  1779. 

Oct.     7.     Robert  Jones  Moreton,  aged  15,  son  of  Rev.   Robert  M., 
Navestock,  Essex. 

Campden   Exhibitioner,   1771,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;    Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1771-77  ;  LL.B.  1779. 

Christopher    Ceilings,   aged    11,   son   of    William   C,   of 

Cheapside. 
John  Berkenhead,  aged  10,  son  of  James  B.,  jeweller,  of 

Dean's  Court,  St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 
George  Wilkie,  aged  7,  son  of  John  W.,  bookseller,  of  St. 

Paul's  Churchyard. 
Molesworth  Philips,  aged  12,  son  of  John  P.,  of  Dublin. 
Edward  Taylor,  aged  10,  son  of  Cornelius  T.,  paper  manu- 

factorer,  in  West  Smithfield. 
Samuel  Austin,  aged  11,  son  of  —    A.,  of  Woods  Close, 

Clerk  enwell. 
Samuel  Baldwin,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  B.,  perukemaker, 

of  Queenhithe. 
Charles  Sinderby,  aged  10,  son  of  William  S.,  of  George 

Yard,  White  Chapel. 


1768 

Jan.  26.     George  Higgs,  aged  10,  nephew  of  Mr.  George  Harding, 
apothecary  of  the  Strand. 
Constant  Dosey,  aged  8,  son  of  Margaret  D.,  widow,  of 
Devereaux  Court. 

His  real  name    was   Constantine   DAroy ;    he    is    also   found   as 
Dossie. 

John  Penn,   aged  9,  son  of  James  P.,  at  No.  129,  Fore 
Street. 


1768]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  139 

Admitted. 

Jan.   20.     George  Blakiston,  son  of  the  Rev. 

George  Frank  B.,  son  of  the  Rev.  Jolin  B.  of  St.  Andrew's,  Ilolboru, 
born  November  3,  1758  ;  was  removed  to  Merchant  Taylors'  School, 
in  the  course  of  1768,  whence  he  proceeded  to  St.  John's  College, 
Oxford  (Scholar),  1776;  B.A.  1780;  M.A.  1784;  B.D.  1789;  D.D. 
1806  ;  Vicar  of  St.  Giles's,  Oxford,  1795  ;  Rector  of  Belbroughton, 
Worcestershire,  17^8  ;  died  March  21,  1837. 

Robert  Frith,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  F. 
„    29.     John  Nickless,  aged  12,  nephew  of  John  Clements,  trunk- 
maker,  of  Pater  Noster  Row. 

WilHam  Lochhead,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  L.,  victualler, 
at  the  White  Hart  in  the  Strand, 
Feb,  22,     Peter  Graham,  aged  9,  son  of  Peter  G..  of  Little  Archer 
Street,  near  the  Hay  Markett, 

Lancellot  Powell,  aged  11,  son  of  Harvey  P.,  of  James 
Street,  Long  Acre. 

Thomas  Troubridge,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  T.,  at  Mr. 
Church's,  Temple  Barr. 

Sir  Thomas  Troubridge  entered  the  Navy  about  1773,  on  board  the 
ScaJiorsc,  Captain  Farmer,  and  distinguished  himself  shortly  afterwards 
by  his  gallantry  at  the  capture  of  the  Tartine  French  frigate  of  superior 
force.  Attained  Post-rank,  January  1,  1783.  On  his  passage  in  May 
1794,  to  Newfoundland  in  command  of  the  Castor,  32,  he  was  captured 
off  Cape  Clear  by  part  of  the  French  fleet,  and  he  chanced  in  con- 
set[uence  to  be  on  board  the  Sansparcil,  80,  flag-ship  of  Rear- Admiral 
Nielly  on  the  famous  First  of  June.  "While  in  command  afterwards  of 
the  Cullodcn,  74,  his  reputation  reached  the  highest  pitch  of  fame. 
He  was  afterwards  engaged  in  a  variety  of  important  engagements  oif 
the  coast  of  Italy,  where,  previously  to  obtaining  possession  of  the 
Roman  ten-itory  he  commanded  a  detachment  of  seamen  and  marines 
at  the  investment  of  the  Castle  of  St.  Elmo  which  capitulated  after  a 
siege  of  nine  days.  As  a  reward  for  the  great  importance  of  his 
services  he  was  presented  with  the  Sicilian  order  of  St.  Ferdinand  and 
of  Merit,  and  was  raised,  November  30,  1799,  to  the  dignity  of  a 
Baronet  of  Great  Britain.  After  officiating  as  Captain  of  the  Channel 
Fleet,  under  Earl  St.  Vincent,  he  took  a  seat  at  the  Board  of 
Admiralty,  and  in  April,  1805,  having  attained  the  rank  of  Rear- 
Admiral,  hoisted  his  Hag  on  board  the  Blenheim,  74,  and  sailed  for 
India  as  Commander  in-Chief  in  the  seas  to  the  eastward  of  Point  de 
Galle,  in  tfie  island  of  Ceylon.  On  January  12,  1807,  he  left  Madras 
in  the  Blenheim,  accompanied  by  the  Java  frigate  and  Harrier  brig,  for 
the  purpose  of  assuming  the  chief  command  of  the  Cape  of  Good  Plope. 
The  Blenheim  and  Java  parted  from  the  Harrier  on  the  night  of  February 
1,  during  a  tremendous  gale,  and  were  not  afterwards  heard  of. 

Eli  Morgan  Price,  aged  14,  son  of  Rev.  David  P.,  Sheer- 
ness,  Kent. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1771,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1774-78  ;  B.A.  1775  ;  M.A.  1789  ;  S.T.P.  1802. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1767-68  : — 

Robert  Bartholomew,  left  1768-69. 

R.  B.  appears  in  the  Vlth  Class  in  1768,  but  left  before  1769  ;  if  he 
was  R. B.  who  graduated  at  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  (13th 
Senior  Op.)  1778,  M.A.  1786,  he  became  Rector  of  Tarrant  Rawston, 
Doiset,  1782,  Master  of  the  Free  Grammar  School,  Exeter,  1793-1809  ; 
died,  1827. 

John  Waterhouse,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation  June  3, 
1768. 


140  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1768 

Frederick  Smith,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  June  30, 

1769. 
Eobert  Gunter,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  26, 

1768. 
John  Edwards,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  November 

25,  1768. 
Edward  Gunter,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  26, 

1768. 

Mr.  Joseph  Scott,  Surveyor-Accountant. 

Charles  Sandiford,  Captain. 
Admitted  Jnne  6,  1758. 
Admitted. 

Apr.  26.     Robert    Gunter,  aged  11,  sou  of    —    G.,    gent,  of  Cecil 

Street  in  the  Strand. 
Edward  Gunter,  aged  10,  son    of    —    G.,  gent,  of  Cecil 

Street  in  the  Strand. 
William     Lloyd     Dowse,    aged     9,    son    of     John     D., 

ironmonger. 
Richard  Dowse,  aged  7,  son  of  John  D.,  ironmonger. 
Gayer  Patch,  aged  12,  son  of  John  P.,  siirgeon,  Exeter. 

Wadham  College,  Oxford,  B.A.  1780  ;  M.A.  1783. 
Thomas    Stevenson,   aged    12,    son    of    Thomas    S.,   corn 

chandler,  opposite  Turnstile,  Holborne. 
Henry  Hinckley,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  H.,  doctor  in  physick, 

of  Aldermanbury. 
William  Carr,  aged  7,  son  of  George  Lewis  C,  wiredrawer, 

of  Little  Britain. 
May     5.     Horatio  Gregory,  aged  8,  son  of  Barnard  G.,  attorney,  at 

Wax  Chandlers'^Hall. 
June    3,     John  Waterhouse,  aged  11,  son  of  Benjamin  W.,  at  No.  22, 

the  Corner  of  Barnard's  Inn,  Holborne. 
Richard  Russell,  aged  10,  son  of  William  R.,  tallow  chandler, 

of  Garlick  Hill. 
William   Bridge,  aged   9,  son   of  William  B.,  printer,   of 

Great  James  Street,  Bedford  Row. 
William   Bowen,  aged   10,  son  of  William  B.,  at  No.  14<, 

Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
George  Newman,  aged  13,  son  of  George  N.,  gent,  Troile 

(?  Froyle),  near  Alton,  Hampshire. 
Charles  Walker,  aged  10,  son  of  John  W.,  notary  publick, 

of  the  Royal  Exchange. 
Charles  Reyner,  aged  10,  son  of  Charles  R.,  attorney,  of 

Gough  Square,  Fleet  Street. 
John  Robertson,  aged  7,  son  of  John  R.,  librarian  to  the 

Royal  Society,  of  Crane  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
July  29.     Henry  Ruddick,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  R.,  clerk  to  Alexander 

Forrester,  Esq.,  at  No.  6,  Lincoln's  Inn  New  Square. 


1768]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  141 

AdmiUeii. 

July  29.     Nicholas  Andrews,  aged  14,  son  of  Nicholas  A.,  Axted, 
Surry. 

Pauline    Exhibitioner,    1774,    Pembroke    College,    Oxford;    B. A. 
1777. 

Aug.    2.     Thomas  Harrison,  aged  11,  son  of  William  H.,  watchmaker, 
of  Fetter  Laner. 
„    15.     William  Lowndes,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  bookseller, 
of  Fleet  Street. 
Nov.  25.     Israel  Pottinger,  aged  8,  son  of  Israel  P.,  of  Bell  Savage 
Yard,  Ludgate  Hill. 
Benjamin  Burrough,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  of  the 

parish  of  St.  Mary,  Rotherithe,  Surry. 
Humphry  Rowley,  aged  9,  an  orphan. 
John   Collins,   aged    7,   son   of    William   C,    vintner,    of 

Cheapside. 
Charles   Humphries,    aged    10,    son   of    James    H.,   brass 

founder,  of  Wood  Street. 
James  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  James  S.,  of  Calcutta. 
John  Stocken,  aged  9,  son  of  Peter  S.,  of  White  Fryers. 
Thomas  Golding,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  at  No.  78, 

Broad  Street. 
John  Edwards,  aged  10,  an  orphan  from  Bengal, 
„    26.     James  Hedderly  Lane,  aged  10,  Wallop,  in  Wiltshire. 
Dec.  14.     Thomas  Robinson,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  R.,  coachmaster, 
of  Hampstead  Yard,  Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
Henry  Smalwood,  aged  10,  son  of  Henry  S.,  broker,   of 

Kirby  Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
Stevens  Dinely  Totton,  aged  8,  son  of  Stevens  Totton,  Jun., 
attorney,  of  Spittal  Square. 

Captain,  1777-78  ;    Pembroke  College,   Oxford,  B.A.  1781  ;  M.A. 
1784  ;  called  to  the  Bar  ;  living  1800. 


1769 

Jan.  14.     Lewis  Charles  Raillane,  aged  9,  son  of  Lewis  R.,  clerk,  of 
Lincoln's  Inn. 
Edward    Wells,    aged    9,  son    of    Edward   W.,  of  Great 
Eastcheap. 
,,    27.     Francis  Upham,   aged  10,  son  of  Francis  U.,   of  James 
Street,  Covent  Garden. 
Feb.     7.     Thomas  Graham  Colley,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  C,  watch- 
maker, of  Fleet  Street. 
„    16.     John  Canceller,  aged  8,  son  of  John  C,  gent,  of  Newgate 

Street. 
„    22.     Robert  Steare  Allen,  aged   10,  son  of  Robert  A.,  gent.,  of 
Carey  Street. 
Mar.     3.     William  Wells,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  W.,  coal  merchant, 
of  Creed  Lane,  Ludgate  Hill. 


142  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1769 

Admitted. 

Mar,    3.     Stephen  Jenkins,  aged  13,  son  of  John  J.,  ironmonger  and 
brazier,  of  Newgate  Street. 

Pauline  Exliibitioiier,  1776,  Corpus  Christ!  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1776  ;  B.A.  1779. 

William  Tomlinson,  aged  8,  son  of  William  T.,  clerk  to 
]\Ir.  Concert,  coal  merchant,  near  Paul's  Warfe. 
„      7.     John  Smith,  son  of  Widow  S.,  of  Trinity  Lane. 

Edmund  Scott,  aged  10,  son-in-law  of  Samuel  Fredennik, 
perukemaker,  of  Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
„    10.     John   Gretton,   aged   15,   son   of    Charles   G.,   Rector   of 
Springfield,  Essex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1771  ;  Corpus  Cluisti  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1774  ;  B.A.  1779. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1768-69  : — 

John  Gretton,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March  10, 

1769. 
Henry  Trott,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  June  7,  1769. 
Thomas  Woodhouse  Fitzherbert,  left  1771-72. 
Charles  Farr,  admitted  on   to   the    Foundation,  April  7, 

1769. 
George  Colley,  left  1769-70. 
Samuel  Burrow  (Burrough),  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation, 

February  5,  1770. 
William  Williams,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  7, 

1769. 
John  Moreton,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  7, 

1769. 
Richard  Oliver,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  May  12, 

1769. 
John  Paterson,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  May  12, 

1769. 

The  following  must  be  included  among  Thicknesse's  pupils, 
though  his  name  is  not  found  in  the  Registers  : — 

John  Andre, 

Major  in  the  British  Army  ;  acting  as  'Adjutant-General  under  Sir 
Henry  Clinton,  he  was  taken  prisoner  within  the  American  lines 
during  the  intrigues  connected  with  the  treachery  of  Arnold,  and  was 
tried  as  a  spy  and  executed,  October  2,  1780,  at  the  age  of  29.  A 
monument  wus  erected  to  his  memory  in  Westminster  Abbey  by  King 
George  III.,  and  on  November  28,  1821,  his  bones,  which  had  been 
removed  from  the  scene  of  his  death,  were  deposited  in  a  vault  near  his 
monument. 


1769]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  143 


1769—1814 
High  Master  RICHARD  ROBERTS. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's   School.      Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1749  (?)  ;   see  among  Dr. 
Charles's  scholars, 

Surmaster  William  Rider  (continued). 

See  before,  1748-1769. 

S'lcrmaster  1783        Thomas  Woods. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School.     See  admissions,  January  28,  1760. 

Surmaster  1806        Richard  Edwards. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School.     See  admissions,  September  21,  1770.     Eesigned, 
Christmas  1823. 

Usher  Thomas  Higgins  (contimied). 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School.     See  admissions,  January  20,  1752. 

Usher  1782        Thomas  Woods. 

Usher  1783        Richard  Edwards. 

Usher  1806        William  A.  C.  Durham. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School.     See  admissions,  February  23,  1786. 


Assistant  to  the )  t  tt 

High  Master^  \  Isaac  Hill. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School.     See  admissions,  February  24,  1785. 

Assistant  to  the  )  -,  onn         t .  ■..■.    -d..^  ^ 

High  Master  ^\^^^^        Israel  Bull. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School.     See  admissions,  November  1,  1782. 

^tX;;*}l«»»  H^BV    SO.MKS. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School.     See  admissions,  August  17,  1799. 

^  These  Assistants  were  at  first  appointed  have  not  discovered  the  names  of  any  of 
and  paid  by  the  High  Master.  The  first  these  Masters  till  Isaac  Hill,  who  graduated 
was  appointed  by  Dr.  Roberts  in  1773.     I       in  1794. 


144  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1769 

SCHOLARS. 

Mr.  Edward  Ingram,  Survcyor-Accoimtant. 

Jesse  Ponten,  Captain. 

Admitlccl  Febniary  20,  1761. 
Admitted. 

Mar.  22.     John  Davis,  aged  8,  son  of  John  D.,  in  the  country. 
April    7.     Charles  Farr,  aged  11,  son  of  William  F.,  printer  (deceased), 

at  his  mother's,  No.  53,  Fleet  Markett. 
William  Williams,  aged  13,  son  of  William  W.,  linnendraper, 

of  the  Strand. 
Charles  Reynolds,  aged  12,  son  of  William  R.,  baker,  of 

Bloomsbury. 
Joseph  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  Hannah  S.,  widow,  of  St. 

Peter-le-Poor. 
Thomas  Hadley,  aged  13,  son  of  Sarah  H.,  bookbinder  and 

widow,  of  Creed  Lane,  Ludgate  Hill. 
John  Moreton,  aged  9,  son  of  John  M.,  of  Ward  Robe  Court, 

Carter  Lane,  Doctors'  Commons. 
„     19.     John  Evans,  aged  9,  son  of  John  E.,  painter,  of  Bell  Yard, 

Temple  Barr. 
James  Roe,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  R.,  perukemaker,  of  Old 

Bethlem. 
John  Jackson,  aged  9,  son  of  John  J.,  of  Lothbury. 
WilHam   Ellis,  aged  12,  son  of   JosejDh   E.,  engraver,  of 

Rosamond's  Row,  Clerkenwell. 
May  12.     John  Paterson,  aged  9,  son-in-law  of  John  Letch,  physician, 

of  Paternoster  Row. 
Richard  Oliver,  aged  10,  son   of  John   O.,  victualler,   of 

Basinghall  Street. 
John  Balmer,  aged  8,  son  of  Isaac  B.,  at  Mr.  Harrison's, 

taylor,  on  Ludgate  Hill. 
Evan  Davies  Brian,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  coalmerchant, 

of  New  North  Street,  Red  Lyon  Square. 
June    7.     William  Waterhouse,  aged  10,  son  of  Benjamin  W.,  the 

corner  of  Barnard's  Inn,  Holborne. 
Henry    Hall,    aged    10,    son    of    Richard    H.,    taylor,    of 

Chichester's  Rents,  Chancery  Lane. 
Henry  Trott,  aged  14,  son  of  William  T.,  of  Little  Russell 

Street,  Bloomsbury. 
John  Soper,  aged  7,  at  Mrs.  Randall's,  St.  Thomas  Apostles. 
James  Salt,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  vicar  of  Nasing, 

in  Essex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1779,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  Gower 
Exhibitioner,  1779  ;  B.A.  1783  ;  M.A.  1786  ;  Minor  Canon  of  St.iPaul's, 
1791  ;  Vicar  of  Barling,  Essex,  1793  ;  Vicar  of  IIorndon-on-the-Hill, 
1797  ;  died  1824,  aged  64. 

James  Gruit,  aged  11,  son  of  Mrs.  Gruit,  boarding-school 
keeper,  at  Westminster  Bridge. 


SCHOLARS  OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL  U5 


June    7.     John  Preslove  Keys,  aged  10,  son  of  Philip  K.,  gent,  of 
Liucohi's  Inn. 
Thomas  Warry,  aged  12. 

Pauline   Exhibitioner,  1778,  Wadliam  College,  Oxford  ;    Scholar 
1777  ;  B.A.  1781  ;  M.A.  1785  ;  Fellow,  1785  ;  B.D.  1796. 

John  Marsh,  aged  1-0,  son  of  John  M.,  gunmaker,  at  No.  54, 
in  Tooley  Street. 
„     30.     Frederick  Smith,  aged  9,  nephew  of  Mr.  Carnaby,  of  Holly- 
well  Street,  behind  St.  Clement's  Church. 
James  Robert  Wadeson,  aged  9,  son  of  Mrs.  W.,  widow,  of 
Red  Lyon  Square. 

Captain,  1774-77  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner  (as  William  R.  W.),  1777. 

July  10.     William  Robert  Wake,  aged  12,  son  of  Basil  W.,  apothecary, 
in  the  parish  of  St.  James,  Bath. 

Captain,   1772-73  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Oxford, 
October  14,  1772  ;  B.A.  1776. 

„     18.     Richard  Taylor,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  T.,  shoemaker,  of 
Bull  and  Mouth  Street. 
John  Thurmond  Jackson,  aged  9,  son  of  John  J.,  gent,  of 

Lothbury. 
Thomas  Abbey,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  A.,  of  Wells's  Row, 
Islington. 
Sept.    6.     John  Burnett,  aged  9,  son  of  George  B.,  bookseller,  of  the 
Strand. 
John  Barbaroux,  aged  9. 
„     12.     Charles    Thesiger,  aged  7,  son  of  John   T.,  gent.   Excise 
Office,  and  of  Grosvenor  Square. 

Collector  of  Customs  in  the  island  of  St.   Vincent,  West  Indies  ; 
married  1796  ;  died  1831,  and  was  buried  in  St.  George's,  Bloomsbury. 

William  Williams,  aged  11,  son  of  John  W.,  writing  master 
and  accomptant,  of  Fetter  Lane. 
„     21.     Thomas  Edlyn  Tomlyns,  aged   7,  son  of  —  T.,  clerk,  at 
Painters'  Hall. 
John  Jones,  aged  10,  son  of  William  J.,  gent,  of  King's 
Head  Court,  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Oct.     4.     Robert  Donaldson,  aged  11,  son  of  James  D. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1777,  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1780, 

„      9.     John  Tasker,  aged  9,  son  of  Widow  T.,  of  Knowles  Court, 

Carter  Lane. 
„     27.     William  Robinson,  aged  1 1,  son  of  William  R.,  peruke  maker, 
of  Essex  Street,  in  the  Strand. 
William  Dennett,  aged  15,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  apothecary, 

Storrington,  Sussex. 
John  Jones,  aged  9,  son  of  Widow  J.,  of  Great  New  Street, 
Fetter  Lane. 
Nov.    7.     Joseph  Fenning,  aged  9,  son  of  William  F.,  blacksmith, 
Colchester. 
„     21.     Henry  Cox,  aged  12,  sonof  Henry  C,  vintner,  of  Fleet  Street. 
Robert  Barbor,  aged   10,  son  of  Michael  B.,  attorney,  of 
Fetter  Lane. 


146  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1769 

j4dmUted. 

Nov.  21.     Douald  Fraser,  aged  7,  son  of  Donald  F.,  of  King  Henry's 

Yard,  Burr  Street. 
Dec.     1.     Mark  Selwood,  aged  12,  son  of  William  S. 

Charles  Pattison,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  P.,  auctioneer,  of 

Essex  Street. 
William  Griffin,  aged  10,  son  of  William  G.,  weaver,  at 

No.  13,  White  Cross  Street. 
„     13.     John    Sadlington,   aged    10,    son    of  John    S.,    taylor,    of 

Southampton  Buildings. 
James  Williams,  aged  10,  son  of  William  W.,  linnen  draper, 

of  Temple  Barr. 
John    Crickett,    aged    10,    son   of  John    C,  stationer,  of 

Knightrider  Street,  Doctors'  Commons. 
George    Thomas,   aged   9,   son    of  William    T.,  taylor,   of 

Buckingham  Street,  York  Buildings. 
Thomas  Heays  (Hayes),  son  of  Isaac  H.,  at  George's  Coffee 

House. 


1770 

Jan.   16,     Samuel  Fish,  aged  12,  son  of  Samuel  F.,  innholder  at  the 
Golden  Lyon,  St.  John  Street. 
„     22.     Thomas  Jackson  Hennekin,  aged  8,  son  of  John  H.,  jeweller, 

of  Clerkenwell  Churchyard. 
„     27.     William  Gosling,  aged  10,  son  of  William  G.,  of  the  parish 
of  St.  Peter-le-Poor. 
Peter  Windsor,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  W.,  citizen  and 
mercer,  of  London. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1778,  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ;  but  he  only 
receives  one  payment. 

John  Charles  Hare,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H. 
Fe'b.     5.     Israel  Simpson,   aged  12,  son  of   Charles    S.,  printer,  of 
Stonecutter  Street,  Fleet  Markett. 
John  Pierce,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  peruke  maker,  of 

Bow  Lane,  Cheapside. 
Edward  Page,  aged  11,  son  of  John  P. 
Samuel  Burrough,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  B.,  Wet  Dock, 
Rotherhithe. 
„     13.     Francis  Vignoles,  aged  11,  son  of  Mary  V. 

Thomas  Dutton,  aged  8,  son  of  William  D.,  watchmaker, 
of  Fleet  Street. 
„     23.     George  Nu.ssey,  aged  10. 
JIar.  13.     Philip  Medhurst,  aged  8,  son  of  John  M.,  Staffordshire 
Warehouse,  of  Little  George  Street,  Westminster. 
„     20.     John  Anderson,  aged  15,  son  of  George  A.,  collector  of  the 
salt  duties  at  Grain,  but  residing  at  Frinsbury,  near 
Rochester. 

Captain,  1773-74;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1774,  Pembroke  College, 
Oxl'ora  ;  P,.A.  1777. 


I770]  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  147 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1769—70  : — 

James  Marshall,  left  1770—71. 

John  Marshall,  left  1772-73. 

Thomas  Wilkie,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  27, 

1770. 
Henry  Vaughan,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  March 

30,  1770. 


John  Hookham,  Esq.,  Survey  or- Acconntant. 

Henry  Gretton,  Captain. 
Admitted  July  10,  1767. 
Admitted. 
Mar,  30,     Henry  Vaughan,  aged  12,  son  of  Henry  V.,  of  the  parish 

of  St.  Martin-in-the-Fields. 
Apr.  14.     John  Thomas  Ruskin,  aged  8,  son  of  John  R.,  chandler,  at 
No.  87,  Bartholomew  Close. 
„     17.     John  Robertson,  aged  7,  son  of  John  R. 
„     27.     Thomas  Wilkie,  aged  7,  son  of  John  W.,  bookseller,  of 
St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
David  Robinson,  aged  9,  son  of  Peter  R.,  chaser,  at  No,  3, 

Coxes  Court,  Aldersgate  Street, 
Robert  Pearson,  aged  8,  son  of  Mary  P.,  widow,  dealer  in 

coals,  in  Water  Street,  Strand. 
John  Attley,  aged  8,  nephew  of  Mary  Pearson, 
James  White,  aged  12,  son  of  James  W.,  linen  draper,  ot 

Friday  Street. 
Edward  White,  aged  9,  son  of  James  W.,  linen  draper,  of 

Friday  Street. 
Richard  White,  aged  10,  son  of  James  W.,  linen  draper,  ot 
Friday  Street. 
May  23.     William  Thornburgh  Brown,  aged  9,  son  of  William  B., 
silversmith,  of  Cheapside. 
Richard  Griffith,  aged  10,  son  of  Roger  G.,  gent,  of  Millman 

Street. 
Samuel  Vanhagen,  aged  11,  son  of  William  V.,  of  Noble 

Street,  near  Old  Street. 
William  Hind,  aged  13,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  Messenger-in- 
Ordinary  to  His  Majesty,  opposite  the  Blue-Coat  School, 
in  the  Broadway,  Westminster, 
Joseph  Keeble,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  K.,  carver,  at  No.  11, 
in  the  Old  Change. 
„     25.     John  Aspinshaw,  aged  8,  son  of  John  A.,  of  Little  Kirby 
Street,  Hatton  Garden. 

Possibly  J.  A.  of  Leicestershire  ;  Fellow-Commoner  of  Emmanuel 
College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1788;  M.A.  1791;  LL.D.  1804;  Hector 
of  St.  Peter's,  Nottingham,  1797  ;  Reclor  of  Hinckley  (with  Stoke), 
Leicestershire. 

June  26.     Richard  Bell,  aged  12,  son  of  William  B.,  gent,  of  St.  Mary, 
Islington. 

I,  2 


148  SCHOLARS,  OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1770 


Admitted. 

Juue  26.     William  Lochhead,  aged  13,  son  of  Robert  L.,  victualler,  of 
the  Strand. 
John  Burnham,  aged  10,  son  of  James  B.,  carpenter,  of 

Brookes  Markett. 
Samuel  Allen,  aged  10,  son  of  William  A.,  tallow  chandler, 

of  the  Old  Change. 
William  Bell,  aged  10,  son  of  William  B.,  gent,  of  St.  Mary, 
Islington. 
July     6.     John  Thomas,  aged  12,  son  of  Walter  T.,  gent,  of  Newington 
Butts. 
Richard  Cater,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  C,  apothecary,  of 
Bread  Street. 
„     l-i.     William  Hess,  aged  9,  son  of  Widow  H.,  in  Blossoms  Street, 
White  Lyon  Yard. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1781,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  Sykea 
Exiiibitioner,  1781  ;  B.A.  1786. 

„     18.     Griffith  Jones,  aged  12,  son  of  Griffith  J.,  printer,  at  No.  7, 
Bolt  Court. 
John  Green,  aged  9,  son  of  —  G. 

John  Macauley,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  M.,  broker  (deceased), 
of  Cross  Key  Court,  Little  Britain. 
„     27.     George  Kempster,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel  K.,  of  Thaives 
Inn,  Holborne. 
John  Williams,  aged  10,  son    of   Jolm    W.,  of   St.   John 
Street. 
Aug.    7.     John  Southerland,  aged  12,  son  of  John  S.,  victualler,  of 

Cloth  Fair. 
Sept.  14.     John  Horinan,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  cabinet  maker,  of 
Essex  Street,  Strand. 
Eleazer  Robinson,  aged  10,  son  of  Eleazer  R.,  butcher,  at 

No.  6,  in  the  New  Buildings,  near  Fleet  Markett. 
George  Lee,  aged  8,  son  of  George  L.,  attorney,  of  Queen 

Street. 
John    Deacon,   aged    10,  son    of  John   D.,  baker,  of   St. 

Dunstan's-in-the-West. 
James  Maxwell,  aged  13,  nephew  of  Charles  M.,  apothecary, 

at  No.  29,  Fleet  Street. 
George  Barry,  aged  9,  son  of  Widow  B.,  Mitcham,  Surry. 
Henry  Allen  Moore,  aged  10,  son  of  William  M.,  brewer,  of 

Old  Street. 
Robert  Hays,  aged  12,  son  of  Isaac  H.,  coffeeman,  of  the 
Strand. 
„     19.     Thomas  Dandy,  aged  9,  an  orphan. 

Benjamin   Mellows  Hadden,  aged  8,   son   of  William  H., 
attorney,  of  Carey  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 
„     21,     Richard  Edwards,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  E.,  linnen  draper, 
late  of  Broad  Street,  Carnaby  Markett. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1778,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A. 
1782;  M.A.  1785;  Chaplain  St.  Paul's  Suhool,  1783;  Surmaster, 
ISim  2P.  ;  difd  in  London,  1841,  aged  83. 


I770]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  Hi) 

AdmiUtsd. 

Oct.   19.     Francis  Stamper,  aged  11,  son  of  Mary  S.,  of  Cumberland 
Court,  Drury  Lane. 
John  Nower,  aged  7,  son  of  Uriah  N.,  at  the  Baptist  Head 
Coffee  House,  Aldermanbury. 
„     24.     John  Beswicke,  aged  13,  son  of  Robert  B.,  Hereford. 
Dec.    4.     Richard  Sydenham^gedlO, son  of  Richard  S.,  of  Bermondsey, 
Southwark. 

1771 

Jan.  25.     Thomas  Reeves,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  R.,  scale  maker,  of 

Fetter  Lane. 
Edward  Robinson,  aged  12,  son  of  Samuel  R.,  smith,  of 

Puddle  Dock  Hill. 
Joseph  Croft,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  C,  sword  cutler,  of 

the  Old  Bailey. 
Francis  Rivers,  aged  11,  son  of  G.  Hopkins,  painter,  in 

Charter  House  Square. 
Cornelius  Harrison  Briggs,  aged  8,  son  of  —  B.,  broker,  at 

Pancras. 
William  Graham,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  G.,  at  Messrs, 

Hoars,  bankers,  in  Fleet  Street. 
John  Harvey,  aged  12,  son  of  Elias  H. 
Feb.  15,     Thomas  Hide,  aged  12,   son  of   Simon  H.,   victualler,  of 

Petticoat  Lane. 
Charles  Hardwicke,   aged   12,   son  of  Widow  H,,  tanner. 

Bourne,  Lincolnshire. 
John  Goosetree,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  G.,  coffeemau,  at 

No.  22,  Fleet  Street. 
Samuel  Haseltine,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  H.,  stay  maker, 

at  No,  14,  Denmark  Court,  in  the  Strand, 
Mar.     5,     John  Stringer,   aged  9,   son  of  Robert  S.,  bluemaker,  of 

Newgate  Street, 
Thomas  Mellish,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  bookbinder, 

of  Little  Britain. 
„       7.     William  Allen,  aged   9,   son  of   Susannah   A.,   grocer,  of 

Holborne. 
„     16.     John  Gatty,  aged  13,  son  of  Joseph  G.,  druggist,  of  Queen 

Street. 
Thomas   Howson,  aged   8,  son  of  —  H.,  coachmaker,  of 

Leather  Lane. 
Alexander   Henry  Harbin,   aged   9,   son  of  Rev.   Mr.   H., 

curate  of  Ludgate  Church. 
Thomas  Tidd,  aged  8,  son  of  Julius  T.,  collar  maker,  of 

Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
Philip  Thomas,  aged  9,  son  of  Walter  T.,  gent,  of  Newington 

Butts. 
James  Tringham,  aged  11,  son  of  John  T.,  of  Lovett's  Court, 

Paternoster  Ruw. 


150  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1771 

Admitted. 

Mar.  16.     Henry  Cross,  aged  13,  an  orphan. 
„     19.     Thomas  Lotty,  aged  10. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1770—71 : — 

John  Burton,  left  1771-72. 
Thomas  Jenkins,  left  1773-74. 
Francis  Rivers,  left  1771-72. 


;Mr.  John  Waters,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
Richard  Blucke,  Captaiti. 

Admitted  July  26,  1766,  as  Richard  Martin. 

Ajjr.     5.     Henry  Bridgman  Nettleship,  aged  7,  son  of  Henry  N.,  of 
St.  Mary-le-Bow,  Cheapside. 
„     10.     George  Lunn,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  L,,  attorney,  Rippon, 
Yorkshire. 
William  Obadiah  Cribb,  aged  12,  son  of  Wm.  C,  apothecary, 
of  Holborne. 

Entered  Guy's  Hospital  (nnder  Sir  Astley  Cooper)  ;  M.R.C.S.  ; 
Surgeon  at  St.  Giles's  Workhouse  during  the  riots  of  1780  ;  practised 
at  Bishop's  Stortford  ;  died  1813. 

„     22.     Jonathan  Newton,  aged   10,  son  of  Charles  N.,  printer, 
of  Red  Lyon  Street,  Clerkenwell. 
William   Petty,  aged    13,  an  orphan,    at    Mrs.    Robson's, 
brewer,  Clare  Markett. 
„     26.     Simon  Stanton,  aged  7,  an  oi-phan. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1781,  Christ  Church,  Oxford  (Servitor)  ;  son 
of  John  S.  of  the  City  of  London,  matriculated  as  "  plebei  fil."  (aged 
17);  B.A.  1784;  M.A.  1787. 

May  13.     John  Sharp  Eagland,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  E.,  apothecary, 

of  Holborne. 
June  10.     James  Heale,  aged  10,  son  of  James  H.,  gent,  of  Brooks 
Markett. 
John  Addison  Newman,  aged  11,  son  of  John  N.,  gent,  of 

Giltspur  Street. 
William  Lewis  Newman,  aged  9,  son  of  John  N.,  gent,  of 

Giltspur  Street. 
John  Wilson,  aged  12,  son  of  William  W.,  peruke  maker, 

of  the  parish  of  St.  Martin-in-the-Fields. 
William  Thomas  Sandiford,  aged  7,  son  of  Rev.  Rowland 
S.,  of  St.  Bartholomew's  Close. 
,,     15.     George  Varenne,   aged  14,  son  of  Ezekiel  V.,  beadle  of 
the  Apothecarys'  Company. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1779,  Corpus  Christ!  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1779;  B.A.  1783;  M.A.  1786;  S.T.B.  1809; 
Rector  of  Westley,  Cambridge  ;  Vicar  of  Elm,  with  Emneth  ;  died  1824. 

„     19.     George  Stringer,  aged  12,  son  of  William  S.,  of  Russell 
Court,  Covent  Garden. 


1 77 1]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  151 

Adinittcd. 

June  20.     Alfred    William    Roberts,    aged    7,    nephew   of    Richard 
Roberts,  High  Master  of  St.  Paul's  School. 

Campden   Exhibitioner,    1783,   Trinity  College,   Cambridge  ;    B  A. 
1787;  M.A.  1792. 

July     1.     Thomas    Broughton,    aged    13,    son    of    the    Rev.    Mr. 

Broughton,  of  Hatton  Garden. 
John  Towell  Rutt,"aged  11,  son  of  George  R.,  druggist,  of 

Friday  Street. 
„       5.     Charles  Reay,  aged   11,  son  of —  Reay,  of  Ayliff  Street, 

Goodmans  Fields. 
Sept.  27.     James  Montgomerie,  aged  8,  son  of  Jas.  M.,  of  Bennett's  Hill. 
William  Feild,  aged  9,  son  of  John  F.,  printer,  of  Hand 

Court,  Holborne. 
Eli  Bottomly,  aged  10,  son  of  James  B.,  gent,  of  Bridewell 

Precinct. 
Samuel  Jutsum,   aged  9,   son  of  Richard   J.,  butcher,   at 

No.  51,  Aldgate^High  Street. 
Philip  Gretton,  aged  14,  son  of  Rev.  Charles  G.,  Spring- 
field, Essex. 
Thomas  Soare,  aged  9,  son  of  William  S.,  linnen  printer, 

at  No.  29,  St.  Johns  Lane. 
Oct.   29.     Francis  Rouffignac,   aged    8,    son    of   William    R.,    callico 

printer,  of  Hertford. 
George  Waterhouse,  aged   9,   son  of  Benjamin  W.,  hard- 

wareman,  of  Holborne. 
Robert  Bussell,  aged  8,  son  of  Rbt.  B.,gent,  of  Ni-w  St.  Sq. 
Thomas  Blakey,  aged  15,  son  of  William  B.,  butcher,  of 

Gilderston,  York,  at  Mr.  Nelson's,  apothecary,  Holborne. 
William  Sills  Gunn,  aged  11,  son  of  Jolm  G.,  blacksmith, 

at  No.  24,  Aldermanbury. 
Robert  Thackray,  aged   13,   son  of  Robert  T.,  broker,  of 

Little  George  Street,  Grosvenor  Square. 
William  Rio  Mackdonald,  aged  11,  son  of  William  Rio  McD., 

apothecary,  of  Warwick  Lane. 
Dec.  18.     Charles  Ramshaw,  aged  10,  son  of  George  R.,  at  No.  58, 

Red  Cross  Street. 
John  Williams,  aged  15,  son  of  John  W.,  vicar  of  Bladwell, 

Salop. 
Owen  Williams,  aged  14,  son  of  John  W.,  vicar  of  Bladwell, 

Salop. 
Hugh  Charles,   aged  7,    nephew   of  Rowland  C,  peruke 

maker,  of  the  Strand. 
James  William  Hippen,  aged  9,  son  of  Stephen  H.,  water- 
man and  lighterman,  of  the  Savoy. 
John  Bulley,  aged  10,  son  of — B.,  apothecary,  Chippen 

Norton,  Oxfordshire. 
George  Nelson,  aged  8,  son  of  —  N.,  clerk  to  Mr.  Nutt, 

merchant  in  Bond  Street,  Scotch  Yard,  Bush  Lane. 
Samuel  Goodman,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel  G.,  of  Newgate  St. 


152  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1772 


1772 

Admitted. 

Jan.   20.     Thomas  Berridge,  aged  9,  son  of  William   B.,  oilman,  at 

No.  16,  in  Wood  Street. 
Salwey    Nash,    aged   11,  son  of  Salwey  N.,  engraver,  of 

Stanhope  Street,  Clare  Markett. 
John  Howard,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H.,  baker,  of  Sermon 

Lane,  Doctors'  Commons. 
Thomas  Ashmore,  aged  9,  son  of  Peter  A.,  brush  maker, 

of  Snow  Hill. 
James  Leshe,  aged  13,  son  of  Ann  L.,  of  F\;lwoods  Rents, 

Holborne. 
George  Gawler,  aged  7,  nephew  of  Sannel  G.,  attorney, 

Clement's  Inn. 

Proceeded  to  India  under  an  assumed  name  ;  cruised  about  in  the 
China  seas,  and  visited  Pegu  in  1786  ;  practised  as  an  attorney  in 
Calcutta  and  became  "  Company's  Attorney  "  ;  married  Miss  Tilney 
Long,  and  returned  to  England  1820. 

William  Smith,  aged  14,  son  of  Isabella  S.,  Greenwich. 
William  Orford,  aged  10,  son  of  William  0.,  Green  Grocer, 

of  Bell  Yard,  Temple  Barr. 
Feb.  28.     Thomas  Williams,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  drucrcHst,  of 

Smock  Alley. 
James  Howell,  aged  12,  son  of  George  H.,  carpenter.  Bell 

Yard,  Temple  Barr. 
Joseph  Jones,  aged  8,  son  of  Daniel  J.,  of  Red  Cross  Street, 

Cripplegate. 
Robert  Gimbert. 
Mark   Morley,   aged  10,   son  of  Susannah   M.,  widow,  of 

St.  Ann's,  Blackfryers. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1771-72. 

John  Wenham,  left  1772-73. 
John  Chetwood,  left  1772-73. 
John  Scott,  left  1773-74. 


]\[r.  Thomas  King,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
William  Robert  Wake,  Captain. 

Admitted  July  10,  1769. 

Apr.     3.     Thomas  Westurn,  aged  13,  son  of  Joseph  W.,   taylor,  of 
Gravel  Lane,  Southwark. 
Thomas  Keck,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  K.,  of  the  South  Sea 

House,  Hoxton  Square. 
William  Masters,  aged  12. 

Pauline  Exhiliitioner,  1776,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1777  ;  B.A.  1780  ;  migrated  to  Emmanuel  College 
as  Fellow-Commoner,  1782  ;  M.A.  1783  ;  Vicar  of  Waterbcach,  1784  ; 
died  1794. 


1772]  SCHOLARS   OF  ST    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  153 

Admitted. 

May   11.     William  Bye,  aged   12,  son  of  John  B.,  baker,  of  Puddle 

Dock  Hill. 
James  Hess,  aged  8,  son  of  Widow  H.,  of  Blossoms  Street, 

White  Lyon  Yard. 
John  Davison,  aged  9,  son  of  Nicholas  D.,  apothecary,  of 

Wood  Street. 
John  Thackray,  aged   12,  son   of  Wilh'am  T.,  broker,    of 

Great  George  Street,  Grosvenor  Square. 
John  Forster,    aged   14,   son  of  Rev.   Thomas  F.,  Hales- 

worth,  Suffolk. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1776,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B  A 

(Junior  Op.),  1780  ;  M.A.  1785. 

Samuel  Richard  Roberts,  aged  7,  nephew  of  Rev.  Richard 
Roberts,  High  Master  of  St.  Paul's  School. 
July  11,     John  Harbin,  aged    8,  son  of  Rev.   John   H.,  curate  of 
Shoreditch. 

Probably  J.  H.  who  was  elected  to  a  Scholarship  (Bath  and  Wells) 
at  Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford,  1785  ;  B.C.L.,  1792. 

Peter   Dennis,   aged    13,   son   of    Peter    Francis,   at   the 

Academy,  No.  12,  Charterhouse  Square. 
Richard  Harrison,  aged  9,  son  of  Rev.  Richard  H. 

Matriculated  at  Queen's  College,  Oxford,  "  cler.  fil.,"son  of  R.  H., 
of  St.  Giles's,  Middlesex,  aged  19,  April  18,  1782;  B.A.  1786. 

..     23.     John   Cribb,    aged    8,   son  of  William  C,  apothecary,  of 
Holborne. 

J.  Bythewood  C,  went  to  Westminster  Hospital  ;  Surgeon  and 
M.D.  ;  practised  in  High  Holborn,  particularly  as  a  Ladies'  Doctor, 
till  1832  ;  afterwards  in  Bloomsbury  Square  ;  died  1840. 

Robert  Cosens,  aged  14,  son  of  Robert  C,  gent,  Yetminster, 
near  Sherborne,  Dorsetshire. 

Wadham  College,  Oxford  (matriculated  as  the  son  of  Arthur  C, 
of  Yetminster,  aged  18,  March  29,  1776)  ;  B.A.  1779. 

Charles  Cosens,  aged  12,  son  of  Robert  C,  gent,  Yetminster, 

near  Sherborne,  Dorsetshire. 
Joshua  Reynolds  Leeming,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  L., 

attorney-at-law.  No.  8,  Dyer's  Buildings,  Holborne. 
William  Horwood,  aged  9,  son  of  Jesse  H.,  grocer,  of  King 

Street,  Golden  Square. 
Peter  Robinson,  aged  9,  son  of  Peter  R.,   chaser,   No.  3, 

Coxes  Court,  Aldersgate  Street. 
John  Moore  Brooke,  aged   15,  son  of  Rev.  Dr.  John   B., 

rector  of  Colney,  in  Norfolk. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,    1776,  Trinity  College,  CBnibri<lge  ;  Perry 

Exhibitioner,    1776-83  ;    Scholar,    1778  ;    fe.A.    (Junior   Op.),   1780  • 

M.A.  1783;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1782-85. 

John  Hazey,  aged  7,  son  of  Samuel  H.,  sta}'  maker,  of 
Tabernacle  Walk,  St.  Luke's,  Middlesex. 

William    Henry   Whittell,   aged    8,    son    of  Thomas   W., 
Chamberlain's  Office,  Guildhall. 
Nov.    6.     Thomas   Walter    WiUiams,    aged    9,    son    of  Walter   W., 
attorney,  of  Lamb's  Conduit  Street. 


154  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1772 

Admitted. 

Nov.  6.  Samuel  Stable,  aged  12,  son  of  John  S.,  gent,  of  Blooms- 
bury  Churchyard. 

John  Clarke,  aged  11,  son  of  John  C,  surgeon,  of  Fleet 
Street. 

William  Innes,  aged  11,  son  of  James  I.,  peruke  maker,  of 
St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 

George  Limming,  aged  9,  son  of  Mary  L.,  widow,  of  Shore- 
ditch. 

Thomas  Malpas,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  butcher,  01 
Newgate  Markett. 

George  Boles,  aged  11,  at  Mr.  Kenwin's,  in  Kirby  Court, 
Foul  Lane,  Borough. 


1773 

Thomas  Ansell,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  grocer,  of  Leather 

Lane. 
Feb.     4.     John    Stead,   aged    10,   son   of  Robert   S.,   taylor,   Great 

Knightrider  Street,  Doctors'  Commons. 
Samuel  Inman,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  L,  brandy  merchant, 

of  West  Smithfield. 
Charles  Lee,  aged  8,  son  of  George  L.,  attorn ey-at-law,  of 

Queen  Street. 
Thomas  Famworth,  aged  8,  son  of  John  F.,  at  Mr.  Parker's, 

printer,  in  Bullhead  Court,  Jewin  Street. 
William  Sanders,  aged  12,  son  of  John  S.,  furrier,  of  Tash 

Street,  Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
Charles  Coote,  aged  12,  son  of  John  C,  at  Mr.  Lister's,  Old 

Bailey. 

Captain,  1778-79  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ; 
B.A.  1780  ;  M.A.  1785  ;  D.C.L.  1789  ;  practised  in  Doctors'  Commons  ; 
died  1835  ;  author  of  History  of  England  to  1783,  Life  of  Caius  Juliiis 
Ccvsar,  Hutory  of  the  Union  of  Great  Britain  and  Ireland,  Elements 
of  Grammar  of  the  English  Language,  Mosheim's  Ecelesiastical  History, 
brought  down  to  the  eighteenth  century. 

James  Henry  Moore,  aged  9,  son  of  John  M.,  silversmith, 
of  Fleet  Street. 
„     17.     William  Tai'ver,  aged  10,  son  of  William  T.,  malt  factor, 
of  Queen  Hithe. 

Died  3"oung,  and  was  buried  at  St.  Michael's,  Queenhithe,  London. 

Jonathan  King,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas   K.,  of  St.  John's, 
Hackney. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1772-73. 

William  Watson,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  December 

20,  1773. 
Somers  Clarke,  left  1773-74. 


1773]  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  155 


Mr.  Thomas  Palmer,  Surveyor- J ccount ant. 
John  Anderson,  Captain. 

Admitted  March  20,  1770. 

11.     William   Henry   Blurton,   aged    11,   son   of  William   B., 

attorney,  at  No.  2,  Inner  Temple  Lane. 
19.     Henry  Green,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  G.,  gent,  of  King 

Street,  Covent  Garden. 
Philip  Moore,  aged  12,  son  of  Philip  M.,  Vicar-General's 

Office,  Doctors'  Commons. 
7.     John   Jones,   aged   11,  son  of  Robert  J.,  tobacconist,  at 

No.  15,  Bennett's  Hill,  Doctors'  Commons. 
James   Panchen,   aged   9,  son   of    Giles   P.,   of    Doctors' 

Commons. 
William  Moore,  aged  10,  son  of  Philip  M.,  Vicar-General's 

Office,  Doctors'  Commons. 
John  Rowley,  aged  8,  son  of  Abben  R.,  of  Bread  Street. 
Robert  Bussell,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  B.,  of  Nevell's  Court, 

Fetter  Lane. 
John  Law,  aged  11,  son  of  Bed  well  L.,  bookseller,  of  Ave 

Maria  Lane,  Ludgate  Street. 
Alexander  Billings,  aged  12,  son  of  Randall   B.,  Penny 

Post-Office,  Throgmorton  Street. 
Joseph  Bainbridge,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  B.,  apothecary, 

of  Leather  Lane,  Holborne. 
William  Choppin,  aged  10,  son  of  Widow  C,  smith,  of  Bell 

Yard,  Gracechurch  Street. 
John  Willis  Birt,  aged  11,  son  of  John  B.,  letter-carrier,  of 

Shoreditch. 
Samuel  Deeve,  aged  12,  son  of  John  D.,  grocer,  Oxford. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1780,  Balliol  College,  Oxford  (generosi  filius 
natu  tertius  de  civitate  Oxen,  adniissiis  est  Commensalis  1779)  ; 
B.A.  1782  i  M.A.  1786. 

George  Bell,  aged  12,  son  of  William  B.,  surveyor  of  excise, 
at  Lambeth. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1779,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Periy 
Exhibitioner,  1779-86  ;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.),  1783  ;  M.A.  1787  ;  Vicar 
of  Bloxham,  Oxford. 

James  Arnold,  aged  8,  son  of  William  A.,  at  No.  42,  Old 

Bailey. 
Thomas  Anstead,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  brazier,  of 

Coleman  Street. 
Robert   Sandford  Schomberg,   aged   9,  son   of  Ralph  S., 

M.D.,  Bath. 
John  Tarver,  aged  8,  son  of  William  T.,  malt  factor,  of 

Queen  Hithe. 

Was  detained  in  France  during  the  great  war ;  father  of  John 
Charles  Tarver,  J'rench  Master  at  Eton,  and  grandfather  of  the  Kev. 
Joseph  Tarver,  of  Filgrave,  Bucks,  and  Canon  (Charles)  Tarver,  tutor 
to  H.R.H.  Prince  of  Wales,  and  Henry  and  Francis  Tarver,  French 
Masters  at  Eton,  1883. 


156  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1773 

Admitted. 

May     7.     James  Thomas,  aged  9,  son  of  William  T.,  taylor,  of  St. 

Martin's. 
July     3.     Thomas  Bailey  Watson,  son  of  William  W.,  esquire,  Kirton, 

Lincolnshire 
„     30.     Kobert  Mark  De  la  Fosse,  aged  14..  son  of  Mr.  De  la  Fosse, 

Richmond. 

St.  Mary  Hall,  O.xford,  R.C.L.  1797  ;  presented  Spence's  Polymetif! 
to  the  St.  Paul's  School  Library  {vide  Inscription). 

Sejit.  24.     Joseph  Simpson,  aged  12,  son  of  Joseph  S.,  coal  dealer,  of 

Warwick  Court,  Holborne. 
William  Simpson,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  S.,  coal  dealer,  of 

Warwick  Court,  Holborne. 
John  Hinckley,  aged  7,  son  of  Dr.  H.,   M.D.,  of  Alder- 

manbury. 
Joshua   Piatt,   son  of  Samuel  P.,  attorney,  and  clerk  to 

Lord  Mansfield,  of  Barnani's  Inn. 
George  Waren,  aged  12,  son  of  Robert  W.,  Golden  Hill, 

Loughton,  Essex. 
Oct.    29.     John  Wilkinson,  aged  13,  son  of  Cuthbert  W.,  haberdasher, 

of  Wood  Street,  Cheapside. 
William  Hadden,  aged  7,  son  of  William  H.,  attorney,  of 

Took's  Court,  Castle  Yard,  Holborne. 
Charles  Gibbs,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  G.,  attorney-at-law, 

of  Union  Court,  Holborne. 
William  Frost,  aged  9,  at  the  Coach  and  Horses,  near  the 

New  Church  in  the  Strand. 
Richard  Jones,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  J.,  peruke  maker, 

of  Mooregate. 
Nov,  12.     William   Collins,  aged   8,  son  of  John  C,  of  Knightrider 

Street. 
Dec.  17.     John  Sewell,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  S.,  surveyor  of  excise. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1784,  Pembroke  College,  Oxford ;  Scholar 
(Wightwick)  ;  B.A.  1788;  M.A.  1791;  D.C.L.  1795;  F.R.S.  ; 
Knighted  1815 ;  Judge  of  the  Vice-Admiralty  Court  of  Malta ; 
died  18.33. 

William  Reynolds,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  R.,  one  of  the 

Arts  Masters  of  Bridewell. 

Possibly  W.  R.  of  Chelmsford,  Essex  ;  entered  Exeter  College, 
Oxford,  Ajiril  17,  1780  ;  B.A.  1783  ;  name  removed  1784,  but  .sub- 
sequently M.A.  1815. 

Joseph  Harris,  aged   10,   son  of  Robert   H.,   druggist,   of 

St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Michael  Dobbs,  agedV,  son  of  Simon  D.,  at  No.  119,  Fleet 

Street. 
„    20.     William  Watson,  aged  14,  son  of  Rev.  James  W.,  of  Hatton 

Garden. 
John    Holland,    aged   8,   sou   of  Henry   H.,  of  Tunbridge 

Wells,  Islington. 
„     27.     John  Sebastian  Witz,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  victualler,  of 

St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 


1774]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  157 


1774 

Admitted. 

Jan.  18.     Robert  Gray,  aged  13,  sou  of  Widow  G.,  Cambridge. 

Campdeu  Exhibitioner,  1778,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1779-85  ;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.),  1782  ;  M.A.  1785  ;  Hector 
of  Twinstead,  Essex,  1783;  of  Little  Yoldham,  1802;  died  1837, 
aged  78. 

William  Hinton,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel  H.,  bookbinder, 

of  Dolphin  Court,  Ludgate  Hill. 
Abraham   Eastlake  Keylock,  aged    12,    son    of   John    K., 

looking-glass  manufacturer,  at  No.  11,  Hatton  Garden. 
Seth  Stephen  Ward,  aged  7,  son  of  Seth  W.,  gent,  of  the 

Bank. 

Senior  Clerk  in  Accountant  -  General's  Office,  Chancery  Lane, 
1786-1839  ;  Director  of  Hospital  for  French  Protestants  in  London  ; 
died  18i5, 

Thomas  Selby,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  gent,  of  White- 
chapel. 

Burton  Morris,  aged  10,  son  of  Rev.  Dr.  M.,  of  Hatton 
Garden. 

Richard  Stacey,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  S.,  of  Tookes 
Court,  Cursitors  Street,  Chancery  Lane. 

John  Philpot,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  P.,  shoemaker,  of 
New  Cock  Lane,  Bethnal  Green. 

Peter  Dilly,  aged  14,  son  of  Widow  D.,  of  West- 
minster. 

William  Jones  Williams,  aged  10,  son  of  Walter  W.,  of 
Great  Queen  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn  Fiel 's. 
Feb.  15.     John  Shuttleworth,  aged  11,  son  of  Widow  S.,  Sherborne, 
Dorset. 

William  Clarkson,  aged  10,  son  of  William  C,  the  Pre- 
rogative Office,  Doctors'  Commons. 

Walter  Pryon  Pigott,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  at  No.  46,  Fetter 
Lane. 

James  Newby,  aged  11,  son  of  John  N.,  of  Southampton 
Buildings,  Chancery  Lane. 

Timothy  Neeves,  aged  10,  son  of  William  N.,  musician, 
of  the  Old  Bailey. 

John    Peck,   aged    10,   son   of    John   P.,    grocer,   of   the 
Strand. 
Mar.  14,     Thomas  Poole,  aged  9,  son  of  Mary  P.,  widow,  of  Dyer's 
Buildings,  Holborne. 

John  Middleton  (Myddelton),  aged  15,  son  of  Sarah  M., 
widow  of  Rev.  Thomas  M.,  late  vicar  of  Melton 
Mowbray. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1778,  Sidney  Sussex  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  (Fifth  Senior  Op.),  1782;  M.A.  1785;  S.T.B.  1792;  Fellow  of 
Sidney  ;  Rector  of  Bucknall,  Lincolnshire,  1804  ;  died  1834,  aged  76. 

Charles  Pollard,  aged  10,  son  of  Martha  P.,  widow,  butcher, 
of  Clare  Market!. 


158  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1774 


Mk.  Richard  Windsor,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
James  Wadeson,  Captain. 

Admitted  June  30,  1769. 
Admitted. 

Mar.  24.     James  Berry,  aged  16,   son  of  James  B.,  box  maker,  of 
St.  Andrew's,  Hoi  borne. 

Pauline  Exliibitiouer,   1780,    Corpus   Christi  College,    Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1780. 

Apr.  22.     Thomas  Somerville,  aged  9,  grandson  of  Robert  Woolridge, 

painter,  at  No.  9,  near  the  King's  Road,  Gray's  Inn 

Lane. 
William  Manning,  aged  11,  son  of  William  M.,  court  hatter 

and  hosier,  the  corner  of  Palgrave's  Head. 
Samuel  Nettleship,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  N.,  of  St.  Mary- 

le-Bow,  Cheapside. 
John  Taylor  Lamb,  aged  14,  son  of  late  John  Taylor  L., 

Croydon,  Surry. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,   1778,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 

Exhibitioner,  1779-85  ;  B.A.  (Seventh  Junior  Op.),   1782  ;  Rector  of 

Upper  Helmley,  Yorkshire  ;  died  1828,  aged  70. 

William    Lamb,  aged    10,   son    of  late    John   Taylor   L. 

Croydon,  Surry. 
Thomas  Lamb,  aged  8,  son  of  late  John  Taylor  L.,  Croydon, 

Surry. 
„    24.     John  Parker,  aged  8,  son  of  John  R,  jeweller  and  toyman, 

of  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
^Lay  11.     John    Ansted,   aged    8,    son    of    Thomas   A.,    brazier,    of 

Coleman  Street. 
William  White,  aged  11,  son  of  James  W.,  coal  dealer,  of 

Bennett's  Hill. 
James  White,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  coal  dealer,  of 

Bennett's  Hill. 
John  Johnson,  aged  9,  son  of  John  J.,  working  goldsmith, 

of  Maiden  Lane. 
Thomas  Pearce  Browne,  aged  9,  son  of  John  B.,  gent,  of  the 

Feu  Office,  Inner  Temple. 
Samuel  Browne,  aged  7,  son  of  John  B.,  gent,  of  the  Feu 

Office,  Inner  Temple. 
William  Waine,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  beadle  of  the 

Founders'  Company. 
William   Dawson,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas    D.,    gent,    of 

Staining  Lane,  Wood  Street. 
John  Dawson,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  gent,  of  Staining 

Lane,  Wood  Street. 
,,    18.     Richard  Harvey,  aged  13,  son  of  Richard  H.,  shoemaker,  of 

Honeysuckle  Court,  Grubb  Street. 
June  20.     James  Blucke,  aged  11,  son  of  —  Blucke. 
July     9.     Thomas  Scardefield  (Scardifield),  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  S., 

the  Academy,  in  Academy  Court,  Chancery  Lane. 


1774]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  159 

Admitted. 

July     9.     Robert  Rowe,  ao'ed  13,  son  of  William  R.,  apothecary,  at 
No.  116,  Bunbill  Row. 
Elias    Griffies,    aged    9,    son    of    Rev,    Mr.    G.,    rector   of 
Saundersted,  near  Croydon,  Surry. 

Cainpden  Exhibitioner,  1783,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  (Elias 
Erasmus  G.)  ;  B.A.  1787  ;  M.A.  1791. 

Samuel  Harrington,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  trunk  maker, 

the  corner  of  Chancery  Lane,  Holborne. 
Sept.  13.     Henage  Robinson  Williams,  aged  12,  son  of  Theophilus  W., 

broker,  of  Bread  Street. 
„    20.     George  Gall,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  G.,  of  the  parish  of 

Sb.  Faith's. 
„    27.     John  Parsons,  aged  12,  son  of  John  P.,  tallow  chandler,  of 

Gray's  Inn  Lane,  Holborne. 
„    28.     Matthew  Mapletoff  (Mapletoft),  aged  13,  son  of  Rev.  Robert 

M.,  minister  of  Saffron  Walden,  Essex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1780,  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A. 
1784  ;  M.A.  1787  ;  Fellow  of  Emmanuel ;  S.T.B.  1794  ;  Kectorof  Aller, 
Rutland,  1796  ;  Rector  of  Easington,  Yorkshii-e,  1799  ;  Vicar  of  Ted- 
dington,  Yorkshire,  1812. 

Oct.     4.     Henry  Hall,   aged  11,  son  of  Henry    H.,   gent,  of  Moor- 
fields. 

1775 

Jan.     5.     Thomas  Salmon,  aged  14,  son  of  Rev.  Henry  S.,  Audlem, 
Cheshire. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1779,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1779  ;  migrated  to  St.  John's  ;  B.A.  (Eleventh 
Wrangler)  1782;  M.A.  1786;  Fellow  of  St.  John's;  S.T.B.  1793; 
Rector  of  Dogmersfield  and  Farley,  Hants,  1797  ;  died  1824,  aged  64, 
and  was  buried  at  Odiham. 

„    18.     William  Filmer,  aged  13,  son  of  Rev.  Edmund  F.,  Cmndale, 
Kent. 

Captain,  1779-80  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Corpus  Christi  College, 
Oxford  ;  Scholar,  1779  ;  B.A.  1783  ;  M.A.  1787  ;  B.D.  1795  ;  Fellow  of 
Corpus,  1791  ;  Rector  of  Heyford  Purcell,  Oxfordshire,  1797. 

„    21.     John  Morice,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  Mr.  M.,  rector  of  All- 
hallows,  Bread  Street. 
Robert  Heslop,  aged  14,  son  of  Rev.  Thomas  H.,  Redmire, 
Yorkshire. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1779,  Sidney  Sussex  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  (Fourth  Wrangler  and  First  Chancellor's  Medallist),  1783  ; 
Members'  Prizeman  (Mid.  Bac.)  1784;  (Senior  Bac.)  1785;  M.A. 
1786  ;  Fellow  of  Sidney. 

Charles    Rivington  Broughton,  aged   11,  son  of  Rev.  Mr. 
B.,  of  Hatton  Street. 
Mar.  17.     John  Hepworth,  son  of  Rev.  John  H.,  vicar  of  Graffham, 
Huntingdon. 
Richard  Jeffries,  aged  12,  son  of  Rev.  Edward  J.,  Isleworth. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1781,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  (R  Jeffreys); 
B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1785  ;  M.A.  1802  ;  Rector  of  Throcking,  Herts, 
1786  ;  died  183U,  aged  63. 


160  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1775 

Admitted. 

Mar.  17.     William    Haig,  aged   12,   son    of  Captain   Alexander    H., 

of  Wapping. 
„     20.     William  Chapman,  aged  8,  son  of  William  C,  coal  metre, 

of  the  Old  Change. 

Boys,  not  on  the  Foundation,  admitted  1774—75  : — 
John  Thomas,  left  1776-77. 

Caius  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1779. 

Thomas  Porter,  left  1777-78. 

John  Rowe,  left  1775—76. 

Robert  Creed,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  November  1 5, 
1776. 

Samuel  Watson,  left  1775-76. 

James  Chichester  Maclaurin,  left  1783 -S-t. 

Edward  Roberts,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  July  12, 
1775. 

Richard  Warren,  left  1779-80. 

Donald  Maclaurin,  left  1777-78. 

Samuel  Mansfield,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  Sep- 
tember 1,  1775. 

Charles  Jenkin,  left  1776—77. 

James  Hussey. 

He  appears  as  John  H.  in  the  Apposition  List,  1776,  and  Joseph  H. 
in  1777  ;  he  left  in  1779-80. 

Henry  Watkins. 

He   appears   as   Thomas   W.    in   the   Apposition   List,    1776  ;   left 
1777-78. 

Joseph  Eyre. 

He   appears   as   Thomas   E.    in    the   Apposition    List,    1776  ;   left 
1778-79. 
Abraham  Hayke,  left  1775-76. 
Richard  Eyre,  left  1778-79. 


Mr.  Robert  Lathropp,  Sunryor-Accounfant. 
James  Wadeson,  Captain. 

Admitted  June  30,  1769. 

Apr.  24.     John  Parsons,  aged  12,  son  of  John  P.,  tallow  chandler,  of 
Gray's  Inn  Lane,  Holborne. 
Stephen  Jones,  aged  11,   son  of  Giles  J.,  gent,  of  York 
Buildings,  Water  Office. 

Began  life  as  a  sculptor  ;  afterwards  apprenticed  to  a  printer  ;  sub- 
sequently Editor  of  the  Whitehall  Evening  FoH,  General  Evening  Pod, 
Freemcison'x  Magazine,  European  Magazine  ;  Author  of  Abridgement  of 
Burke's  Reflection.'^,  1791,  Ahridgement  of  IVard'a  Natural  Hiitory, 
1793,  History  of  Poland,  1795,  Gray's  Poetical  ll'orks,  V 9S,  Daviss' 
Life  of  Garrick,  1808,  Biographia  Dramalica,  1812,  kc..,  kc. 

Samuel    Raster,  aged    11,   son    of  John    R,    Hales    End, 
Cradlev,  Herefordshire. 


SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  Ifll 


Thomas    Coleman,    aged    13,    sou    of    Thomas    C,    school 

master.  Isle  of  Thanett. 
Zenas  James  Talboys,  aged  10,  son  of  James  T.,  peruke 

maker,  of  St.  Clement's  Danes. 
Edward  Roberts  aged  12,  son  of  Widow  R,.,  Croydon,  Surrey. 

Captain,  1781-S2  ;  Campden  Exliibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Ejdubitlouer,  1783-87  ;  M.B.  1787  ;  M.D.  1792. 

John  Moulds,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  peruke  maker, 
of  Devereux  Court,  in  the  Sti'and. 

John  Cay,  aged  9,  son  of  John  C,  citizen  and  baker,  at 
No.  200,  White  Cross,  St.  Luke's. 

Robert  Cay,  aged  8,  son  of  John  C,  citizen  and  baker,  at 
No.  200,  Wiiite  Cross,  St.  Luke's. 

Samuel  Mansfield,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  Rishton, 
surgeon,  of  Chancery  Lane. 

John  Healey  Bluck,  son  of  James  B.,  tallow  chandler,  at 
No.  48,  Bunhill  Row. 

Edward  Boxley,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  B.,  gent,  of  High 
liolborne. 

Samuel  Rodd,  son  of  Thomas  R.,  of  Queen's  Head  Court, 
Paternoster  Row. 

Thomas  Walker,  aged  12,  son  of  John  W.,  gent,  of 
Warwick  Court,  Holborne. 

Thomas  Powell,  aged  14,  son  of  William  P.,  of  Islington. 

Thomas  Clarkson,  aged  15. 

Son  of  Rev.  Mr.  Clarkson  of  Wisbech  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1780  ; 
Sizar  of  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  Gower  Exhibitioner,  1779  ; 
B.A.  (1st  Junior  Op.),  1783  ;  Members'  Prizeman  (Mid.  Bac),  1784  ; 
(Senior  Bau.),  1785  ;  M.A.  1786.  His  Latin  Essay  Un  the  Slavery  a7id 
Commerce  of  the  Human  S2xcics,  2Mrtindarhi  the  Jfrican,  being 
translated  and  ])ublished,  was  the  first  step  towards  the  abolition  of  tho 
African  Slave  Trade.  He  was  the  author  of  numerous  works  and 
pamphlets  on  the  slavery  question,  including  The  EMory  of  the 
Abolition  of  the  Slave  Trade,  1808  ;  also  of  The  Portraiture  of 
Quakerif!m,  arid  The  Public  and  Private  Life  of  IVilliam  Pcnn ;  died 
at  Playstead,  Suffolk,  1840,  aged  86,  and  was  buried  there. 

„    13.     Thomas  Challiner,   aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  C,  gent,  of 

Bridewell  Precinct. 
John  Cudlipp,  aged  13,  son  of  Matthew  C,  surgeon,  South- 

molton,  Devon. 
George  Martin  Maber,  aged  8,  son  of  Peter  M.,  bay  factor, 

of  Tobacco  Old  Court,  Gracechurch  Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1784,  St.  John's  College.  Cambridge;  B.A. 
1788  ;  M.A.  1794  ;  Piector  of  Merthyr  Tydvil,  1795  ;  died  at  Swamsca, 
1844,  aged  77. 

Philip  Smith,  aged  10,  son  of  Philip  S.,  shagreen  case- 
maker,  of  Westmoreland  Buildinc^s,  Aldersgate  Street. 

Joseph  James  Gosford,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  G. 

Edward  Poi>le,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  P.,  gent,  of 
Palsgrave's  Head  Court. 

Thomas  Clarke,  aged  13,  son  of  Esme  C,  gent,  of  Sadlers' 
Hall. 


162  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1775 

Admitted. 

Oct.   13.     William  Curd,  aged  9,  son  of  William  C,  farmer,  Epping, 

Essex. 
Nov.    4.     John  Williams,  aged  10,  son  of  John  W.,  gent,  of  Mercers' 
Court. 
„     10.     Marshall    Spink,    aged    12,    son    of    John    S.,     Stairds, 

Yorkshire. 
„     17.     Thomas  Daniel  Trollope,  aged  14,  son  of  Thomas  T. 

Pauline    Exhibitioner,    1780,   "Wadham    College,   OiLford ;    Scholar, 
1779  ;  B.A.  1783  ;  M.A.  1786  ;  Fellow,  1786. 


1776 


Jan.   26.     Augustus  Thesiger,  aged  7,  son  of  William  T.,  gent,  Excise 
Office. 

Of  the   Excise   Office  ;    Surveyor-General   of  Customs  ;    died   un- 
married, 1837. 

William  Augustus  Clarke,  aged  9,  son  of  William  Augustus 
C,  gent,  of  Clerkenwell  Green. 
Feb.     6.     Walter  White,  aged  8,  son  of  James  W.,  broker,  of  Friday 
Street. 
George    Poole,    aged    11,   son    of    Edward    P.,    gent,    of 

Palsgrave's  Head  Court,  in  the  Strand. 
William  Richards,  aged  9,  son  of  William  P.,  parish  clerk 
of  St.  Mary-le-Strand,  of  Helmet  Court,  Strand. 

PauUne  Exhibitioner,  1784,  St.  John's  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1789. 

Samuel  Morin,  aged  13,  son  of  Samuel  M.,  merchant,  of 

Great  Bell  Alley,  Coleman  Street. 
Joseph  Eagland,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  E.,  apothecary  and 

man  midwife,  opposite  Chancery  Lane,  Holborne. 
John  Fawcett,  aged  8,  son  of  John  F.,  of  Craven  Buildings, 

Drury  Lane. 
John   Fawcett  born   1769  ;    educated   at   St.    Paul's   School,    and 

apprenticed  to  a  linendraper  ;  joined  a  strolling  company  of  players 

under  the  name  of  Foote  ;    acted  at  Co  vent  Garden,    1791  ;    Acting 

Manager  at  the  Haymarket  ;  author  of  several  plays  and  ballets,  Obi, 

Pcrousc,  The  Enchanted  Island. 

William  Nicholl,  aged  10,  son  of  William  N.,  bookseller,  of 

St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Charles  Etty,  aged  13,  son  of  Andrew  E.,  vicar  of  Selbourn, 

Southampton. 
John  Digby  Fowell. 

Pauline  E.xhibitioner,  1785,  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  1784  ;  B.A.  1788. 

„     23.     Joseph  Winder,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  W.,  stock  broker, 
of  Gray's  Inn. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1783,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 

Mar.     6.     John  Gurney,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  G.,  shorthand  writer, 
of  Southampton  Buildings,  Chancery  Lane. 


1776]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  \m 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1775— 7G  : — 

Charles  Vincent,  left  1776-77. 
Louis  Turner,  left  1776-77. 
James  Platell,  left  1780-81. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  LL.B.  1790. 

John  Parkin. 

He  appears  as  Joseph  P.  in  tlie  Apposition  List,  1777,  left  1781-S2. 

John  Tucker,  left  1776-77. 


Mr.  Nathaniel  Hillier,  Survey  or- Accountant. 
James  Wadeson,  Captain. 

Admitted  June  30,  1769. 
Admitted. 

Mar.  27.     Thomas    Thompson,    aged    9,   son    of    Thomas    T.,    seal 
engraver,  of  Ave  Maria  Lane,  Ludgate  Street. 
Matthew  Pearce,  aged  12,  son  of  Matthew  P.,  bricklayer, 
of  St.  John's,  Westminster. 
Apr.  27.     James  Monk,  aged  9,  son  of  John  M.,  glaziex-,   of  Finch 
Lane. 
John  Poticary,  aged  12,  son  of  ChristoiDher  P.,  watchcase 
maker,  of  Bridgewater  Square. 
May     1.     Thomas    Turton,    aged    10,   son    of    William    T.,    Harley 
Bushes,  Amwell,  Herts. 
Mark  Gregory,  aged  10,  son  of  Barnard  G.,  Wax  Chandlers' 

Hall. 
James  Baddeley,  aged  10,  son  of  James  B.,  ironmonger,  of 
Golden  Lane. 
„      7.     William  Parsons,   aged   12,  son  of  Samuel  P.,  grocer,   of 
Newgate  Street. 
Theophilus  Browne,  aged  12,  son  of  John  B.,  jDenmaker,  of 
No.  4,  Grange  Court,  Carey  Street. 
„    14.     Nathaniel  Altham  Cumberlege,  fatherless. 
June  11.     Francis  Keeble,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel  K.,  carver,  of  the 
Old  Change. 
John  Frith,  aged  12,  son  of  Hannah  F.,  Yorkshire. 
July  10.     Thomas   Layton,   aged    10,    son    of  Henry  L.,    baker,    of 
Cartwright  Street,  Rosemary  Lane. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1784,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1787  ;  B.A.  1788  ;  M.A.  1791  ;  Vicar  of  Chigwell  and 
Rector  of  Theydon  Bois,  Essex,  1803  ;  died  1833,  aged  68. 

Thomas  Miller,  aged  8,  son  of  Rev.  Mr.  ]\L,  of  Islington. 
Thomas  Owen  Upton,  aged  7,  an  orphan,  at  Mr.  Edward 

Upton's,  Paternoster  Row. 
Richard  Charles  Perry,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  P.,  of  No. 

58,  Shoe  Lane. 
John  Dawson,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard   D.,   engraver,  of 

Bagnio  Court,  Newgate  Street. 

M  2 


SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1776 


John  Banks,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  B.,  of  Salisbury  Court, 

Fleet  Street. 
Richard  Dawson,  a:(ed  9,  son  of  Richard  D.,  engraver,  of 

Bagnio  Court,  Newgate  Street. 
John  Detlefson,  aged  9,  son  of  Mr.  D.,  taylor,  of  Jackson's 

Court,  Blackfryers. 
Gamaliel  Hordell,  aged  10,  sou  of  Widow  H.,  of  Beaufort 

Buildings,  Strand. 
William  Shergold,  aged  10,  son  of  Widow  S.,  at  the  Sun 

Taverne,  Clare  Street,  Clare  Markett. 
Robert  Markland  Barnard,  aged   7,   son  of  Mr.    Thomas 

Allen  B.,  citizen  and  mercer. 

Hon.   East   India   Company's   Civil   Service  ;    Master   of  Mercers' 

Company,     1814-15 ;    Surveyor-Accountant    of    St.    Paul's    School, 

1815-16  ;  died  1814. 

„    30.     George  Chilton,  aged  10,  an  orphan,  at  his  uncle's,  JSIr. 

John  Chilton,  attorney-at-law,  Tooke's  Court,  Chancery 

Lane. 

George  Larabley,  aged  8,  son  of  George  L.,  butcher,  at 

No.  26,  Bread  Street. 

ct.      8.     Thomas  Hayes,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  linen  draper, 

of  Leather  Lane. 
„    26.     John  Lockart  Barnard,  son  of  John  B. 

ov.    5.     Richard   Hopwood,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard   H.,  cheese- 
monger, of  Water  Lane,  Fleet  Street. 
„    15.     Joseph  Wright,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  W.,  schoolmaster,  of 
Lime  Street. 
Robert    Creed,   aged    17,    son  of  Rebecca   C,    widow,    of 
Bedford  Street,  Bedford  Row. 
„    22.     George  Chapman,  aged    9,  son  of  Edward  C,  founder  of 
Silver,  Fleet  Markett. 
John  Gilbert,  aged  12,  son  of  John  G.,  of  Chiswell  Street. 
Robert  Bingham,  aged  10,  son  of  Rev.  Mr.  B.,  Bishopstort- 
ford,  Herts. 

ProbaLly  R.  B.  of  St.  Mary  Hall,   B.A.   1789,   wlio  matriculated 
April  25,  1785,  aged  18,  clerici  fil.  Isaac!  Moody  de  Birchanger. 

Edward  Marshall  Mitchell  (Michell),  aged  9,  son  of  Rev. 
Mr.  M.,  Brutton,  Somerset. 

Exeter  College,  Oxford,  1783  ;  B.A.  1786. 

ec.     4.     Edward  Ball,  aged  8,  son  of  John  B.,  carpet  manufacturer, 

of  No.  56,  Paternoster  Row. 
Richard  Draper,  aged  0,  son  of  Mrs.  D.,  cheesemonger,  of 

Berkley  S([uave. 
„    ]  2.     William  Spilsbury,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  of  St.  Sepulchre's. 


1777]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  1C5 


1777 

Admiltcd. 

Jan.   20.     Samuel  Hosmer,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel  H.,  schoolmaster, 
of  King's  Street,  Bloomsbury. 
„    31.     Richard  Hosmer,  ^ged  9,  son  of  Samuel  II.,  schoolmaster, 
of  King's  Street,  Bloomsbury. 
Feb.  24.     William   Edward  Leadbeater,  aged  13,   son   of  John    L., 
rector  of  Thornton,  Bucks. 
John    Higgins,   aged    14,   son    of  —  H.,    gent,  Ditcheat, 
Somerset. 

Captain,  1782-83;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  AVadham  College,  Oxford; 
B.A.  1786  ;  M.A.  17S9. 

Mar.  22.     Joshua  Ruddock,  aged  14,  an  orphan,  with  the  Rev.  Mr. 
Bowen. 

Captain,  1781-82  ;  Panline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cnm- 
bridge  ;  B.A.  a4th  Wrangler),  1784  ;  M.A.  1787  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  ; 
Vicar  of  Hitchin,  Herts  ;  died  1821. 

Apr.     3.     Edward  Turton,  son  of  William  T.,  gent,  of  St.  James's 
Street. 
„     10.     Roderick  Jones,  aged  13,  son  of  Rev.  Roderick  J.,  rector 
of  Llannerwig,  Montgomery. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1776—77  : — 

Thomas  Rider,  left  1777-78. 

Samuel  Pitt,  left  1778-79. 

Roderick  Jones,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  10, 

1777. 
Robert  Maclaurin,  left  1781-82. 
John  Jones,  left  1777-78. 


Mr.  Nathaniel  Newnham,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
Stevens  Totton,  Captcdn. 

Admitted  September  H,  1768. 

Apr.  15.     Francis  Edward  Say,  son  of  the  Rev.  Francis  S.,  rector  of 
Hatley,  Cambridgeshire. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1784,  Corpus Christi College,  Cambridge  ;  Sykcs 
Exhibitioner,  1784  ;  B.A.  1788  ;  M.A  1791  ;  Vicar  of  Upton,  Nor- 
folk, 1793  ;  Vicar  of  Piainworth,  1793  ;  Vicar  of  Braughing  and  of 
Hatfield  St.  George,  Herts,  1795  ;  died  1846,  aged  83. 

„    19.     Charles  Crow. 
Llay  17.     Bates  Bye,  aged  8,  son  of  John  B.,  baker,  of  Blackfryers, 
„    27.     Samuel  Shirt,  aged  9,  son  of  Ehzabeth  S.,  widow,  of  Bow 

Lane,  Cheapside. 
„     28.     James  Archibald,  aged  12,  son  of  James  A.,  victualler,  of 
No.  27,  Wapping  Street,  near  the  Hermitage. 
George  Glenny,  aged  1  2. 


SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1777 


June  17.     Joseph  Patten  Rose,  aged  18,  son  of  Joseph  R,  ironmonger, 
of  Forster  Lane. 
Samuel  Benge,  aged  12,  son  of  Samuel  B.,  upholder,  of  St. 
Clement's  Danes. 
„    13.     Edmond  Samuel  Elisha,  aged  10,  son  of  Clifford  E. 
Sept.   2.     Frederick  Le  Cocq,  aged  9,  son  of  Frederick  L. 

„    13.     James  Poole,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  P.,  gent,  of  Palgrave's 
Head  Court,  Temple  Barr. 
Oct.     6.     Thomas  Vanhageu,  son  of  Thomas  V.,  of  the  parish  of  St. 
Gregory. 
Peter  Ashmore,  aged  8,  son  of  Peter  A.,  brushmaker,  of 

Snow  Hill. 
Daniel  Asher  Alexander,  aged  9,  son  of  Daniel  A. 
John  Henry  Andrews,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  vintner, 

of  Russell  Street. 
Edward  Broun  Nowell,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  N.,  gent,  of 
Rood  Lane,  Fenchurch  Street. 
„     11.     William  Burleigh,  aged  10,  son  of  James  B.,  alderman  of 

Cambridge. 
„    18.     John  Owen,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  O.,  of  Old  Street, 
Middlesex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1784,  Corpus  Cliri.sti  College,  Cambridge ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1784  ;  B.A.  (3rd  Senior  Op.),  1788  ;  M.A.  1791  ; 
Fellow  of  Corpus,  1789-94  ;  one  of  the  Founders  of  the  British  and 
Foreign  Bible  Society,  1804,  and  Principal  Secretary  ;  Rector  of 
Paglesham,  Esse.x,  1808  ;  Minister  of  Park  Chapel,  Chelsea,  and  for 
many  years  Curate  of  Fulliam,  Middlesex  ;  died  1822,  aged  57,  and 
was  buried  at  Fulham  ;  Author  of  Travels  into  different  Parts  of 
£uropa  i7i  1791  and  1792,  and  manj'  Sermons  and  Letters  on  behalf  of 
the  Bible  Society. 

James  Symes,  aged  13,  son  of  John  S.,  attorney. 
Ferdinando  Morris,  son  of  William  M.,  late  of  Grosvenor 

Street,  at  Mr.  Ball's,  No.  56,  Paternoster  Row. 
Nov.     1.     William  Williams,  aged   10,  son  of  Mary  Liston,  at   the 

Ship,  Ivey  Lane. 
James  Boulter,  son  of  George  B.,  Kempsey,  Worcestershii'e. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1785,  Mertnn  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1788  ; 
M.A.  1795  ;  Probationer  Fellow  of  ilerton,  1789. 

4.     Richard  Nixon,  aged  13,  son  of  Richard  N.,  gent,  of  No. 

35,  Lamb's  Conduit  Street. 
10.     John  Welbank,  aged  11,  nephew  of  James  Farnham,  of 

No.  40,  Fleet  Markett. 
12.     James  Harrison,  aged  11,  son  of  Mary  H,  widow,  of  Red 

Lyon  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
10.     Thomas  Edwards,  aged  13,  son  of  Rev.  Thomas  E.,  Dover. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1783,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1783-85  ;  B.A.  (5th  Senior  Op.),  1786;  M.A.  1789. 

Dec.  23.     Robert  Rees,  aged  14,  of  Featherstone  Buildings. 


1778]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  167 


1778 

Admitted. 

Jan.     8.     James  Evans,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  E.,  of  Paternoster  Row. 
„     28.     Richard  Heighway,  aged  14,  son  of  Richard  H.,  of  Tooke's 
Court,  Holborne. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1783,   Balliol  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1786  ; 
M.A.  1789. 
Feb.     2.     William   Wild,  aged    7,  son   of  Robert  W.,  of  Blackman 
Street. 
„      4.     Thomas  King,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  K.,  paper  banger,  of 

Coleman  Street. 
„    12.     William  Adams,  aged  12,  son  of  late  —  A.,  Shrewsbury. 
„    14.     John  Gretton,  aged  9,  son  of  Rev.  William  G.,  Littlebury, 
Essex. 
Francis  King,  aged  11,  son  of  John  K,,  of  York  Buildings. 
„    25.     Robert  Cooper,  aged  15,  son  of  Rev.   Robert  C,  late  of 
America. 
Mar.     5.     William   Fawcett,   aged    8,  son  of  John  F.,  musician,  of 

Craven  Buildings,  Drury  Lane. 
April  1.     Joseph  Tidd,  aged  9,  son  of  Widow  Tidd,  collarmaker,  of 
Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
„       7.     Walter  Stones  Cowperthwaite,  aged  10,  son  of  John  C, 
broker,  of  Islington. 

Boys,  not  on  the  Foundation,  admitted  1777—78  : — 

Rhys  Gwynn,  left  1778-79. 

Edward  Leigh,  left  1778-79. 

William  Say,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  17, 

1778. 
Thomas  Rees,  left  1781-82. 
Robert  Rees,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  December 

23,  1777. 

Mr.  Charles  Newsham  Pigott,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
Charles  Coote,  Captain. 

Admitted  February  14,  1773. 

Apr.  10.     Jeremiah  Middleton,  aged  10,  son  of  Jane  M.,  of  Battersea. 
„    17.     William  Thomas  Say,  aged  12,  son  of  Rev.  Francis  S., 
rector  of  Hatley,  Cambridgeshire. 

Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge,  LL.B.  1793  ;  Vicar  of  Eainlnin, 
Essex,  1812;  of  Amwell  with 'Hoddesden,  Herts,  1821  ;  died  1826, 
aged  60. 

Richard  Garthony,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  G. 

Benjamin  Symonds,  aged  12,  son  of  Rev.  Benjamin  S.,  of 

Wilderness  Row,  near  the  Charterhouse. 
May    8.     EdAvard  Longley,  aged  7,  son  of  —  L.,  of  Southampton 

Street,  Strand. 


SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [177S 


May  22.     George  Thesic^er,  aged  8,  son  of  John  Andrew  T.,  of  the 
Excise  Office. 

A  Major  in  the  Army,  Deputy  Barrack-Master-General  for  Canada  ; 
died  at  Quebec,  August  ISli. 

James  Simpkinson,  aged  11,  son  of  Roger  S.,  silversmith, 
of  Fleet  Street. 

Queen's  College,  Oxford  (May  30,  1786)  ;  B.A.  1790  ;  IiLA.  1793. 
John  Frith,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  F.,  perukemaker,  of 

the  Inner  Temple. 
James  Webb,  aged  9,  son  of  James  W.,  of  the  parish  of 

St.  Bartholomew-the-Less. 
William  Middleton,  aged  13,  son  of  Nicholas  M.,  stationer, 
near  Norfolk  Street,  Strand. 
June  2G.     Thomas  Lowndes,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  bookseller, 

of  Fleet  Street. 
July     1,     Gustavus  Matthias  Hippisley,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  H., 
gent,  Bath. 

Sou  of  Rohert  (? Thomas)  H.,  of  Staunton,  Wilts;  married  Ellen, 
daughter  of  Thomas  Fitzgerald,  Knight  of  Glyn  ;  died  1831. 

John  Cornish,  aged   11,  son  of  the  late  John  Dixey  C, 

bricklayer,  of  St.  Ann's,  Blackfryers. 
James  Chapman,  aged  15,  son  of  Joseph  C,  clerk,  Dalling- 

worth,  Gloucester. 
Samuel  Augiistine  Webbe,  aged  9. 
„     20.     George  Warcup  Malim,  aged  12,  son  of  Eev.  George  Pasley 

M.,  Higham  Ferrers,  Northamptonshire. 

Queen's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1789  ;  M.A.  1792  ;  Vicar  of 
Higham  Ferrers,  and  Rector  of  Irthingborough,  Nortliampton,  1802  ; 
died  1830. 

„     21.     John  Williams,  aged  11,  son  of  W^alter  W.,  attorney- at-Iaw, 

of  Apothecarys  Hall. 
„    31.     George  Marsden,  aged  12,  son  of  John  M.,  cotton  dealer, 
of  Dowgate  Hill. 
George  Holah,  aged  S,  son  of  Robert  H.,  grocer,  Maidstone, 

Kent. 
George  Matthe\\  s,  aged  12,  son  of  William  M.,  watchmaker, 

of  Red  Lyon  Street,  Clerkenwell. 
William  Daniel,  aged  13,  son  of  Joseph  D.,  lace  dealer,  of 
Aldersgate  Street. 
Aug.  l-i.     William  Howard,  aged  10,  son  of  William  H.,  coal  merchant, 
of  Wallum  Green. 
„    21.     Williim  Peirce  Nethersole,  aged   11,  son  of   Widow  N., 
tallow  chandler,  of  the  Strand. 
Sept.  9.     Francis  Badgley,  aged   11,  son  of  William  B.,  taylor,  of 
No.  138,  High  Holborne. 
Joseph  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  Simon  S.,  innkeeper,  Stokesly, 

Yorkshire;  at  Mr.  Suowden's,  1,  King's  Road. 
James  Reeves,  aiied  10,  son  of  James  R.,  of  Long  Acre. 
„    23.     Thomas  Spilsbury,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  printer,  of 
Snow  Hill. 


I77S]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  169 

Admitted. 

Sept.  25.     James  NeAvman,  aged   11,  son  of  John   N.,  gent,  of  tlie 

parish  of  St.  Sepulchre's. 
John  Bridges  Jewell,  aged  11,  son  of  John  J.,  of  the  jDarish 

of  St.  John-the-Baptist. 
Oct.   30.     Henry  Hudson,  aged  13,  son  of  Widow  H.,  of  the  Borough. 
Nov.    4.     William  Pugh,  aged  12,  son  of  Rev.  Hugh  P.,  Barnes. 

Campdeu  Exliihitioner,  1784,  Trinity  Collpge,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
E.xliibitioner,  1787-94;  Scholar,  1787;  B.A.  1789;  M.A.  1792; 
Fellow  of  Trinity,  1790-1825  ;  Senior  Fellicw,  1817  ;  Vicar  of 
Bottisliam,   Bucks. 

John   Martin  Rouseau,  aged  8,  son  of  the  late  John  R., 
dancing  master,  of  Hart  Street,   Bloomsbury ;  at  Mr. 
Davis's,  64,  Lamb's  Conduit  Street. 
„     20.     Alexander  Davis,  aged  9,  son  of  William  D.,  carpenter,  of 
Cateaton  Street. 
(Edward)  Clarke,  aged  9,  son  of  —  C,  stationei',  of  Portugal 
Street. 
„    27.     Thomas  Hyde,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  stock  broker,  of 
the  Circus,  Minories. 

1779 

Jan.  25.     Benjamin  Smith,  aged  11,  son  of  Benjamin  S.,  of  Leadenhall 

Markett. 
Feb.  11.     Henry  Smith,  aged  10,  son  of  Henry  S.,  currier,  of  Houghton 
Street,  Clare  Markett. 
John  Auber,  aged  13,  son  of  James  A.,  weaver,  of  Spittal 
Square. 
Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1787  ;  M.A.  1791. 
James  Taylor,  aged  11,  son  of  James  T.,  apothecary,  of 

Red  Lyon  Street,  Holboi-ne. 
Thomas  Dudley  Fosbrooke,  aged   9,  son   of  William  F., 
(deceased),  of  the  parish  of  St.  John's,  Clerkenwell. 

Pauline  Exhibition,  1786,  Pembroke  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  1789; 
M.A.  1792  ;  F.A.S.  1799  ;  Vicar  of  Walford,  Herefordshire;  author 
of  Economy  (f  Alonastic  Life,  a  Pvcm  (1796)  ;  British  Monachism 
(1802);  Ev'tory  of  the  County  of  Gloucester:  Encydopadia  oj  An- 
tiquities; Alridijinc'iit  of  Whitby's  Commentary  on  the  Ke^o  Teftament 
(1814)  ;  History'of  the  City  of  Gloucester  (1819) ;  Extracts  of  Smith's 
Lives  of  the  Bcrhelcys ;  Aricomnsia  (1821). 

George  Morris,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  of  St.  Paul's 

Churchyard. 
Francis  Walch,  aged  8,  son  of  Francis  W.,  of  Plow  Court, 

Fetter  Lane. 
Edward  Fawcett  Allen,  aged  10,  son  of  William  A.,  grocer, 

of  Rood  Lane. 
„    26.     Edward   Clarke,   aged   9,  son   of  Edward  C,  of  No.  44, 

Ludgate  Hill. 
Mar.  12.     John  Fosbrooke,  aged  8. 

Peter  Radley  Jackson,  aged  11,  son  of  Owen  J.,  Tentcrden, 

Kent. 
Charles  Waller,  aoed  11,  son  of  Charles  W. 


170  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1779 

Admitted. 

Mar.  12.     George  Norton,  aged  12,  son-in-law  of  Esme  Clarke,  clerk 

to  the  Sadlers'  Company. 
April  1.     Robert   Carter,   aged   13,  sou  of  Robert  C,  of  Rosemary 
Lane,  White  Chapel. 
George  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  John  S. 
„    13.     Samuel  Allen,  aged   9,  son  of  John  A.,  of  Love    Lane, 
Aldermanbury. 
John  Arndell,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  apothecary,  of 

St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 
Joseph  Towers,  aged  10,  son  of  Rev.  John  T.,  of  Jewin 

Street. 
Thomas  Fortune,  aged  8,  son  of  —  F.,  gent,  of  Smithfield. 
Richard  Michel!,  son  of  John  M.,  Totness. 

"Wadham  College,  Oxford,  Scholar,  1784  ;  B.A.  1788  ;  M.A.  1793  ; 
B.D.  1804  ;  D.D.  1811  ;  Fellow  (1793)  and  Tutor  of  Wadham  ;  Eector 
of  Fryerning,  Essex,  1811-26. 

William  Lindeman,  aged  11,  son  of  William  L.,  stockbroker, 

of  Walworth,  Surrey. 
Jabez  Fisher,  aged  7,  son  of  Robert  F.,  at  No.  14,  St.  Ann's 
Lane,  Aldersgate. 
Among  the  presentations  is  found  John  Eawlin  Thurgar,  April  13,  1779,  and  his 
name  is  found  in  the  School  List,  Apposition  1781. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1778-79: — 

R.  Mitchell,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  13,  1779. 
T.  Walter,  left  1779-80. 
Charles  Waller,  left  1781-82. 
John  Eyre. 

Probably  he  is  John  Eyre  Coote,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation, 
July  7,  1779. 

Mr.  Benjamin  Porter,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
William  Filmer,  Captain. 

Admitted  January  18,  1775. 

May     7.     John  Thomas,   aged  11,    son  of  William   T.,   of  Cursitor 
Street,  Chancery  Lane. 

J.  T.,  born  at  Carne  in  Montgomeryshire  ;  was  admitted  Clerk  of 
AVadham  College,  Oxford,  1789,  aged  21  ;  B.A.  1790  ;  M.A.   1793. 

Thomas  Lee,  aged  9,  son  of  George  L.,  attorney  at  law,  of 

Queen  Street. 
John  Chambers,  aged   9,  an  oi-phan,  living  at  Mrs.  Wel- 

bank's,  at  No.  7,  Hadden  Street,  Swallow  Street. 
June  24.     Samuel  Marriott,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  M.,  vintner,  of 

Cateaton  Street. 
Edgar  Hickman,  aged   13,  son   of  Joseph   H.,  optician,  of 

Fetter  Lane. 
Thomas  Fortune,  aged  8,  son  of  —  F.,  of  Smithfield. 
July    5.     John   Clarkson,  aged   9,   son  of  William   C,  of  Bridewell 

Precinct. 


1779]  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.    PAULS   SCHOOL.  171 

Admitted. 

July     5.     James  Wadman  Alexander,  aged  13,  son  of  Kev.  John  A., 
vicar  of  Rickmansworth,  Herts. 

Captain,  1785-86  ;  Pauline  Exliibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Oxford, 
April  11,  1785;  B.A.  1789;  M.A.  1791  ;  B.D.  1799;  Scholar  and 
Fellow  of  Trinity. 

„       7.     John  Eyre  Coote,  aged  10,  son  of  John  C,  bookseller,  of 

Red  Lyon  Street,  Clerkenwell. 
„      8.     Thomas  Coulson  Carpenter,  aged  8,  son  of  Widow  C,  at 

No.  82,  White  Cross  Street. 
„    20.     James    Adlard,  aged   11,   son  of   William    A.,   printer,   of 
Salisbury  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
Aug.  11.     John  Day  Blaker  (Blake),  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  B.,  gent, 

of  Cook's  Court,  Carey  Street. 
Sept.    9.     Richard  Bazing,  aged  11,  son  of  William  B.,  innholder,  of 
Fleet  Street. 
Thomas  George  Ingall,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  I.,  gent,  of 
the  Old  Bailey. 
Oct.  22.     John    Pike,   aged  8,  son  of  Ann  P.,  widow,  of  the  Hay- 
market. 
Thomas  Lowe,  aged  9,   son  of  Thomas  L.,  jiacker,  of  St. 

Hellen's. 
Richard   Smith,  aged   13,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  of  Goswell 
Street. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1785,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  (sizar)  ; 
Perry  Exhibitioner,  1787-1794  ;  Scholar,  1788  ;  B.A.  (11th  Wrangler), 
1789 ;  M.A.  1792  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1791-1804 ;  Junior  Dean, 
1798,  1800-1  ;  Rector  of  Sutton,  Sussex,  1806  ;  of  Bignor,  1826  ; 
died  1848,  aged  82. 

„    29.     Thomas   Jackson,  aged   9,   son  of    Joseph   J.,   apothecary, 
Rochford,  Essex. 
Henry  Jaques,  aged  11,  son   of  William  J.,  victualler,  of 

the  George  and  Blue  Boar. 
Christopher    Ibberson,  aged    11,    son    of    Christopher    I., 
victualler,  at  the  Blue  Boar,  Holborne. 
Nov.  12.     William   RadclifF,  aged  15,   son  of   William   R.,   haber- 
dasher, of  Holborne. 

Probably  of  Oriel  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  1785. 

1780 

Jan.  C.     Robert  Porteus,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  P.,  woollen  draper, 
Holborne. 

Nephew  of  Bishop  Porteus,  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1787  ;  Christ's 
College,  Cambridge,  April  12,  1786  ;  B.A.  1790  ;  M.A.  1793  ; 
Prebendary  of  St.   Paul's,   1797. 

John  Crabtree,  aged  10,  son  of  John  C,  tallow  merchant, 

of  Aldersgate  Street. 
William  Cleaver,  aged  9,  son  of  William  C,  at  No.  12, 

Milk  Street ;  with  his  grandfather  there. 
William  Chapman,  aged  7,  son  of  William   C,  vintner,  of 

Water  Lane,  Black  Fryers. 


172 


SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL. 


[17S0 


Admitted. 

Jan.      6.     Thomas  Buss,   aged   13,  son  of  Tlionias  B.,  chandler,  of 
Kensington. 
„    28.     Kobert  Glover,  aged   12,  son  of  William   G.,  supervisor  of 
Excise,  of  Union  Court,  Holborne. 
John  Benjamin  Varle}^  aged  10,  son  of  Benjamin  V.,  coffee- 
man,  of  St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 
Feb.  25.     Robert    Benjamin    Longiey,   aged  14,   son   of   Robert  L., 

apothecarj^,  of  Old  Broad  Street. 
March  2.     Thomas  Thomas,  aged  12,  son  of  Widow  Sarah  T.,  of  St. 
Dunstan's-in-the-West. 
William  PaiTell,  aged   14,  son  of  Stephen  P.,  rope  maker, 
Deptford. 
,.       3.     Thomas  West,  aged  14,  son   of   Thomas  W.,  apothecary, 

Bath. 
„      4.     George  Charles  Carr,  aged  8,  son    of  Philip  C,  peruke 

maker,  of  Devereux  Court, 
„     23.     George    Lister,  aged    11,  son  of   George    L.,    pocketbook 
maker,  of  the  Old  Bailey. 

Probably  of  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  LL.B.  1793. 

John  Rutter,  aged   10,  son  of   Thomas  R.,  of   Newgate 

Street. 
Thomas   Marriott    Bardin,  aged    11,    .^on  of  William  B., 

globe  maker,  of  Flying  Horse  Court. 
April    6.     George  Weller,  aged  12,  son  of  George  W.,  coachmaker,  of 

Fenchurch  Strreet. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1779-80 : — 

Peter  Grant,  left  1781-82. 
Samuel  Wright  Pyman,  left  1781-82. 
Charles  Lyell,  left  1781-82. 
George  Ware,  left  1780-81. 
Thomas  Durnford,  left  1782-83. 


Me.  Philip  Chauncy,  Survey  or- Accountant. 
Joshua  Ruddock,  Captain. 

Admitted  March  22,  1777. 

Apr.   11.     William  Ailing,  aged  11,  at  Mr.  Hughes,  Red  Lyon  Court, 
Watling  Street. 
.,    17.     John  Davis  (Davies),  aged  12,  son  of  John  D.,  of  Holborne. 

C:im]iclen  Exhibitioner,  1785,  Trinity  College,  Cambridrfe  ;  Perry 
Exliibitioner,  1787-94  ;  Scholar,  17S7  ;  B.A.  (12th  Wrangler),  1789  ; 
M.A.  1792  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1791-99  ;  Rector  of  Glorston,  1802  ; 
Rector  of  Stanton  Wyville,  1820  ;   died  1847,  aged  81. 

,,    28.     Joseph  Daniel,   aged   9,   son  of  Joseph    D.,   laceman,   of 
Newgate  Street. 
Thomas  Rutter,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  R.,  tobacconist,  of 
Newgate  Street. 


i/So]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  173 

Admillcd. 

Apr.  28.     William  Pollard,  aged  11,  son  of  Stephen  P.,  taylor,  of  St. 
Clement's  Lane,  Strand. 
(William)  Clark  (Clarke). 
May     9.     James    Spyers,   aged    11,    nephew    of    James    Spyers,    of 
Cheapside. 
„    10.     John  Buxton,  aged  8,  son  of  John  B.,  gent,  of  St.  Mary 

Magdalen,  Bermoadsea. 
„     11.     George  Brookes,  aged  8,  son  of  John  B.,  haberdasher,  of 

Maiden  Lane,  Wood  Street. 
„    2G.     Thomas  Stradling  Richards,  aged  11,  son  of  Tliomas  R., 
schoolmaster,  of  Charlotte  Street,  Rathboue  Place. 
June    8.     William  Farrant,  aged  8,  son  of  John  F.,  of  Tavistock 
Street,  Covent  Garden. 
„    14.     Thomas  Large,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  of  Shoe  Lane. 
„    20.     Henry  Thompson,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas   T.,  printer,  of 
George  Street,  Blackfryers. 
Thomas  Thompson,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  T.,  printer,  of 

George  Street,  Blackfryers. 
William  Lumley,  aged  8,  son  of  the  late  Bartholomew  L., 
ironmonger,  of  Wood  Street ;  at  John  Green,  1,  Monk- 
well  Street. 
John  Longley,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  L.,  apothecary,  of 

Broad  Street. 
David   Wood,   aged   9,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  carpenter,  of 

Wood's  Row,  ClerkenwelL 
Robert  Harrison,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  H.,  gent,  of  No.  7, 
Bell's  Buildings,  Salisbury  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
July    3.     Charles  Hanning,  aged  9,  son  of  Dr.  Charles  H.,  of  Fetter 
Lane. 
„      4.     James  Evans,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  E.,  bookseller,  of 
Paternoster  Row. 
6.     William  Roberts,  aged   13,   son   of  William  R.,  gent,   of 
Wandswflrth. 

Kephew  of  the  High  Master  ;  Captain,  1783-85  ;  Pauline  Exhi- 
bitioner, 1785;  Pembroke  College,  Cambridge,  July  6,  1784;  B.A. 
(SeniorOp.),  1788;  M.A.  1791  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Gray's  Inn);  F.A.S.  ; 
Editor  of  the  Looker  On,  1794.  But  possibly  some  of  the  above  facts 
belong  to  W.  Roberts,  Fellow  of  King's  College,  Cambridge. 

„      7.     William  Tucker,  aged  10,  son  of  Jane  T.,  haberdasher,  of 

No.  36,  Holborne. 
„    14.     George  Peck,  aged  13,  son  of  John  P.,  grocer,  of  the  Strand. 
„    21.     John  Ward,  aged  16,  son  of  John  W.,  Tarston  Hall,  Suffolk. 
„    29.     John  Scott,  aged  11,  son  of  Walter  S.,  minister  of  Low- 

layton,  Essex. 
John  Scott,  aged  12,  son  of  Walter  S.  (deceased). 
„    31.     James  Hunt,  aged  8,  son  of  James  H.,  gent,  of  Hoxton. 
Aug.  19.     William  Merryman,  aged  13,  son  of  Dr.  Samuel  M.,  M.D., 

of  Queen  Street,  May  Fair. 
„    30.     William  Hurst,  aged  12,  son  of  Timothy  H.,  merchant,  of 

Holborne. 


174  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [17S0 

Admitted. 

Sept.  12.     William   Jobbins,  aged  11,   son  of  John  J.,  an  ofiScer  in 
tbe  Customs,  of  Paul's  Chain. 
„    29.     William  Guy,  aged  11,  son  of  William  G.,  late  of  Moorfields 
(deceased). 
John  Slater,  aged  9,  son  of  William  S.,  apothecary,  of  St. 

Botolph,  Aldersgate. 
George  Illman,  aged  11,  son  of  George  I.,  victualler,  of  St. 
Leonard,  Shoreditch. 
Oct.     2.     Robert  Slater  Stevenson,  aged  10,  son  of  Adam  S.,  watch- 
maker, of  Little  Newport  Street. 
„       5.     Samuel  Swinnerton,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  S.,  vintner,  of 
Monkwell  Street. 
Nov.  29.     James  Johnson,  aged  11,  son  of  Anthony  J.,  plaisterer,  of 
Monkwell  Street. 
James   Robertson,   aged    11,    son   of  Alexander    R.,    hair 
dresser,  St.  George's  Road,  Blackfryers  Bridge. 
Dec      8.     Charles  Spilsbury,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  printer,  of 
Snow  Hill. 
Thomas  Hogsflesh,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  baker,  of 
Coleman  Street. 
„     11.     George  Silk,  aged  14,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  cabinet  maker,  of 

St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
„    18.     John  Saunders,  aged  11,  an  orphan,  at  Betterton,  Wantage, 

Berks. 
„    23.     Samuel  Barnard,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  Allen  B.,  citizen 
and  mercer. 

Proceeded  to  Guy's  Hospital  (under  John  Hunter)  ;  entered  the 
army  as  Surgeon,  and  served  in  Heligoland  aud  North  America  ;  died, 
as  Surgeon  of  98th  Regiment,  about  1830. 

1781 

Jan.     6.     Samuel   Taylor,  aged   8,  son   of  John    T.,    silk    dyer,   of 

Swallow  Street. 
Feb.     2.     William  O'Brien,  aged  9,  son  of  William  O'B.,  of  Barber's 
Street,  Great  St.  Mary-le-Bon. 
„     17.     Thomas  Henry  Luspy,  aged  13,  an  orphan,  under  the  care 
of  his  uncle,  Mr.  Cormick,  Chelsea. 
Mar.     3.     Henry  Burrows,  aged  9,   son  of  Rev.  John  B.,  of  Great 
Russell  Street. 
„       8.     James  Fawcett,  aged  8,  son  of  John  F.,  musician,  of  Craven 

Buildings,  Strand. 
,,     24.     William    Browne,   aged  9,  son  of  Alexander    B.,   peruke 
maker,  of  Chancery  Lane. 
Thomas  Bridges,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  vintner,  of  the 
Strand. 
„     30.     William  Augustus  Rees,  aged  9,  son  of  David  R.,  attorney- 
at-law,  of  Featherston  Buildings,  Holborne. 
James  Robinson,  son  of  Mrs.  R.,  housekeeper  to  the  Royal 
Society,  Fleet  Street. 


I78i]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  175 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1780—81  : — 

James  Rossetter,  left  1783—84. 
Thomas  Grant,  left  1781-82. 
Thomas  Pagett,  left  1781-82. 
John  Riley,  left  1782-83. 


Mr.  Samuel  Totton,  Survey  or- Accmcntant. 
Edward  Roberts,  Captain. 

Admitted  July  12,  1775. 
Admitted. 

Apr.  27.     John  Lambley,  aged  10,  son  of  George  L.,  salesman,  of  No. 

129,  Cripplegate  Church. 
Daniel  Whitehead,  aged  10,  son  of  John  W.,  M.D.,  of  the 

City  of  London. 
Henry  Hurle,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  H.,  surveyor,  of  Garlick 

Hill. 
Moses  Laporte  Merac,  aged  7,  son  of  Moses  M.,  merchant, 

of  Hackney. 
Samuel   Harton,   aged    10,   son   of    William   H.,   farmer, 

late  of  Uxbridge. 
George  Cappex',  aged  12,  son  of —  C. 

G.  C,  son  of  Francis  Capper,  of  Earl  Sotani,  Suffolk,  from  Bury 
School  was  admitted  to  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  aged  15,  December 
19,  1783  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1789  ;  M.A.  1792  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity, 
1791-95  ;  Rector  of  Blakenham  Parva,  Suffolk,  1793  ;  of  Eastwick, 
Suffolk,  1803  ;  of  Wherstead,  1815  ;  died  1847,  aged  80. 

May     1.     John  Miers  Letsom,  aged  9,  son  of  John  Cokely  L.,  M.D., 
of  Basinghall  Street. 
Captain,  1790-91. 
„    19.     Samuel  Pushee,  aged  8,  son  of  John  P.,  glazier,  of  Camomile 
Street. 
Thomas  EdM^rd  Richard  Kimpton,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward 
K.,  curate  of  St.  Matthew's,  Bethnal  Green. 
„    25.     Edward  Perryn,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  P.,  laborer,  Erith, 

Kent. 
,,    26.     George  Porter,  aged  11,  son  of  John  P.,  of  Dean's  Court, 

St.  Martin's-le-Grand. 
„    30.     Thomas  Willis,  aged   14,  son   of  Thomas  W.,  shoemaker, 
Kirkeswald,  Cumberland. 
June  29.     John  Hetherington,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  army  clothier, 
of  Buckingham  Street,  Strand. 
Mellor  Hetherington,  aged  8,  son  of  John  H.,  army  clothier, 

of  Buckingham  Street,  Strand. 
Samuel  Devis  Barker,  aged  8,  son  of  John   B.,  printer,  of 

Blackfryers. 
John  De  Laval  Hooper,  aged  8,  son  of  John  H.,  gent,  of 

Guildhall. 
John  Turner  Smith,  aged  10. 


176  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1781 

Admitti'd. 

July     3.     George  Hiort,  aged  13,  son  of  Nicholas  H.,  taylor,  of  Lisle 
Street,  Solio. 
„    11.     Thomas  Whittingham  Griffith,  son  of  James  G.,  of  Bread 
Street,  Cheapside. 
William  Barker,  aged  11,  son  of  John  B.,  taylor,  of  Craven 
Buildings,  Strand. 
.,    13.     Jonathan  Sills,  aged   10,  son  of  Jonathan  S.,  of   Upper 

Thames  Street. 
,,     31.     Charnock  Gladwin  Greenwood,  aged   10,  son  of  John  G., 
artist,  of  Little  Queen  Street,  Holborne. 
John   Wood,  aged    12,    son   of  John    W.,  mason,   of   St. 
Andrew's  Hill. 
Aug.    1.     John  Campbell,  aged  10,  son  of  John  C,  hair  dresser,  at 
No.  4,  Fleet  Markett. 
Jonathan  Hervey  Hurst,  aged  10,  son  of  Timothy  H.,  gent, 
of  Gravel  Street,  Hattou  Garden. 
Sept.    7.     Benjamin  Bumstead,  aged  10,  son  of  Benjamin  B.,  under- 
taker, of  Angel  Court,  Snow  Hill. 
Oct.     4.     Edward  Theodore  Hooper,  aged   7,  son  of  John   H.,  gent, 
of  Guildhall. 
„     13.     Charles  Sheene,  aged  9. 

„    30.     William  Bandy  Shaw,  aged  11,  son  of  James  Hayward, 
attorne}',  of  No.  4,  Furnival's  Inn  Court. 
Nov.  23.     Daniel  McKinlay,  aged  9,  son  of  John  McK.,  farmer,  of 
Bay  es  water. 


1782 

Jan.     5.     Samuel  Pike  Livermore,  aged  7,  son  of  Esra  L.,  watchmaker, 
of  No.  10,  Exchange  Alley. 
William  Wood,  aged  10,  son  of  Widow  W.,  at  Mr.  Salmon's, 
in  Brook  Street,  Holborne. 
„    14.     Thomas  Langston,  aged  7,  son  of  Stephen  L.,  of  Watling 
Street. 
Feb.  12.     John  Buckett,  aged  8,  son  of  James  B.,  victualler,  of  Garlick 
Hill. 
George  Taylor,  aged  12,  son    of  George  T.,  gent,  of  Ely 
Place. 

Possibly  George  T.,  who  entered  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  as  a  "West- 
minster Student,  1789;  B.A.  1793. 

Charles  Ustonson,  aged  7,  son  of  Onesimus  U. 
John  Tripcony,  aged  11,  son  of  Matthew  T. 
„    14.     George  Frederick  Webb,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  W.,  musician, 

of  Holborne. 
„    20.     William   Adlard,  aged   9,  son  of  William  A.,  printer,  of 
Salisbury  Court. 
25.     Thomas  Allen,  aged  8,  son  of  John  A.,  callendar,  of  Love 
Lane,  Aldermnnburv. 


1782]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  177 


Adviitlcd. 


Mar.  1.5.     Robert  Fisher,  aged  7,  son  of  Robert  F.,  attorney -at-law, 
of  St.  Ann's  Lane. 


00 


27, 


Matthew  Tripcony,  aged  10,  son  of  Matthew  T. 
Isaac  Buxton,  aged  9,  son  of  John  B.,  gent,  of  Blackfryers. 
April   9.     Thomas  Sabine,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  printer,  of  No. 

81,  Shoe  Lane.   • 
John  Gregory,  aged  10,  son  of  Joshua  G.,  clieesemonger,  of 

Fore  Street. 
John  Fletcher,  aged  12,  son  of  Rev.  Richard  F.,  rector  of 

High  Halstow  and  St.  Mary's  in  the  Hundred  of  Hoo, 

near  Rochester,  Kent. 
„     11.     Edward  Jones,  aged  8,  son  of  John  J.,  of  Mitchell  Street, 

Old  Street. 

Boys,  not  on  the  Foundation,  admitted  1781-82  : — 

Charles  Lyell,  left  1782-83. 

Joseph  Clarke ;  he  appears  as  Josias  C.  in  1783  AjDposition 

List;  left  1783-8-i. 
Elias  Durnford ;   he  appears  among  Foundationers  in  1783 

Apposition    List  as  Edward    D.,   admitted   on   to   the 

Foundation  May  29,  1784. 
Thomas  Oldroyd,  left  1782-83. 

Mr.  Gurdelston  Rolfe,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
John  Higgins,  Captain. 

Admitted  February  24,  1777. 

Apr.  26.     William  Brookes,  aged  8,  son  of  John  B.,  warehouseman, 
of  Maiden  Lane,  Wood  Street. 
William  Moore,   aged   7,  son  of  William  M.,  at  No.   11, 
Clement's  Lane. 
May     3.     Thomas  Morgan,  aged  10,  son  of  Nathaniel  M.,  gent,  of 
Norfolk  Street. 
„    10.     John  Weller,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  W.,  pump  maker,  of 
Portpool  Lane. 
"  Philip  Allwood." 

This  name  is  not  found  in  the  Registers,  but  the  Presentation  is  found 
in  the  Presentation  Books  :  it  is  inserted,  therefore,  though  the  name 
is  not  found  in  tlie  School  Lists  :  he  was  of  Magdnlene  College,  Cam- 
bridge; B.A.  1791  (5th  Senior  Op.) ;  M.A.  1794;  Fellow  of  Magdalene  ; 
S.T.B.  1801  ;  author  oi  Literary  Antiquities  of  Greece,  &c. ;  died  1838, 
aged  70. 
June  2-i.  William  Birt,  aged  9,  son  of  John  B.,  of  Silver  Street. 
Wood  Street. 

"The  School  being  now  repairing  the  child  must  be  carried  to 
Blacksmiths'  Hall,  near  Old  Fish  Street,  about  9  in  the  morning " 
(note  on  Presentation). 

Henry  Lowndes,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  bookseller,  of 
Fleet  Street. 


178  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1782 

Admittrd. 

June  27.     George  Cleaver,  aged  9,  son  of  William  C,  haberdasher,  of 
No.  12,  Milk  Street. 
Thomas  Wriglit,  aged  8,  son  of  the  late  Thomas  W.,  at 

Mr.  Harris's,  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
George  Stringer,  aged  9,  son  of  George  S.,  of  Fleure-de-lis 

Court,  Fleet  Street. 
Duppa  Jenkins,  aged  11,  son  of  Duppa  J.,  coal  merchant,  of 
Upper  Thames  Street. 
July  17.     John    Thornton,  aged    10,  an    orphan,   at    Mr.    Clarke's, 
No.  16,  Furnival's  Inn,  Holborne. 
William  Harris,  aged  9,  son  of  the  late  William  H.,  farmer 

and  grazier,  Leedenham,  near  Feversham,  Kent. 
Samuel    Thomas    Custins,    aged    10,    son    of  Richard  C, 
breeches  maker,  of  Hog  Lane,  Shoreditch. 
Aug.    1.     John  Berridge,  aged  11,  son  of  Widow  B.,oyl  shop,  of  Wood  St. 
Robert   Berridge,  aged   10,  son  of  Widow  B.,  oyl  shoj),  of 

Wood  Street. 
James  Berridge,  aged  8,  son  of  Widow  B.,  oyl  shop,  of  Wood  St. 
John  Bowman,  aged  12,  son  of  John  B.,  glover,  of  Alders- 
gate  Street. 
William  Thomas,  aged  11,  son  of  William  T.,  attorney-at- 
law,  of  Cursiter  Street. 
,,      8.     James  Barton,  aged  9,  son  of  William  B  ,  school  master,  of 
the  Broad  Way,  Black  Fryers. 
Thomas  Edwards,  aged   9,  son  of  — ,  blacksmith,  of  Elm 
Street,  Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
„     1.5.     William   Berrisford,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  woollen 

draper,  of  Fleet  Street. 
„    20.     Alexander  Finlayson,  aged  12,  son  of  Widow  Fowler,  in 
Narrow  Street,  Limehouse. 
Sept.  27.     Frederick  Cole,  aged  14,  son  of  Edward  C,  at  Mr.  Matthew's, 
chymist,  Newgate  Street. 
Thomas  Edwards,  aged  9,  son  of  — ,  of  Gray's  Inn  Lane. 
Oct.      1.     Joseph  Howe,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  of  Rolls  Buildings, 
Chancery  Lane. 
Stephen  Nicholson,  aged  9,  son  of  George  N.,  plumber,  of 
Carey  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn. 
,,       5.     "  Charles  Edis." 

This  name  is  not  found  in  the  Registers,  but  the  Present<ation  is  found 
in  the  Presentation  Books,  and  his  name  occurs  iu  the  Seliool  Lists, 
Apposition  1783. 

„    10.     John  Samuel  Barnes,  aged  8,  son  of  George  B.,  of  No.  2, 
Little  Bell  Alley,  Coleman  Street. 
Nov.     1.     Richard  Lettice,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  L.,  apothecary,  of 
Goswell  Street. 
Israel  Bull,  aged  11,  son  of  Farmer  B.,  attorney-at-law, 
Aylesbury,  Bucks. 

Pauline  Exliibitioner,  1790,  Oriel  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1793  ;  M.A. 
1797  ;  Assistant  to  the  High  Master  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1806-9  ;  in 
Holy  Orders. 


1782]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  179 

Admitted. 

Nov.  27.     Henrv  Cooper,  aged  10,  son  of   Samuel  C,  gent,  of  the 
Bank. 
Lambert  Tate,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  T.,  scrivenor,  of  the 

parish  of  Shoreditch. 
Moses  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  John  S.,  fishmonger,  of  Paul's 
Alley,  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Dec.     4.     James  Patterson  (Pattison),   aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  P., 
turner  and  toyman. 

Captain,   1786-88  ;  (Patterson  i.s  the  correct  name)  ;  Pauline  Ex- 
hibitioner, St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1791  ;  M.A.  1794. 

„    l-t.     Lewis  Hoffman,  aged  12,  son  of  Lewis  H.,  curate  of  Morton 
and  Aston,  near  Wallingford,  Berks. 


1783 


Jan.     3.     Robert  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  the  late  Robert  S.,  innholder, 
of  Aldersgate  Street. 
Thomas  Withers,  son  of  Walter  W.,  of  Norton  Falgate. 
„    15.     John  Ponten,  aged  9,  son  of  John  P.,  hatter,  of  Stanhope 

Street,  Clare  Markett. 
„    27.     William  Townley,  aged  9,  son  of  John  T.,  late  of  Budge 

Row  (deceased). 
„    28.     James  Goodeson,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  G.,  at  No.  18,  Well 
Close  Square. 
Henry  Richmond,  aged  11,  son  of  James  R.,  cooper,   of 

Ayliff  Street,  Goodman's  Fields. 
William  Clifton,  aged  9,  son  of  William  C,  cabinet  maker, 
of  No.  7,  Bell  Savage  Yard. 
Feb.     5.     William    Taylor,   aged   13,  son  of  Samuel  T.,  oylman,  of 

St.  John  Street 
Mar.  26.     Ebenezer  Brig^s,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  B. 

„    27.     John  Sharpe,  aged  13,  son  of  Rev.  John  S.,  Clapham. 

Pauline  E.\hibitioner,  1788  ;  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  April  23,  1788  ; 
B.A.  1792  ;  Scholar  of  Trinitj'  "qui  lib.  G.  Malnisbur.  de  Keg.  Anglia; 
traustulit  ex  Latin,  in  Ling.  Vemacul." 

John  Fleetwood,  aged  8,  son  of  John  F.,  watchmaker,  of 
Dorrington  Street,  Coldbath  Fields. 

Edward  Hubbard,  aged  7,  son  of  Edward  H.,  of  Ludgate 
Hill. 

Frederick  Crab,  aged  8,  son  of  Widow  C,  broker,  of  Stone- 
cutter Street. 

Thomas  Myles,  aged  1 0,  son  of  William  M.,  school  master,  of 
Charles  Street,  Westminster. 
April  2.     Joseph  Lewis,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  L.,  goldsmith,  of  Foster 
Lane. 


X  2 


180  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1783 


Mr.  Peregrine  Oust,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
William  Roberts,  Captain. 

Admitted  Jiibj   6,    1780. 
Admitted. 

AjDr.   10.     Thomas  Allen  Barnard,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  Allen  B. 
citizen  and  mercer. 

Lieut.  R.N.  ;  wounded  in  action  and  became  lame  in  the  arm  ; 
whereby  he  was  drowned  otf  Deal  by  the  upsetting  of  a  boat  while  on 
duty  about  1809. 

„    30.     Robert  Fitz,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  F.,  gent,  of  New  Inn 
Buildings. 
William  Fassett,  aged  10,  son  of  Elias  D.  F.,  apothecary,  of 
Tower  Street. 
May  13.     Jasper   Taylor,    aged    10,   son    of  Jasper    T.,    oylman,    of 
Holborne. 
Robert   Bland,  aged    9,    son    of    David    B.,  gent,    of   St. 

Thomas's,  South wark. 
Thomas  Alderslade,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  victualler, 
of  Long  Lane,  Smithfield. 
„    30.     Pattison    Thomas   Tinckles,  aged    8,  son    of   Pattison   T., 
apothecary,  of  Great  Earl  Street,  Seven  Dials. 
Christopher  Robinson,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  R.,  attorney, 

of  Clifford's  Inn. 
Robert  Garner,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  watchmaker,  of 
No.  3,  Foster  Lane. 
July     9.     Robert  Sutcliff,  aged  15. 

„    14.     Isaac  Manley,  aged  11,  son  of  James  M.,  silversmith,  of 
Cheapside. 
,,    15.     William  Skinner,  aged  7,  son  of  William  S.,  bookbinder, 
of  No.  22,  Warwick  Lane. 
John  Marshall,  aged  11,  son  of  John  M.,  cordwainer,  of  No. 
2,  Vine  Street. 
„    21.     William  Turner,  aged  10,  son  of  Williani  T.,  carver  and 

gilder,  of  Snow  Hill. 
„    20.     Robert  William  Elliston,  aged  9,  son  of  Dr.  E.,  Master  of 
Sidney  College,  Cambridge. 

Left  in  1790,  and  took  to  the  stage  ;  began  to  play  at  Drury  Lane  in 
1804  ;  Lessee  of  the  Royal  Circus  (the  Surrey  Theatre),  Astley's 
Pavilion,  &c.  ;  Author  of  The  Venetian  Outlaw,  1805. 

Aug.    4.     Thomas    Clarke,  aged    10,    son    of   John    C,  surgeon,  of 
Chancery  Lane. 
Charles    Wetherell,  aged    12,   son    of  Dr.   W.,  Master   of 
University  College,  Oxford. 

Mngdalen  College,  Oxford;  B  A.  1790;  M.A.  179.3;  Demy  of 
Magdalen  ;  resigned  1791,  and  was  called  to  the  Bar,  1794  ;  M.P.  for 
Shaftesbury,  1818,  O.xford  (city),  1820-26  ;  Knighted  and  Solicitor- 
General,  l'824-2»5  ;  created  D.C.L.  1834;  MP.  for  Plympton  and 
Boroughbriilge,  1830  ;  twice  Attorney-General,  1826-27,  and  1828-29  ; 
Recorder  of  Bristol  during  the  riots  of  1831  ;  died  1846. 


1783]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  181 


Admitted. 

Aug.  22.     William  Eethell,  aged  10,  son  of  George  B.,  hosier,  of  No, 

18,  St.  Martin's-le-Gvand. 
SejDt.  10.     John    Duddell,    aged    11,    son   of  James    D.,  jeweller,  of 
Bartholomew  Close. 
Richard  Brown,  aged  11,  son  of  Mrs.  B.,  widow  of  Captain 
Richard  B.,  late  of  62nd  Regiment,  Avho  lost  his  life  in 
the  Service,  No.  51,  Lamb's  Conduit  Street. 
George  Brown,  aged  10,  son  of  Mrs.  B.,  widow  of  Captain 
Richard  B.,  late  of  62nd  Regiment,  who  lost  his  life  in 
the  Service,  No.  51,  Lamb's  Conduit  Street. 
George   Henry  Frested,  aged   13,  son  of  Richard  F.,  gun- 
maker,  of  No.  61,  Prescot  Street,  Goodman's  Fields. 
Nov.  14.     Edward  Cuthbert,  aged  12,  son  of  Rev.  Edward  C,  Hitchen, 
Herts. 
Jesus  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1792;  M.A.  1795. 

„    21.     Thomas  Cox,  son  of  Joseph  C,  Porter  to  the  Rolls  Office, 

of  No.  1,  Star  Court,  Chancery  Lane. 
„    28.     Samuel  Holland,  aged  11,  son  of  Jane  H.,  of  Kirby  Street, 

Hatton  Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1788,  Worcester  College,  Oxford  ;  Scholar  ;  R.A, 
1792  ;  ]\I.A.  1795  ;  Fellow  ;  became  a  physician  and  practised  in 
London  ;  M.B.  1796  ;  M.D.  1799  ;  married  Franci.s  Erskino,  daughter 
of  the  Lord  Chancellor  ;  was  ordained  in  1806,  and  became  Rector  of 
Poynings,  Sussex;  Prebendary  of  Chichester,  1817  ;  Precentor,  1825. 

William  Bevan,  aged  11,  fatherless,  at  Mr.  Hemes,  No.  38, 

Throgmorton  Street. 
John  Paul   Rowe,  aged  9,  son  of  John  R.,  clerk   to  New 

River  Company. 


1784 


Jan.   13.     John  Hilton  "Storks,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  S.,  clothier,  of 
Ironmonger  Lane. 
Richard  Jenne,  son  of  William  J.,  shoemaker,  of  Little  Bell 
Alley,  Coleman  Street. 
„    23.     Joseph  Coward,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  C.  (deceased). 

Thomas  Stewart  Harris,  aged   11,   son  of  Widow   H.,   of 
Biggleswade. 
„    30;     William  Clarke,  aged  13,  son  of  William  C,  surgeon,  of 
Queen  Street,  May  Fail". 
Joseph    Price,   aged    7,    son    of    Joseph    P.,    surgeon,    of 

Quaker's  Buildings,  Smithfield  Barrs. 
James  Sabine,  aged   11,  son   of   Thomas  S.,  copper-plate 
printer,  of  No.  81,  Shoe  Lane. 
Feb.  13.     James  Oliver,  aged  10,  son  of  James  Butler  O. 

John  Jones,  aged  11,  son  of  John  J.,  excise  officer,  of  No.  4, 

Cross  Court,  Drury  Lane. 
Richard  Coward,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  C.  {deceased). 


182  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1784 

Admitted. 

Feb.  13.     Joliu  Goodman  Hawkes,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  H.,   of 
Deptford,  Kent. 
William  Edwards,  aged  10,  son  of  Widow  E.,   of  Fislier 
Street,  Red  Lyon  Square. 
„    27.     James  Sherlock,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  S.,  shoemaker,  of 
St.  Martin's  Laue,  Charing  Cross. 
George  Lawrence  Andrews,  aged  7,  son  of  George  A.,  gent, 
of  Earl  Street,  Blackfryers. 
Mar.  11.     Francis    Bishop   Wells,    aged    10,    son   of    Edmund    W., 
spectacle  maker,  of  Fetter  Lane. 
„    20.     Elliott    Taylor,    aged    10,    son   of    Samuel    T.,    hosier,    of 
Holborne. 
Apr.  10.     John  George  Denman,  aged  12,  son  of  William  D.,  gun- 
maker,  of  Mansell  Street,  Goodman's  Fields. 
George  Frederick  Denman,  aged   12,  son  of  William  D., 

gunmaker,  of  Mansell  Street,  Goodman's  Fields. 
Benjamin  Denman,  aged  9,  son  of  William  D.,  gunmaker, 
of  Mansell  Street,  Goodman's  Fields. 
„    19.     William  Chamberlain,  aged  12,  son  of  William  C,  attorney, 
late  of  Woollwich  Common  (deceased). 

Studied  under  Sir  Joshua  Rej'uolds  aud  Opie  ;  a  portrait  painter  of 
some  eminence;  exhibited  in  the  Royal  Academy,  1794 — 1802;  died 
at  Hull,  July  12,  1807. 

John  Spilsbury,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  printer,  of  Snow 

Hill. 
„    23.     John  Koostra  (Kooystra),  aged  7,  son  of  the  late  Dr.  K. 
„    27.     George  Hall,  aged  13,  son  of  John  H.,  ingraver,  of  Berwick 

Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1789  ;  George  "William  H.,  son  of  John  H., 
of  Chelsea  ;  gen.  fil.  matriculated  at  Pembroke  College,  Oxford,  aged 
18,  November  4,  1788  ;  B  A.  1792  ;  M.A.  1795  ;  B.D.  1808  ;  D'.D. 
1809  ;  Master  of  Pembroke,  1809-43  ;  Vice-Chancellor,  1820. 

Boys,  not  OQ  the  Foundation,  admitted  1783-84  : — 

Alexander  Sidebottom,  admitted  on  to   the    Foundation, 

November  19,  1784. 
Richard  Lomax  Martyn,  left  1787-88. 
Jeffry  (Jeffries)  Spranger,  left  1786^87. 
Charles  Beresford;  he  is  returned  on  the  Foundation  in  the 

List  for  1785  ;  left  1786-87. 
John    Merac,   admitted   on   to  the    Foundation,   June    2, 

1784. 

Mr.  Stevens  Totton,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
William  Roberts,  Captain. 

Admitted  July  6,  1780. 

„  28,     John  Venn,  aged   6,  son   of  Thomas  V.,  clerk  to   Messrs. 
Kendall  &  Co.,  Lombard  Street. 

Notary,  living  in  1841,  practising  in  London. 


1784]  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  183 

Admitted. 

Apr.  28.     Elkanah  Williams,  aged  7,  at  Mr.  Boultes,  No.  15,  Little 
Britain. 
Thornas  ilendham,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  gent,  of 

Southampton  Buildings. 
Charles  Leftley,  aged  13,  son  of  Charles  L.,  grocer,  of  the 
Strand. 
May     7.     Cornelius  Leftley,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  L.,  grocer,  of  the 
Strand. 
John   Bay  ley,    aged    10,    son    of  William    B.,    printer,    of 

Leadenhall  Street. 
Thomas  Bayley,  aged  11,  son  of  William  B.,  printer,  of 

Leadenhall  Street. 
Thomas  Stokes,  aged  11,  son  of.  Mary  S.,  of  Fleet  Street. 
„     12,     William  Nairne,  aged  16,  son  of  Alexander  N.,  late  of  St, 

Martin's  Street,  Leicester  Fields  {deceased). 
„    18.     Samuel  Burder,  aged  11,  son  of  William  B.,  baker,  of  Old 
Street  Boad. 
John   Leese,  aged  9,  son  of  John    L.,  gent,  of  Hoxton 
Square. 

Pauline  ExMbitiouer,  1795  ;  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1798  ; 
M.A.  1801. 

„    20.     James   Owen,  aged   11,  son   of  Kichard   0.,    jeweller,    of 

Helmet  Row,  Old  Street  Road. 
„    24.     Thomas   Tindel,   aged   10,  son  of  John  T.,  shoemaker,  of 

Hewit's  Court,  near  St.  Martin's  Church,  Strand. 
„    25.     Wilham  Cox,   aged   9,  son  of  John  C,  victualler,  of  the 

Fleet  Market. 
„    29.     Elias  Durnford,  aged   13,  son  of  Elias  D.,  gent,  of  Peter's 
Hill. 
June  12.     James   Morgan,  aged   10,  son  of  Morgan  M.,  of  London 
Wall. 
William  Goodall,  son  of  Edward  Vernon  G.,  attorney-at-law, 

of  Bath.  • 
John  Merac,  aged  8,  son  of  John  M.,  merchant,  of  Austin 
Fryers. 
„    29.     Walter  Thomas  Clerk,  aged  9,  son  of  William  C,  bookseller, 

of  Portugal  Street. 
„    30.     Richard  John  Taylor,  aged  9,  son  of  Jasper  T.,  oylman,  of 
Holborne. 
July    1.     William  Gray,  aged   11,  son  of  Michael  G.,  perfumer,  of 
Devonshire  Street. 
„    13.     Charles  King.sley,  aged  9,  son  of  —  ,  clerk  in  the  India 
House,  at  No.  10,  south  side  of  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
„    22.     Lawrence   Christian  Sallnow,  aged  12,  son  of  George  S., 
taylor,  of  St.  Catherine's. 
Aug,    7.     John   Twedale,  aged    10,  son   of  John  T.,  of  Chapel  Row, 
Bedford  Row. 
9.     John  Raincock,  aged  11,  son  of  George  R.,  gent,  of  Great 
Tower  Hill. 


184  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAULS   SCHOOL.  [1784 

Admitted. 

Aug.  16.     James  Graham,  aged  9,  son  of  Dr.  Graham. 
Oct.  25.     Frederick   Jupp,  aged   8,  son  of  William  J.,   architect,  of 
Nicholas  Lane,  Lombard  Street. 
,     29.     John  Waller,  aged  11,  sou  of  Charles  W.,  Esq.,  of  Wickham, 
Kent. 
Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1793  ;  Pembroke  College,  Oxford;  B. A.  1796. 
Benjamin  Davis,  aged  12,  son  of  Elijah  D.,  of  Theobald's 

Row. 
Henry  Gardner,  aged  6,  son  of  Henry  G.,  of  St.  Clement's 
Danes. 
Nov.    3.     George  Glaspoll,  aged  10,  son  of  John  G.,  of  St.  Margaret's 
Hill,  Borough. 
„    19.     Alexander   RadciifF    Sidebottom,  aged    10,   son  of  Alex- 
ander S. 

Captain,  1791-93;  Pauline  Exhibitioner;  Brasenose  College,  Oxford; 
B.A.  1797  ;  M.A.  1799  ;  called  to  the  Bar,  Middle  Temple,  November 
25,  1808  ;  of  Sloane  Street  and  Lincoln's  Inn  ;  died  April  25,  1847, 
aged  73. 

Dec.     7.     William  Hooper,  aged  7,  son  of  John  H.,  gent,  of  London 
Wall. 
„    16.     James  Edward  Pownall,  aged  9,  son  of  James  P.,  gent,  of 
Basing-hall  Street. 


1785 

Perrott  Fenton,  aged  11,  son  of  Perrott  F.,  of  Wardrobe 

Court,  Doctors'  Commons. 
George  Cathrow,  aged  9,  son  of  Widow  C,  of  Weymouth 

Street,  Portland  Place. 
Thomas  Mallet  Hays,  aged  13,  son  of  Lieut.  Roger  Hayes, 

11th  Regiment  of  Dragoons. 
„    18.     James  Smith  Ratcliff,  aged  7,  sou  of  John  R.,  ueedlemaker, 

of  Bride's  Lane,  Fleet  Street. 
James    Dougles    Maxwell,    aged    8,    son    of    Charles    M., 

apothecary,  of  Fleet  Street. 
Charles    William   Maxwell,    aged    9,    son    of  Charles   M., 

apothecary,  of  Fleet  Street. 
Henry    Smith,    aged   10,    son   of  Henry    S.,    citizen   and 

mercer. 
Henry  Cox,   aged   9,   son  of  Thomas   C,   vintner,  of  the 

Mitre  Taverne. 
„     28.     Charles    Bew,    aged  11,    son    of  John    B.,    bookseller,   of 

Paternoster  Row. 
Henry  Hewson,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  surveyor,  of 

Tuftou  Street. 
ih.     4.     William  Julian,  aged  1 2,  son  of  William  J.,  late  of  Norwich, 

(deceased). 

Pauline  Exhibitioner  ("W.  St.  Julian  Arabin),  1791  ;  Corpus  Christi 
College,  Cambridge  ;  S^-kes  Exhibitioner,  1791  ;  B  A.  (Junior  Op.), 
1795  ;  Serjeant-at-Law,  1824  ;  Judge- Advocate-General ;  died  1841. 


1785]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  185 

Admitted. 

Feb.     4.     William    Carpenter   Sirrell,    aged    13,    son    of    William 
Carpenter  S.,  gent,  of  Hereford. 
„    17.     Thomas  Lougfoot,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  coal  metre, 
of  Bridge  Street,  Black  fryers. 
William  Linley,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  musician,  of 
Norfolk  Street. 

Son  of  Thomas  L. ,  of  Bath,  and  brother-in-law  of  R.  B.  Sheridan, 
with  whom  he  was  jiartner  in  the  ownership  of  Dnuy  Lane  Tlieatre. 
He  died  in  1831,  bequeathing  to  Duhvieh  College  (of  which  his  brother 
had  been  Fellow)  many  valuable  family  portraits  by  Gainsborough 
and  Lawrence— his  own  among  the  number,  painted  when  a  boy. 

John  Tippler,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  T.,  warehouseman,  of 

Corbet's  Court,  Gracechurch  Street. 
„    19.     John  Hawkins,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  gent,  of  Foster 

Lane. 
„    2-i.     Isaac  Hill,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  cabinet  maker,  of 

St.  Clement's  Danes. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1793  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1791  ;  Stock  E.xhibitioner,  1792;  B.A.  (2nd  Senior 
Op.)  1795  ;  M.A.  1798  ;  Assistant  to  the  High  Master,  St.  Paul's  School; 
Head  Master  of  the  Mercers'  School,  1804-40,  and  chaplain  to  the 
Mercers'  Company  ;  died  1856  ;  Author  of  Enchiridion  Lyriciim. 

„    25.     Samuel  Chant,  aged  8,  son  of  Jolm  C,  gent,  of  Hackney  Rd. 
„    28.     Isaac  Solly  Lowther,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  of  St.  Mary, 

Islington. 
Mar.     7.     Robert  Mairis,  aged  12,  sou  of  Robert  M.,  shoemaker,  of 

High  Holborne. 
„    14.     Thomas  Wilson,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  shoemaker,  of 

Clement's  Lane,  Temple  Barr. 
„    16.     William  Rabson,  aged   10,   son  of  Thomas  R.,  hatter.,  of 

Pall  Mall. 
„     28.     Henry  Pantin,  aged  11,  son   of  Lewis  P.,  goldsmith,  of 

No.  36,  Southampton  Street,  Strand. 
Apr.     2.  Samuel  Bowen,  aged  7,  son  of  Samuel  B.,  of  Durham  Yard, 

West  Smithfield. 

Boy  admitted  not  on.  the  Foundation,  1784—85. 
James  Twedie,  left  1785-86. 

Mr.  Edward  Forster,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
James  Wadman  Alexander,  Captain. 

Admitted  July  5,  1779. 

Apr.     7.     Charles  William  Ward,  aged  15. 
Edward  Ward,  aged  13. 

Captain,  1788-90  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  AVadham  College,  Oxford  ; 
B.A.  1793;  M.A.  1799. 

„     13.     Edward  Kimpton,  aged  9,  son  of  Rev.  Edward  K. 
Harv-ey  Kimpton,  aged  10,  son  of  Rev.  Edward  K. 
William  Kimpton,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  Edward  K. 


186  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1785 

Admitted. 

Apr.  13.     Thomas  Moore,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  Moore,  stationer, 
Paternoster  Row. 
„    22.     Charles  WiUiam  Aubrey,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel  A.,  coal 
merchant,  St.  Thomas  Apostle. 
William  Woollands,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  carpenter, 
St.  Clement's,  Strand. 
May     4.     John  Suffell,  aged  8,  son  of  John  S.,  attorney. 

„       6.     Samuel  John  Johnson,  aged   9,  son  of  Edward  J.,  printer, 
Ludgate  Hill. 
Edward  Robert  Johnson,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  J.,  jDrinter, 
Ludgate  Hill. 
,,      9.     James  Crookshank  (Cruikshanks),  aged  8,  son  of  Rev.  John 
C,  of  King's  College,  Cambridge. 
William  Crookshank  (Cruikshanks),  aged  10,  son  of  Rev. 
John  C,  of  King's  College,  Cambridge. 
„     10.     William  Corrock,  aged  11,  son  of  William   C,  robe  maker, 

King  Street,  Cheapside. 
„    12.     John  March,  aged  11,  son  of  William  M.,  stationer,  Ludgate 
Street. 
June  17.     John  Marsden,  aged  9,  son  of  John  M.,  Dowgate  Hill. 
„    24,     Charles  White,  aged  16. 

„    30.     John  Angier,  aged  16,  son  of  Charles  A.,  gent,  Poland  St. 
July    5.     John  Maber,  aged  9,  son  of  Peter  M.,  paten  maker.  Curtain, 
Shoreditch. 
George    Scott,   aged    11,  son    of  George    S.   {deceased),  of 
Chancery  Lane. 
„      7.     Robert  Ashby,  aged  10,  son  of  Henry  A.,  engraver,  Holborn 

Hill. 
„      8.     James   Scott,   aged    10,   son    of  George    S.    {deceased),   of 

Chancery  Lane. 
„    15.     Martin  Richmond  Hesselmayer,  aged  9,  son  of  Anna  Maria 

H.,  widow,  Dean  Street,  Canterbury  Square. 
„    28.     William  Alsop  Thomas,  aged  8,  son  of  Mrs.  Thomas,  Oxford 
Street. 
John  Martin  Axtell,  aged  11,  son  of  John  A.,  printer.  Shoe 

Lane. 
William  James,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  J.,  jeweller,  St. 

INIartin's-le-Grand. 
Michael  Smith,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  Haddon  S.,  Racquet 
Court,  Fleet  Street. 
Worcester  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  1797;  M.A.  1799. 

William    John    Stephenton,  aged    12,  son  of  Andrew  S., 

attorney,  of  Ely  Place. 
John  Renwiek  Humphreys,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H. 
John    Webb,    aged    9,    son   of  William    W.,    druggist,   of 

Leadenhall  Street. 

Captain,  1794-95  ;  Pauliue  ExhibitioncT,  Wadham  College,  O.xford  ; 
B.A.  1798  ;  M.A.  1802  ;  vicar  of  St.  Mary's,  Cardiff,  1821  ;  Eector  of 
Tretire  with  Micliaeklmrch,  Hereford,  1812  ;  died  about  1869, 
aged  92. 


1785]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  187 

Admitted. 

July  28.     Edmund   Gerard   South,  aged  7,  son  of  Gerard   S.,  of  the 

Bank. 
Aug.     5.     Samuel  James  Scourfield,  aged  7,  son  of  Henry  S.,  White 
Cross  Street. 
„    17.     Samuel  Flower,   aged   10,   son  of   Dr.   Flower,  physician. 
High  gate.        • 
Henry    Flower,    aged    11,    son    of   Dr.    Flower,  physician, 
Highgate. 
„    24.     Thomas  Rowe,  aged  11,  Wellington,  Somersetshire. 
Sept.    9.     John  Darby,  aged  10. 

,,    14.     Edward  Beacon  Cannon,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  C,  gent, 

of  Compton  Street,  Soho. 
,,    20.     James  Barclay,  aged  10,  son  of  James  B.,  ironmonger,  Fleet 

Street. 
„    26.     Joseph    Collison,   aged    11,   son   of  John   C,   gent,    Fleet 

Market. 
„     28.     John   Martin,  aged   14,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  mealman.  East 
Moulsey. 
Oct.      1.     Robert   Falkerner  (Falkner),  aged  11,  son  of   Robert  F., 
music  master,  Coppice  Row.  Clerkenwell. 
„    13.     Wilham  Charles  Todd,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  T.,  peruke 

maker.  Fleet  Street. 
„    15.     William  Sophia  Cahnac,  aged  10,  son  of  John  C,  apothecary, 

Pi'imrose  Street. 
„    18.     John  Lindeman,  aged  10,  son  of  Elizabeth  L.,  Labour-in- 
Vain  Hill. 
Nov.  14.     Thomas    Sandford,    aged    9,    fatherless,    Rolls    Buildings, 

Fetter  Lane. 
Dec.     1.     William  Allen,  aged  11,  Shoe  Lane 
„    16.     George  Pope,  aged  9. 


1786 

Jan.  27.     James  Herriott,  aged  12,  son  of  James  H.,  Georgia. 

Joseph  James  Johnson,  aged   10,  son  of  George   J.,  gent, 

Lewisham. 
Henry    Todd,   son    of   Thomas   T.,    peruke    maker,    Fleet 
Street. 
Feb.     3.     Joseph  Hawkins,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph   H.,  printer,  Shire 
Lane. 
„    17.     John  Chambers,  aged  11,    son  of   John  C,    gent,    of  St. 

John  Street. 
„     23.     Edward     Sharp,    aged    9,     son    of     William     S.,    taylor, 
Cambridge. 
John  Mann  Rouse,  aged  8,  son  of  Benjamin   R.,  gent,  of 

Snow  Hill. 
John  Charles  Denham,  aged  7,  son  of  James  D.,  merchant, 
of  Salisbury  Square. 


188  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1786 

Admitted. 

Feb.  23.     William  Durham,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  bookseller, 
Charing  Cr(jss. 

W.  A.  Campbell  Durham,  Pauline  Exbibitiouer,  1795;  Corpus  Christi 
College,  Cambridge  (Sizar  and  Scbolar),  1796  ;  Svkes  Exhibitioner, 
1794;  Siok  Exhibitioner,  1798;  B.A.  1799;  M.A.  1809;  Assistant 
to  High  Master,  St.  Paul's  Scliool  ;  Chaplain,  1806  ;  Surmaster,  1823  ; 
retired,  1838  ;  Rector  of  St.  Matthew's,  Friday  Street,  1837-57  ;  died 
January  26,  1857,  aged  81. 

Robert  Durham,  aged  9,  son   of  Thomas    D.,   bookseller, 
Charing  Cross. 
Mar.  23.     James  Cooper,  aged   11,  son   of   "William  C,  Skefington 
Hall,  Leicestershire. 

Stephen  Richards,  aged  9,  son  of  Stephen  R.,  stationer,  of 
Chancery  Lane. 

Richard  Greenaway,  aged  8,  son  of  Daniel  G.,  of  West- 
minster, near  the  Bridge. 
„    31.     Joseph  Bond,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  B.,  wine  cooper,  of 
Drury  Lane. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1785-86  : — 

John  Whitaker,  left  1787-88. 
William  Holdsvvorth,  left  1786-87. 


Me.  Thomas  Furley  Foester,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
James  Pattison  (Patterson),  Captain. 

Admitted  December  4,   1782. 

May     9.     William  Hunn,  aged  10,  son  of  William  H.,  of  Clement's 

Lane,  Clare  Market. 
Peter  William  Maber,  aged  11,  son  of  Peter  M.,  bay  factor, 

of  Cornhill. 
Joseph  Hallett  Batten,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  B.,  dissenting 

minister. 

Son  of  Joseph   B.,  of  Penzance,   Cornwall,    admitted   to   Trinity 

College,  Cambridge,  November  11,  1794  ;  Scholar,  1797  ;  B.A.   (3rd 

Wrangler)  1799  ;  M.A.   1802  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity,   1791-1808  ;  D.D. 

1815  ;    Principal   of  Haileybury    College ;    Kector   of    Beesby   with 

Gretford,  Lincoln,  1810  ;  died  1837. 

Thomas  Flower,  aged  8,  son  of  Elizabeth  F.,  Gracechurch 

Street. 
John  Backhoffner,  aged  9,  son  of  Mary  H.,  Great  Russell 

Street,  Bloomsbury. 
Charles  Symonds,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  silversmith, 

of  Fleet  Street. 
Thomas  Bayley,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  B.,  ironmonger, 

CoAv  Lane,  West  Smithfield. 
William  Whieldon,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  grocer,  of 

Drury  Lane. 
Kenwrick  (Kenwark,  Kendrick)  Andrews,  aged  10,  son  of 

Kenwrick  A.,  of  Charles  Square,  Hoxton, 


1786]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.  PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  189 

Admitted. 

May  30.     George  Scott,  aged  9,  sou  of  Charles  S.,  coach  master,  of 

Spittal  Fields. 
June  29.     Paul  Postan,  aged  8,  son  of  Paul  P.,  auctioneei",  of  Aldersgate 
Street. 
James  Hemsley,  aged  9,  son  of  William  H.,  engraver,  of 
Forster  Lane. 
,,     30.     William  Hawe  Unite,  aged  7,  son  of  Richard  U.,  refiner, 
of  Salisbury  Street. 
July     6.     James  Wilson,  aged  7,  son  of  Widow  W.,  St.  Mary  Hill. 
„       7.     William  Robinson,  aged  9,  son  of  James  R.,  surveyor,  of 
Old  Street  Rnad. 

Admitted  Attorney,  afterwards  called  to  the  Bar  (Middle  Temple)  ; 
F.S.A.  ;  LL.D.  of  King's  College,  Aberdeen;  D.L.  for  Middlesex, 
and  J. P.  for  Middlesex,  Essex,  and  Herts  ;  died  1848,  buried  at 
Tottenham. 

„     17.     John  Bewley,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  painter,  of  Bishops- 
gate  Street. 
Henry   Hart    Simpson,    aged    11,    son    of    Joseph    S.,   of 
Warwick  Court,  Holborne. 
„    27.     Walter  Bell,  aged  13,  Black  Fryers  Church  Yard. 
Aug.    2.     Josiah  Bullock,   aged   11,  son  of  Rev.  John   B.,   vicar  of 
Boreham,  Essex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1793,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1793  ;  but  did  not  graduate. 

Thomas  Barron,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  B.,  brass  founder, 

of  Hoxton. 
„      3.     Stephen  Challen,  aged  12,  son  of  Stephen  C,  gent,  Char- 

monbury,  Sussex. 
„      5.     James  Speare,    aged  12,  son  of   James    S.,  Dean   Street, 

Solio. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1793,  Clare  Hall,  Cambridge  (Sizar) ;  B.A.  (12th 
Senior  Op.)  1797  ;  M.A.  1800  ;  Fellow  of  Clare  ;  Rector  of  Elmsett, 
Suffolk,  1817  ;  died  1850,  aged  76. 

„      8.     Robert    Watson,    aged  8,    son   of  John   W.,    gent,    Ply- 
mouth. 
Sept.  26.     John   Cressey,  aged  8,  son  of  John   C,  copper  smith,   of 
White  Chapel. 
James  White,  aged  13,  son  of  James  W.,  ironmonger,  of 
Holborne. 

„    28.     George  Owles,  aged  9,  son  of  George  O.,  of  Flour-de-Leuce 
Court,  Fleet  Street. 

„    30.     Henry  Baber,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  of  New  Ormond 
Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1795  ;  (Henry  Harvey  [Hervey]  B.)  son  of 
Thomas  B.,  of  Slingsby,  York,  matriculated  at  All  Souls'  College, 
Oxford,  as  gen.  fil.  aged  19,  April  18,  1795  ;  B.A.  1799;  M.A.  1805. 

Oct.    17.     Henry  Shepherd,  aged  10,  son  of  William  S.,  gunmaker,  of 

Fleet  Street. 
Nov.  24.     John  Watson,  aged    10,    sou  of  James  W.,  attorney,   of 

Bucklersbury. 


190  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1786 

Admitted. 

Dec.  18.     William  Jephson,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  J.,  Camberwell. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1792,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  (Oxford 
in  the  Accounts)  ;  B.A.  1796  (2nd  Senior  Op.)  ;  M.A.  1799  ;  Head 
ilaster  of  Wilson's  Grammar  School,  Camberwell  ;  Evening  Lecturer 
at-  St.  Magnus  the  Jlartyr  ;  Afternoon  Lecturer  at  St.  Mary's,  Alder- 
manbury  ;  died  1848. 


1787 

Jan.    18.     Thomas  Blizard,  aged  14,  son  of  John  B.  (deceased). 
Heniy  Husey,  aged  10,  linnen  draper,  Cheapside. 
William  Tiffin,  aged  8,  son  of  Wilford  T.,  book  binder,  of 

Addle  Hill. 
William  Masterson,  aged  10,  son  of  William  M.,  taylor,  of 

Aldersgate  Street. 
William  Richardson,  aged  7,  son  of  William  R.,  upholder, 
of  Clare  Market. 
„    20.     Henry    Setree,   aged    10,    son   of    Thomas    S.,    hatter,    of 

Bridges  Street,  Covent  Garden. 
„    31.     James  John  Oelton,  aged  8,  son  of  John  0. 

Mathew  Saunders,  aged  9,   son  of  Thomas   S.,  of  Water 
Lane. 
Feb.     5.     Robert  Holmes,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  H.,  of  St.  Martin's- 
le-Grand. 
„       9.     David  Charles  Coles,  aged  11,  son  of  David  C,  of  Aldersgate 

Street. 
„    16.     Thomas  Pardo  Mathews,  aged  11,  son  of  James  M.,  Oxford. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1793  ;  Magdalen  College,  Oxford  (Jesus  College 
in  Accounts)  ;  Demy;  B.A.  1796  ;  M.A.  1799;  Kector  of  Ambrosden, 
Oxon  ;  J.P.  ;  vacated  his  demyship  by  marriage  in  1801  ;  died  before 
July,  1805,  when  the  College  made  a  grant  to  his  widow. 

„    23.     Richard  Whealand,  aged  11,  fatherless. 

„    26.     William   Wright,  aged    9,   son   of   Thomas  W.,  of   Great 

Carter  Lane. 
„    27.     Thomas    Charles,  aged  12,  son    of   Thomas  C,   of  Seven 

Dials. 

Mr.  Joseph  Cricke,  Sitrvey or- Accountant. 
James  Patterson,  Caj^tain. 

Admitted  December  4,  1782. 

Apr.  26.     George  Pantin,  aged  9,  son  of  Lewis  P.,  goldsmith,  South- 
ampton Street,  Covent  Garden. 
„    27.     Thomas  Gray,  aged  6,  son  of  Widow  G.,  Furnival's  Inn 
Court. 
Edgar    Smith,    aged    11,    son    of    Henry    S.,    citizen   and 

mercer. 
William    Sirdefield,   aged    12,    son    of  Finney  S.,    linnen 
draper,  Newgate  Street. 


1787]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  191 

Admitted. 

April  27.     Patrick    Burn,    aged    11,    son   of   David    B.,    sail  maker, 

Wapping. 
May  10.     William  Weed,  aged  8,  son  of  William  W.,  printer.  Stationers' 
Alley. 
Richard  Elmer,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard  E.,  taylor,  Watling 

Street. 
James    Fricker,    aged    10,    son    of    Widow    F.,    Kentish 
Town. 
„    22.     Thomas  Liddiard,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  silversmith, 
St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Henry   Moulter,   aged  G,   son  of   Henry  M.,  hair  dresser, 
Catherine  Street. 
June  23.     Alexander  James  Kitton,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  K.,  weaver, 
Moorfields. 
„    26.     G.    T.    Robert   Reynal,   aged   11,  son  of  James   R.,  gent, 
Cripplegate. 
Samuel  Harrison,  aged  10,  son  of  James  H.,  watchmaker, 
Mile  End. 
„    29.     William    Bengough,    aged    10,    son    of    John    B.,    gent. 
Borough. 
William  Thompson,  aged  9,  son  of  Jonathan  T.,  brandy 
merchant,  St.  Clement's  Danes. 
July     2.     James  Newbon,  aged  9,  son  of  Walter  N.,  baker.  Black 
Fryers. 
„    10.     William    Home,    aged     7,    son    of    John    H.,     victualer, 

Islington. 
„    18.     Edward  Wilson,  aged  10,  son  of — ,  late  of  Bengal. 
„     20.     William  Hanley,  aged  8,  son  of  Silvanus  H.,  linnen  draper, 

Whitecross  Street. 
„    24.     George  Seymour  Cooke,  aged  8,  son  of  John  C,  watchmaker, 

Smithfield. 
„    80.     James  Tyley,  aged  11,  an  orphan. 

Sou  of  Edward  T.,  of  Streatley,  Beds;  migrated  from  St.  John's 
College,  Cambridge,  to  Trinity  College,  Oxon,  October  16,  1794  ; 
B.A.  1799  ;  (?)  subsequently  Kector  of  Great  Addington,  Northamp- 
tonshire. 

Tipping  Richard  Bew,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  bookseller. 
Paternoster  Row. 
Aug.  14.     Richard  Tippetts,  aged  12,  an  orphan. 

Mr.  Cricke  died  September  19,  1787,  and  the  Worshipful 
William  Clarke,  Esq.,  Surveyor- Assistant,  admitted 
the  children  from  that  day. 

Sept.  21.     James  Hoby,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  vintner,  Catherine 
Street. 
James  Hilldrup,  aged  10,  son  of  James  H.,  printer,  Pember- 
ton  Row. 
„    24.     Thomas  Fidler,  aged  10,  son  of  Martha  F.,  china  shop,  St. 
Paul's  Churchyard. 


192  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1787 

Adviittcd. 

Oct.     3.     Thomas  Pierpoint,  aged  9,  son  of   Elizabeth  P.,  mercer, 
Black  Fryers. 
„    12.     John  PowLs,  aged  11,  son  of  James  P.,  shoe  maker,  Lincoln's 

Inn. 
„     18.     Thomas  Prichard,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  gent,  Pater- 
noster Row. 
Thomas   Redfern,    aged    9,   son    of   Francis  R.,   victualer, 
Foster  Lane. 
Nov.    7.     John  Sirdefield,  aged  11,  son  of  Finney  S.,  linnen  draper, 
Newgate  Street. 
Richard  Edwards,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  E.,  carver,  St. 
Paul's  Churchyard. 
„    30.     Samuel  Fothergill  Lettsom,  aged  9,  son  of  Dr.  L.,  Sam- 
brook  Court. 
Dec.  11.     James  Pilkin,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  weaver,  Bethnal 
Green. 
William  Benge,  aged  10,  son  of  William  B.,  stock  broker. 


1788 

Jan.   12.     Richard  Constable,  aged  10,  son  of  David  C,  china  man, 

Holborn. 
George  Vann,  aged  8,  son  of  Ann  V.,  Middle  Temple  Lane. 
„    28.     Clement  Henry  Priestley,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  Thomas  P., 

Snettisham,  Norfolk. 
Henry  Kirk  Ryves,  aged  10,  son  of  Matthew  R.,  vintner, 

Hatton  Garden. 
William  Ball,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  gent.  East  India 

House. 
James  Oliver  Murray,  aged  11,  son  of  James  M.,  Bateman's 

Buildings,  Soho. 
James    Way,  aged    12,   son  of  James  W.,    gent,    Thame, 

Oxfordshire. 

Pauline  Exliihitioner,   1793,  Pembroke  College,  O.xford  ;  Ossulston. 

Schol.ar,   1794;  B.A.    1796:  M.A.   1799;  Rector  of  Adwell,   Oxford, 

and  Curate  of  Lapwortli,  Warwick. 

„    29.     Frederick   Pantin,   aged   8,   son    of  Lewis   P.,    goldsmith, 
Southampton  Street. 
George   Gilbert    Currey,  aged    13,   son  of  Rev.  John  C, 
Dartford,  Kent. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1793,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1794-1800;  B.A.  1797  (15th  Wrangler);  M.A.  1800; 
M.D. ;  Physician;  died  c.  1824. 

Feb.     8.     Charles  Gimber,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  G.,  hair  dresser, 
Fleet  Street. 
James    Bellingham,   aged    10,   son    of   William    B.,    chair 
maker,  Moorfields. 
„    15.     George  Kearsley,  aged  13,  son  of  George   K.,  bookseller, 
Fleet  Street. 


1788]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  193 

Admitted. 

Feb.  15.     Benjamin  Longdill,  aged  11,  son  of  Proude  L.,  mariner, 
Wapping. 
Henry  Aynsworth,  aged  9,  son  of  James  A.,  linnen  draper, 
Holborn. 
„    16.     Edward   Harper,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  goldsmith, 

Fleet  Street.      • 
„    28.     William   Thomas    Rayner,   aged    9,   son   of   Thomas    R., 
Staining  Lane. 
Mar.     8.     James   Newton,   aged    11,   son   of    James   N.,    victualer, 
Bedford  Row. 
George  John  Taylor,  aged  8,  son  of  George  T.,  Jamaica. 
„      7.     Thomas  Ayckbowne  (Ayckbown),  aged  9,  son  of  John  A., 

Black  Fryers  Bridge. 
„    11.     Joseph  White,  aged    12,  son   of    Joseph   W.,   bookseller, 
Holborn. 
Thomas    Cornforth    Taylor,    aged    12,    son    of  James    T., 

apothecary,  Harpur  Street. 
John    Singleton    Taylor,    aged    11,    son    of    James    T., 

apothecary,  Harpur  Street. 
Henry  Smith,  aged  7,  son  of  Henry  S.,  hatter. 
„    28.     Augustus  Hermon   Ayckbowm,  aged  10,  son  of  John  A., 

Black  Fryers  Bridge. 
„    31.     William  Barber,  aged  13,  son  of  John  B.,  coal  merchant, 
Carey  Street. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1787—88  : — 

William  Price,  left  1790-91. 
George  N.  Wyatt,  left  1793-94. 


Mr.  William  Clarke,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
Edward  Ward,  Cnptain. 

Admitted  April  7,   1785. 

Apr.  11.     George  Beynon,  aged  10,  son  of  Rice  B.,  surgeon,  of  Fleet 
Market. 

„    14.     Christopher  Frederick  Triebner,  son  of  Rev.    T.,    Norton 
Fallgate. 
Timothy    Trustgod    Triebner,    son    of    Rev.    T.,    No:  ton 
Fallgate. 

„    15.     Edmund  Hussey,  aged  9,  son  of  Edmund  H.,  Somerset- 
shire. 

„    24.     Samuel  Stennett,  aged  7,  son  of  Benjamin  S.,  bookseller 
Paternoster  Row. 

„    25.     William  Evans,  aged  8,  son  of  Widow  E. 

„    26.     Thomas    Lilwall,   aged    9,   son   of    Thomas    Spencer    L., 
chemist. 


194  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1788 

Admitted. 

Apr.  26.     Alexander  Benjamin  Johnson,  aged  11,  son  of  Benjamin 

J.,  baker,  Wych  Street. 
May     2.     Henry  Aynsworth,  aged  9,  son  of  James  A.,  linen  draper, 

Holborn. 

See  admissions,  February  15,  1788. 

„    24.     Francis    Monk    Denhani,    aged    9,    son    of    Catlierine   D., 

Shomaker  Row,  Black  Fryers. 
Ricliard   Clarke,  aged   8,  son   of  Hodgson    C,  carpenter, 

Cateaton  Street. 
July  14.     Charles  Thoresby,  aged  9,  son  of  Rev.  John  T.,  Leicester. 

John  James  Leslie,  aged  11,  son  of  Theophilus  L.,  surgeon, 

Wapping. 
Goodinch  Murray  Thompson,  aged  11,  son  of  William  T., 

factor.  Lad  Lane. 
John  Thomas  Wilgress,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  Dr.  John  W., 

Eltham. 
Campden  Exhibitioner,   1794  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 

Exhibitioner,  1795—1801  ;  Scholar,  1795  ;  B.A.  (5th  Wrangler)  1798  ; 

M.A.    1801  ;    Fellow  of   Trinity,    1800-6  ;    Vicar   of    Chalk,    Kent, 

1813-56. 

Davy  Wilgress,  aged  10,  son  of  Rev.  Dr.  John  W.,  Eltham, 
John  Phillips,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  P.,  bricklayer.  Grab 

Street. 
William  Clark,  aged  11,  son  of  John  C,  shoemaker,  Fore 
Street. 
Aug.  12.     William    Welch,    aged    14,    son    of    William    W.,    Lambs 
Conduit  Street. 
James    Beaumont,    aged    10,    son    of    James    B.,    York 
Buildings. 
„    16.     Richard  Meade,  aged  7,  son  of  the  late  —  Edward. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1802  ;  Wadham  College,  Oxon  ;  B.A.  1805. 

Sept.  23.     Richard  Richardson,  aged  7,  son  of  William  R.,  upholsterer, 
Strand. 
„    25.     William    Thompson   Taylor,    aged    10,   son    of  James   T., 
apothecary,  Harpnr  Street. 
Martin  Robinson,  aged  10,  son  of  Martin  R.,  Harpur  Street. 
Oct.  20.     Charles    Augustine    Mayhew,   aged    10,  son  of  John   M., 
attorney-at-law,  Chancery  Lane. 
„    28.     Samuel    Ricart,  aged    10,  son  of  Peter  R.,  baker,  Dean 
Street,  Soho. 
William    Henry   Gould    Page,  aged   12,    son  of   John   P., 
jeweller.  Fleet  Street. 
Nov.  14.     Richard  Shuter,  aged  11. 
Samuel  Best,  aged  10. 
„    15.     Henry  Noyes,  aged  12,  son  of  John  N.,  gent,  East  India 

House. 
„    24.     Thomas  Day,  aged  11,  son  of  John  D.,  wine  merchant. 
Dec.  18.     William  Turner,  aged  8. 

Arthur  Jones,  aged  11,  son  of  James  J.,  cheesemonger, 
Butcher  Row. 


1789]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  195 


1789 

Admitted. 

Jaa.   1-i.     William  Henry  Harwood,  aged    11,  son    of  William    H., 
jeweller,  Oxford  Street. 
Thomas    James    Jaumard,   aged    9,   son    of    Thomas    J., 
Paddington  Green. 

Entered  Trinitj'  College,  Cambridge,  as  sizar  (son  of  Samuel  J.), 
May  27,  1797  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1800  ;  Scholar,  1801  ;  B.A.  1802  ; 
M.A.  1805  ;  Vicar  of  Pickall,  Yorkshii'e  ;  Vicar  of  Codicote,  Herts, 
1808-48. 

Joseph  Munday,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  M.,  of  Bermondsey 

Square,  Southwark. 
Samuel    Sobier,    aged    10,    son   of  Joseph    S.,    silk    dyer, 
Leadenhall  Street. 
„    15.     Charles  Murray  Thompson,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  T., 

Lad  Lane. 
„    20.     James  John  Gliddon,  aged  8,  son  of  James  G.,  gent.  Castle 

Street,  Holborne. 
„    31.     John  Emslie,  aged  10,  son  of  John  E.,  merchant,  Fenchurch 
Street. 

Lionel  Gleadah,  aged  9,  son  of ,  writing  master.  Great 

Portland  Street. 
Feb.    6.     Robert  Blackmore,  aged  9,  son  of  John  B.,  Clapham. 

„    12.     James  Angier,   aged    11,   son   of  Charles  A.,  gent.   King 

Street,  Bloomsbury. 
„    18,     John  Jackson,  aged  11,  son  of  John  J.,  printer,  of  Plough 
Court,  Fetter  Lane. 
Walter  Jackson,  aged  10,  son  of  John  J.,  printer,  of  Plough 
Court,  Fetter  Lane. 
„    19.     John  David  Walker,  aged  12,  son  of  James  W.,  marshall 

of  Kings  Bench. 
„    20.     James  Edwards,  aged  8,  son  of   James  E.,  grocer,  Vaux 

Hall. 
„    24.     Thomas  Moutt  (Moult),  aged  10,  son  of  George  M. 
Mar.    5.     William   Henry  Meyer,   aged   9,  son  of  Rev.  Henry  M., 
Artillery  Street,  Bishopsgate  Street. 
„    16.     Thomas   Stallard   Webb,   aged    10,   son   of    William    W., 
druggist.  Castle  Street,  Hounsditch. 
John  David  Dogherty,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  gent,  of 
Cliffords  Inn. 
Apr.     8.     George  Jones,  aged  10,  son  of  James  J.,  Victualing  Office. 

Boys,  not  on  the  Foundation,  admitted  1788-89  : — 

Thomas  Baber,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  June  30, 

1789. 
Henry  Mainwaring,  left  1789—90. 
Charles  Deacon,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  April  21, 

1792. 
Joseph  Mould,  left  1789-90. 

o  2 


196  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [17S9 

Richard  Clarke,  see  Foundationers,  March  16,  1792. 
George  Paul,  admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  January  14, 

1790. 
John  Moss,  left  1789-90. 
William  Bass,  left  1789-90. 

Mr.  Roby  Bishop,  Surveyor- Jccou7itant. 
Edward  Ward,  Captain. 

Admitted  April  7,  1785. 
Admitted. 

May     4.     Josiah  Sharp,  aged  11,  at  Mr.  Thetfords. 
June  30.     Thomas    Beresford,    son   of  Thomas   B.,    woollen    draper, 
Ludgate  Street. 
John   Watts,   aged    11,    son    of    John     W.,    Grays    Inn, 

Holborne. 
John  Wild,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  attorney,  Watling 
Street. 

Captain,  1799-1800  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1801-5. 

Thomas  Wild  (Wilde),  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  attorney, 
Watling  Street. 

He  left  the  School  in  1795-96,  and  was  first  articled  to  an  attorney, 
but  in  1817  was  called  to  the  Bar  at  the  Inner  Temple  ;  Sergeant-at- 
Law,  1821;  King's  Sergeant,  1827;  M.P.  for  Newark,  1831,  1835, 
1837;  Solicitor-General,  1839;  Attorney-General,  1841  and  1846; 
M.P.  for  Worcester,  1841-46  ;  Chief  Justice  of  the  Common  Pleas,  1 846 ; 
Lord  Chancellor,  1850,  when  he  was  created  Baron  Truro  of  Bower 
Manor,  Middlesex  ;  he  resigned  the  Chancellorship  in  1852  ;  and  died 
November  11,  1855.  In  1851  he  founded  the  Tniro  Prize  at  St.  Paul's 
School  (see  Appendix  F.  4) ;  his  portrait  was  presented  to  the  School 
by  his  widow. 

William  Grey,  aged  9,  son  of  William  G.,  cabinet  maker, 

Moorfields. 
John    Steward,   aged   10,   son   of    Charles   S.,   of    Bride 

Street. 
Joseph  Johnson,  aged  7. 

Thomas  Baber,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  gent,  of  New 
Ormond  Street. 
July    2.     George  Allen,  aged  10,  son  of  John  A.,  upholder,  of  Fen- 
church  Street. 
„      7.     Charles  Slater,  aged  9,  son  of  Matthew  S.,  gent,  of  Vine 
Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1798  :  Queens'  College,  Cambridge  ;  he 
presented  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library  a  copy  of  the  Satires  of  Juvenal, 
translated  bi/  Dnjden  (London,  1693),  in  1798. 

„    IG.     Richard    John   Williams,    aged    9,    son   of    Richard    W., 
attorney, 

„     24.     Thomas   Montagu,  aged    9,  son   of  Thomas  M.,  Milton, 
Kent. 

„    27.     William  Thorpe,  aged  11,  son  of  William  T.,  grocer,  New- 
market. 

Captain  1795-96  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner  ;  Caius  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1800;  M.A.  1803. 


1789]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAULS   SCHOOL.  197 

Admitted. 

Aug.    6.     John  Gilbert,  aged  12,  son  of  John  G.,  Newington. 

Charles  Frederick  Bennett,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  of 
Barton  Street,  Westminster. 
„      7.     Hugh   Griffiths   Grimbaldeston,  aged  13,  son  of  John  G., 

weaver,  of  Spital  Fields. 
„    20.     Thomas  Barnes,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  stationer,  of  St. 
Bride's. 
Sept.   9.     Joseph  Bye,  aged  9,  son  of  Deodatus  B. 
,,    17.     John  Gibbs,  aged  11,  son  of  John  G. 

John  Alexander  MacCarthy,  aged  11,  son  of  Dennis  MacC, 
of  the  Old  Bailey. 
Oct.     1.     William  White,  aged   11,    son  of   William    W.,  of   Sion 
College. 
,,    15.     Peter  Potts,  aged  9,  son  of  Ralph  P.,  of  Clerkenwell. 
„     18.     John  Evans,  aged  8,  son  of  Evan  E.,  apothecary,  of  Golden 

Lane. 
„    28.     John  Beynon,  aged  10,  son  of  Rice  B.,  apothecary,  of  Fleet 
Street. 
Nov.  20.     Richard  Thompson,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  T.,  engraver, 
of  Cheapside. 
Jonathan  Lambert,  aged  9,  son  of  William  L.,  butcher,  of 
Garlick  Hill. 
,,    30.     Charles  Lewis,  aged  9. 
Dec.  17.     Joseph  Shaw,  aged  11,  son  of  John  S.,  surgeon,  of  Charlotte 
Street, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1796;  Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  1796;  B.A. 
1799  ;  Kector  of  High  Ham,  Somerset,  1803  ;  died  July  18,  1851,  at 
Pitney,  Somerset,  aged  7J:. 


1790 

Jan.     6.     Henry  Piatt,  aged  8,  son  of  Rev.  Henry  P. 
„    14.     George  Paul,'aged  10,  son  of  William  P.,  gent. 

Edward  Benge,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  B.,  stock  broker, 
Basinghall  Street. 
„     28.     Charles  Johnston,  aged  9,  son  of  William  J.,  attorney,  of 
Inner  Temyjle. 
William  Ayckbowm,  aged  7,  son  of  John  A.,  glass  cutter, 
of  Black  Fryers. 
Feb.     2.     John  Pretty,  aged   11,   son  of  John  P.,  gent,  of  Hoxton 
Square. 
„      4.     Thomas  Roberts,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  R.,  upholder,  of 
Minories. 
Charles  Millne,  aged  10,  son  of  Charles  M.,  fan  maker,  of 
Snow  Hill. 
„    10.     James  Naish,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  N.,  haberdasher,  of 
White  Chapel. 
Thomas  Francis  Wright,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  City 
Coffee  House. 


198  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1790 

Admitted. 

Feb.  10.     Thomas  West  Brimage,  aged   14,  son  of  William  B.,  of 
Grays  Inn. 
Charles  William  Chalmers,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  C,  of 
Soho. 
„    15.     Robert  Blake,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  B.,  attorney,  of  Carey 

Street. 
„    20.     John  Bodington  White,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  surgeon, 
of  Jefferies  Square. 
Thomas  Russell  White,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  surgeon, 
of  Jefferies  Square. 
„    25.     Robert  Crowder,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  C,  of  Clerkenwell. 
Henry  Page  Williams,  aged  11,  son  of  John  W.,  taylor,  of 

Featherstone  Buildings,  Holborne. 
Isaac  Flinn,  aged  8,  son  of  Peter  F.,  coach  maker,  of  St. 
Clements  Danes. 
„     26.     William  Mur^^hy,  aged  11,  son  of  Arthur  M.,  esquire,  of 
Gough  Square. 
Arthiar  Charters  Murphy,  aged  7,  son  of  Arthur  M.,  esquire, 
of  Gough  Square. 
Mar.  25.     James  Sirdefield,  aged  11,  son  of  Finney  S.,  linen  draper,  of 
Newgate  Street. 
,,    31.     Samuel  Bellamy,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  B.,  cabinet  maker, 
of  Ludgate  Hill. 
William  Eyre,  aged  10,  son  of  Gillingham  E.,  linen  draper, 
of  Friday  Street. 

Probably"  W.  E.  of  Sidney  Sussex  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1802  ; 
M.A.  1805. 

Apr.  14.     Hubert  Cornish,  aged  11,  son  of  James  C,  surgeon,  Totness, 
Devonshire. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1789—90  : — 

Michael  Rayner,  left  1791-92. 
Thomas  Bish,  left  1793-94. 
Herbert  Wyatt,  left  1790-91. 
James  Redrick,  left  1791-92. 


Mr.  Joseph  Waugh,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
John  Lettsom,  Captain. 

Admitted  May  1,  1781. 

Apr.  15.     Robert  Chutfield  (Chatfield),  aged  12,  son  of  Robert  C,  of 
India  House. 
Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge;  LL.B.  1805;  LL.D.  1811. 

Thomas   Rutson,   aged   8,    son    of  Richard   R.,  'Primrose 
Street. 
„    21.     John  Barnes,  aged  8,  son  of  George  B.,  of  Bishopsgate 
Street. 


i79o]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  199 

Admittrd. 

Apr.  21.     Eobert  Blake,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  B.,  attorney,  of  Cooks 
Court,  Carey  Street. 
„    26.     diaries  Thomas  Toppin  Devereux,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph 
D.,  of  King  Street,  Borough. 
Henry  Richard  Collard,  aged  12,  son  of  Richard  C,  shoe- 
maker, of  Fleet  Market. 
„    29.     John  Jarman  Hollyer,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H.,  of  Red  Lion 
Court,  Charterhouse  Square. 
Edward  Hanbury,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  biscuit  baker, 
of  Fleet  Street. 
„    30.     John  Engelhart,  aged  8,  son  of  John  E.,  butcher,  of  St. 
Martins-le-Grand. 
May     6.     William  Browne,  aged  8,  son  of  John  B.,   warfinger,  of 
Southwark. 
Samuel    Dawes,    aged    9,    son   of   Samuel   D.,   grocer,    of 
Strand. 
„    10.     Haddon  Smith,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  Haddon  S.,  of  Petty 

France. 
„    13.     George  White,  aged  8,  son  of  George  W.,  of  Christ  Church, 
Surry. 
June  22.     Thomas  Evans,  aged  9,  son  of  Jeremiah  E.,  sealmaker,  of 
Foster  Lane. 
Owen  Williams,  aged  12,  son  of  Owen  W.,  paper  hanger, 

of  Devonshire  Street,  Queens  Square. 
William  Wood,  aged  10,  son  of  William  W.,  hair  dresser, 

of  Fleet  Market. 
John  Smith,  aged  12,  son  of  John  and  Mary  S. 
Charles  Clark,  aged  8,  son  of  the  late  Mr.  C,  surgeon,  in 
Chancery  Lane. 

C.  Mansfield  Clarke,  M.D.  (Lambeth),  1827  ;  Baronet,  1831  ;  M.A. 
Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge,  18-12;  D.C.L.  of  Oxford,  1845; 
founded  the  Milton  Prize  for  an  English  poem,  1851.  (See  Appen- 
dix, F.  5.) 

„    23.     Herbert  Wyatt,  aged  11,  son  of  John  W.,  surgeon,  of  Essex 
Street. 
July     1.     James  Jackson,  aged  10,  son  of  James  J.  (deceased). 

Thomas  Hutchins,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  of  Newgate 
Market. 
„    10.     George  Davis,  aged  9,  son  of  John  D.,  cow  keeper,  of  the 

New  Road. 
„    15.     Samuel  Bancroft,  aged  15,  son  of  Edward  B.,  M.D. 

Samuel    Banks,   aged    9,    son    of    Samuel   B.,    of   Dorset 
Street. 
„    16.     William  Standard,  aged  10,  son  of  William  S.,  hot  presser, 
of  Coleman  Street. 
Aug.   7.     Paul  Sleath  White,  aged  9,  son  of  William  W.,  of  Ston  (sic) 
Garden. 
William  Evans,  aged   7,  son  of   Evan  E.,  apothecary,  of 

Golden  Lane. 
William  Pierson,  aged  13,  son  of  William  P.,  Islington. 


200  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1790 

Admitted. 

Aug.  13.     James  Lorimer,  aged   9,  son  of  James   L.,  silk  dyer,  of 
Strand. 
„    17.     John  Backler,  aged  10,  son  of  Sotherton  B.,  Apothecarys 
Hall. 
Oct.     2.     Mitchell  Williams,  aged  12,  son  of  Miles  W.,  of  Golden 
Square. 
„      0.     William  Joseph  Mathews,  aged  11,  son   of  William  M., 

(deceased). 
,,      9.     John  Bowyer  Nichols,  aged  11,  son  of  John  N.,  of  Red  Lion 
Passage. 

Printer  ;  F.S.A.  ;  a  famous  Antiquary  ;  colophon  of  a  copy  of  the 
Prcccs  "Excudebat  Johannes  Nichols  cum  sociis  olini  Schohe  Paulinse 
alumnis  ;  Londini  :  a.d.  MDCCCXIV. 

„    14.     Thomas  Evans,  aged  11,  son  of  William  E.  (deceased). 
Nov.    4.     John  Smithson,  aged   10,  son  of  John  S.,  of  St.  Brides 
Parish. 
See  January  10,  1791. 

„    10.     Robert  Martin  Leake,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  L.,  East  Street, 
Queens  Square. 

General  in  H.M.  Army,  63rd  Regiment,  first  commission,  1805; 
Colonel,  1851 ;  General,  1871  ;  died  1873,  aged  92. 

„    12.     James  Durham,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  of  Cockspur 

Street. 
„    24.     Charles   Wallett,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  John  W.,  Clare, 

Suffolk. 
Doc.     7.     William  John  Edwards,  aged  9,  son  of  John  E.,  farrier,  of 

Thames  Street. 
„    13.     William  Beetham,  aged  10,  sou  of  Edward  B.,  bookseller, 

of  Fleet  Street. 


1791 

Jan.     5.     Charles  Frederick  Johnson,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  J.,  citizen 
and  mercer. 

Stockbroker  ;    Master  of  the  Mercers'  Company,   1829  and  1854  ; 
Surveyor-Accountant  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1855  ;  died  1867. 

„      8.     Daniel  Bowdler,  aged  9,  fatherless,  Sessionshouse,  Clerken- 
well. 

„    10.     John  Smithson,  aged   10,  son  of  John  S.,  of  St.  Bride's 
Parish. 

„    12.     John  Springfield,  aged  13,  son  of  John  S.,  Stoney  Stratford. 

,,     15.     John  Richards,  aged  9,  son  of  Stephen  R.,  Chancery  Lane. 
Henry  Binns  Scourfield,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  S.,  of  Red- 
cross  Street. 

,,     17.     William  Carr,  aged   9,  son  of  William  C,  at  Mr.  Evans's, 
Oxford  Street. 

,,    29.     Charles  Taylor  Philips,  aged  14,  son  of  Charles  P.  (deceased), 
Ludgate  Hill. 
Feb.     4.     James  Anderson,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  A.,  schoolmaster. 
White  Chapel. 


179']  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  201 

Admitted. 

Feb.  11.     Charles  Ash,  aged  10,  son  of  Frances  A.,  Watling  Street. 
John  Miller,  aged  9,  son  of  John  M.,  gent,  St.  Duastans. 
Arthur  Scaife  Willis,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  W.,  shoemaker, 
Carey  Street. 

"  ?  Banker  in  Lombard  Street,"  note  by  H.  Kynaston  in  Presenta- 
tion Book. 

„    17.     Percival  Willis,   aged  10,  son  of  Josejih  W.,  shoemaker, 
Carey  Street. 
John  Wolley,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  East  India  House. 
Joseph    Twigg,  aged    9,  son  of   Joseph  T.,  gunsmith,  St. 
Pauls  Churchyard. 
Mar.  25.     Thomas  Hildrup,  aged  11,  son  of  James  H.,  printer,  Grays 
Inn  Lane. 
„    28.     William    Johnston    White,   aged    11,    son   of    Mary   W., 
widow. 
Apr.     2.     Charles    Williams,    aged    11,    son   of    Miles    W.,    Golden. 
Square. 
„      9.     William  Bickwood,  aged   11,  son  of  William  B.,  Doctors 
Commons. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Fouudation,  1790—91 : — 

Alexander  Campbell,  left  in  1792—93. 

John   Baber,  admitted  on  the  Foundation  February  24, 

1794 ;  but  he  is  not  found  as  a  non-Foundationer  in  the 

intermediate  lists. 


Mr.  William  George  Sibley,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
Alexander  Sidebottom,  Captain. 

Admitted  November  19,  1784. 

May   19.     Georg-e  Nicholson,  aged  10,  son  of  Rowland  N.,  surojeon, 
Cumberland. 
„     20.    Richard  Hayle,  aged  11,  son  of   Richard  H.,  of   Thames 
Street. 
William    Craven,  aged    10,  son  of  George  C,  of  Smith- 
field. 
Thomas  George  Postan,  aged  10,  son  of  Paul  P.,  auctioneer, 

of  Aldersgate  Street. 
Edward  John  Fleming,  aged  8,  son  of  StejDhen  F.,  weaver,, 
of  Grays  Inn  Lane. 
June    3.     John    Gill,  aged  10,  son  of   John    G.,  gent,  of    Clyffords 
Inn. 
Edward  Lawes,  aged  9,  son    of  Edward    L.,  attorney,   of 
Chancery  Lane. 

Called  to  the  Bar  ;    Sergcant-at-Law  ;  Chief  Registrar  in    Bank- 
ruptcy ;  died  1850. 

Benjamin  Day,  aged  11,  son  of  Benjamin  D.,  Shropham„ 
Norfolk. 


202  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1791 

Admitted. 

July     5.     John  Hurle,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  H.,  of  Garlick  Hill. 

James  Ivory  Holmes,  aged  11,  son  of  John  H.,  watchmaker, 
of  the  Strand. 

Tiiuity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1805  (Senior  Op.)  ;  M.A.  1808. 
Henry  Ryder,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  R.,  gent,  of  South- 
ampton Buildings. 
„     11.     George    Hyde,  aged    8,  son    of   James    H.,  goldsmith,    of 
Gutter  Lane. 
Thomas  Hatcher  Smith,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  S.,  account- 
ant to  the  Company. 
„    20.     Robert  Thomas  Healde,  aged  9,  son  of  Dr.  Thomas  H., 

{deceased). 
„     22.     Henry  Slade,  aged  13,  fatherless. 
Aug.    3.     John  Chapman,  aged  10,  son  of  Josei^h  C,  gent,  Christ 
Church,  Surry. 
„     16.     George  Reading  Leathes,   aged   11,  son  of  the  late   Rev. 
Edward  L. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1797  ;  Jesus  College,  Cambridge,  cler.  defuncti 
filius,  viz.  Eev.  Edward  R.,  Rector  of  Reedham,  Norfolk;  B.A.  1801; 
M.A.  1813. 

Sept.  22.     George  Warburton,  aged   11,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  victualer. 
Grays  Inn  Lane. 
„     28.     Edward  Sidebottom,  aged  8,  son  of  Radcliff  S.,  of  Queens 
Square. 
Captain,  1798-99. 

„     29.     Archibald   Mom'o,  aged   11,   son   of  James   M.,   gent,   of 

Chelsea. 
„    30.     Nicholas  Hussey,  aged  10,  son  of  Hubert  H.,  linen  draper, 
of  Cheapside. 
Oct.     3.     Benjamin  Rouse,  aged  11,  son  of  Benjamin  R.,  Hand  in 
Hand  Fire  Office. 
„      4.     Thomas  Samuel  Ashton,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  attorney, 

of  Southam]3ton  Street,  Bloomsbury. 
„     11.     Matthias  King,  aged  9,  son  of  George  K.,  of  the  Castle  and 
Falcon,  in  Aldersgate  Street. 
George  King,  aged  7,  son  of  George  K.,  of  the  Castle  and 
Falcon,  in  Aldersgate  Street. 
„    19.     Samuel  Hobbs,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  silver  polisher, 
of  Staining  Lane. 
Dec.  IG.     Henry  Bryer,  aged  7,  son  of  Hemy  B.,  printer,  of  Salisbury 
Square. 
Joseph  Fisher,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  F.,  gent,  of  Staining 

Lane. 
Charles  Fisher,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  F.,  gent,  of  Staining 
Lane. 
„    20.     Thomas  Hodgkins,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  fiiiiterer, 
of  Fleet  Market. 


1792]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL  203 


1792 

Admitted. 

Jan.     3.     Thomas  Rathbone  (Rawbone),  aged   10,  son  of  Rev.  John 
R.,  Oxford. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1799  ;  Lincoln  College,  Oxford  (Exhibitioner) ; 
Demy  of  Magdalen,  1801  ;  B.  A.  1802  ;  M.  A.  1805  ;  Fellow  of  Magdalen, 
180S  ;  Bursar,  1811. 

Matthew  Swift,  aged  11,  son  of  Matthew  S.,  surveyor,  of 
Staples  Inn. 
„       7.     John  Allen  Williams,  aged  11. 

John   Parsons,   aged    13,  sou    of  John    P.,    bookseller,    of 

Paternoster  Row. 
Thomas  Bryan,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  gent,  Badminston, 

Gloucester. 
James  Thurgood,  aged  11,  son  of  William  T.,  timber  mer- 
chant, of  the  City  Road. 
William  Thompson,  aged  13,  son  of  Widow  T.,  Islington. 
„    17.     Edward  •  Turner,  aged  9,  son  of   John  T.,  hair  dresser,  of 
Exeter  Street,  Strand. 
Joseph    Clark,  aged  10,  son  of   Somers  C,  merchant,  of 
Salisbury  Square. 
„    20.     Adam  WaU,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  John  W.,   Stone,  near 
Dartford,  Kent. 
William  Elliott  Dry,  aged  9,  son   of  Charles  D.,  victualer, 
of  Black  Swan  Alley,  in  St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 
„    23.     Thomas  Cummins,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  C,  victualer,  of 

Craven  Street,  Strand. 
„    24.     William   Islip,  aged  10,   son  of  Rev.  Walter  I.,  Stedham, 
Sussex. 

Probably  of  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1803. 

Robert  Islip,  aged    14,  son  of   Rev.  Walter  I.,  Stedham, 
Sussex. 
„    31.     James  Leormrd  Stephens,  aged  9,  son  of  James  S.,  perfumer, 
of  Albion  Street. 
Joseph  Court,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  C,  lighterman,  of 
Lower  Thames  Street. 
Feb.     9.     Joseph  HoUingw.  Adams,  aged  11,  son  of  Daniel  A.,  gent,  of 
Tooks  Court,  Chancery  Lane. 
„    10.     George    Walker,  aged  9,  son   of  John  W. ,    bookseller,    of 

Paternoster  Row. 
„    17.     William  Longfoot,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  victualer. 

George    Bowen,  aged  8,  son  of  George  B.,  perfumer,   of 
Ludgate  Hill. 
„    23.     John  Henry  Sutton,  aged  11,  son  of  John  S.,  confectioner, 
of  Bishopsgate  Street. 
Mar.  15.     James   Miflin,  aged  8,   son  of  Robert  M.,  shoe-maker,  of 
Great  Turnstile,  Holborne. 
Richard    Hendn.    Clark,    aged     11,    son    of  Richard    C, 
esc^uire  and  alderman. 


204  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1792 

Admitted. 

Mar.  16.     George  Buckinger,  aged  10,  sou  of  John  B.,  gent,  of  Paper 
Buildings,  Temple. 

See  April  23,  1792. 

Apr.  12.     John  Sherridau,  aged  11,  son  of  Widow  S.,  of  Mouckwell 

Street. 
William    Penuy,    aged    8,    son    of    Thomas    P.,    of   Shoe 

Lane. 
Stephen  Bowditch,  aged  8,  son  of  Stephen  B.,  bricklayer, 

of  Gravel  Lane. 

Mr.  George  Sibley,  Survcyor-Acco^mtant. 
Alexander  Sidebottom,  Captain. 

Admitted  November  19,  1784. 

Apr.  21.     George  Carter,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  Henry  C,  rector  of 
Little  Witteuham,  Berks. 

Pauline  Exliibitiouer,  1800  ;  Wadliam  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1803. 

Charles   Deacon,    aged    1-i,    son    of   Thomas    D.,    esquire, 
Watford. 
„    23.     George  Buckinger,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  gent,  of  Paper 
Buildings,  Temple. 
George  Willis,  aged  7,  son  of  Joseph  W.,  shoemaker,  of 
Carey  Street. 
May     2.     John  Turner,  aged   10,    son  of  William    T.,  victualer,  of 
Holborne. 
John  Croswell,  aged  12,  son  of  Henry  C,  gent,  of  Giltspur 
Street. 
„      4.     Christopher  Winkfield,  aged  10,  son  of  John  W.,  carpenter, 
of  Great  Surry  Road. 
William  Moorhouse,  aged  10,  son  of  William  M.,  bottle 
merchant,  of  Crispin  Street,  Spital  Fields. 
„    14.     Thomas  Edward  White,  aged  9,  son  of  William  W.,  gent, 

of  Artillery  Lane. 
„     21.     William  Nesbit,  aged  9,  son  of  Mathew  W. ,  aleconner,  of 

Baldwins  Gardens. 
„    24.     William  Judd,  aged  10,  son  of  William  J.,  gent,  of  Dyers 

Buildings,  Holborn. 
,,     31.     Charles  Denham,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  D.,  gent,  Island 
of  St.  Kits. 
July    9.     William   Manfield   Brady,   aged   8,   son   of    Nicholas   B., 
farmer,  Hemmingfield,  Essex. 
„    13.     Thomas  William  Anthony  Smith,  aged  10,  son  of  Anthony 

S.,  schoolmaster,  of  Black  Fr3^ers. 
„    18.     James    George   Durham,   aged    11,    son   of    Thomas    D., 
stationer,  of  Cockspur  Street,  Charing  Cross. 

Captain,  1796-98;  Pauline  Exhibitioner;  Corpus  Christi  College, 
Cambridge;  Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1798;  Stock  Exhibitioner,  1801; 
Sir  William  Browne's  JVIedal  (Epigi-ams),  1799  and  1800  ;  B.A.  1802  ; 
Norrisian  Prize  ("On  the  Providence  of  God"),  1804;  Author  of 
Christianity  the  Friend  of  Man,  1803. 


1792]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  205 

Admitted. 

July  20.     John  Terence  Hunt,  aged  8,  son  of  John  H.,  stationer,  of 
Aldgate. 
„    26.     John  Paine,  aged  8,  son  of  John  P.,  hat  maker.  Paternoster 
Row. 
Sept.  19.     Christopher  Thomas  Towes,  aged   11,  son  of  Thomas  T., 
engraver,  of  Oheapside. 
„    28.     John  Streetin  Buxton,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  attorney, 
Malborought. 
Oct.   11.     Charles   Ainsley   Wright,   aged    11,    son  of   Charles   W., 
attorney,  of  Bishopsgate  Street. 
„    15.     Samuel  Chadwick,  aged  12,  son  of  William  C,  cabinet 

maker,  of  Town  Ditch. 
„    19.     John  Read,  aged  8,  son  of  John  R.,  gent,  of  Great  James 

Street,  Bedford  Row. 
„    20.     William  John  Redfearn,  aged  8,  son  of  William  R.,  surgeon, 

of  Old  Fish  Street. 
„    30.     James  Williams,  aged  11,  son  of  James  W.,  victualler,  of 
King  Street,  Soho. 
William  Hudson,  aged  8,  son  of  Justus  H.,  undertaker,  of 
Fleet  Street. 
Nov.    7.     John  Moor,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  M.,  dentist,  of  Palgrave 
Place,  Strand. 
„    21.     Charles  Towes,  aged  9,  son  of  Christopher  T.,  engraver,  of 
Cheapside. 
Dec.     7.     Thomas  Hack,  aged  12,    on  of  John  H.,  packseller,  of  Shoe 
Lane. 
„    18.     Thomas  Mayfield,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  engraver,  of 
Stainins:  Lane. 


1793 

Jan.     2.     Anthony  Gardiner,  aged  9,  son  of  George  G.,  warehouseman, 
of  Snow  Hill. 
William  Gardiner,  aged  8,  son  of  George  G.,  warehouseman, 
of  Snow  Hill. 
„    15.     William  Alexander  Weightman,  aged  11,  son  of  William 
W.,  attorney,  of  Hatton  Garden. 
Daniel  Richardson,  aged  8,  son  of  William  R.,  upholsterer, 

of  Newcastle  Street,  Strand. 
Nehemiah  Southwell  Price,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  P.,  of 
Warwick  Street,  Golden  Square. 
„    19.     George  Joshua  Miller,  aged  8,  son  of  John  M.,  attorney,  of 

Carey  Street. 
„    22.     Edward  Hoskin,  aged  8,  sou  of  William  H.,  attorney,  of 

Lime  Street. 
„    24.     John   Willis,  aged    9,   son  of  Joseph   W.,  shoemaker,    of 
Lin  coins  Inn. 
J.  W.,  of  Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford,  takes  his  B.A.  in  1805. 


206  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1793 

Admitt.rd. 

Jan.  31.     Henry    Godfrey,    aged    12,   son   of  Henry  G.,    grocer,    of 
Newgate  Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1798  ;  Queens'  College,  Cambridge,- Feliruavy 
21,  1761;  B.A.  (13th  Wrangler),  1802;  M.A.  1805;  Fellow  of 
Queens'  ;  S.T.B.  1813  ;  S.T.F.  1822  ;  President  of  Queens',  1820-32. 

Henry  Edward  Swift,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  gent,  of 
Dartmouth  Street,  Westminster. 
Feb.     5.     Samuel  Hughes,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  H.,  attorney,  of 
Watling  "street. 

Samuel  Bentley,  aged  7,  son  of  Edward  B.,  of  Blewitt's 
Buildings,  Holborne. 

Printer  ;  died  1868.  Joint  author  (with  Sir  Charles  Young)  of 
Exccrpta  JTMorica  ;  presented  to  St.  Paul's  School  Library  a  cojiy  of 
Erasmi  Concio,  printed  on  vellum  with  MS.  inscription  by  his  own 
hand  and  that  of  Thomas  Tomkins,  the  celebrated  calligraphist,  writing- 
master  in  St.  Paul's  School. 

„     18.     James  Payne,  aged  8,  son  of  George  P.,  hosier,  of  Newgate 

Street. 
„    23.     Charles  Stalker,  aged  13,  son  of  Charles  S.,  bookseller,  of 

Stationers  Court. 
Mar.  19.     George  Cecil  Renouard  (Renourd),  aged  11,  son  of  Peter 

R.,  adjutant  in  the  Rutlandshire  Militia. 

Subser|nently  at  Charterhouse  ;  Sidney-Sussex  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1802  ;  Fellow  ;  M.A.  1805  ;  B.D.  1811  ;  Chajilain  to  the  British 
Embassy  at  Constantinople,  1804-6,  to  the  Factory  at  Smyrna, 
1811-14  ;  Lord  Almoner's  Professor  of  Arabic,  1815  ;  Member  of  the 
Royal  Asiatic  Society  and  Foreign  Secretary  to  the  Roj'al  Geogi'aphical 
Society  ;   Rector  of  Swanscombe,  Kent,  1818  ;  died  1867. 

Boys  not  on  the  Foundation,  admitted  1792—93  : — 

Herman  Hughes,  left  1794-95. 
Thomas  Daniel,  left  1793-94-. 
Henry  Bird,  left  1793-94. 
Charles  Bird,  left  1793-94. 


Mr.  William  Holmes,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
John  Webb,  Ccvptain. 

Admitted  July  28,  1785. 

Apr.  25.     William  Norris,  aged  9,  son  of  William  N.,  hair  dresser,  of 
City  Road. 
George  Henry  Hogard,  aged  9,  son  of  Luke  H.,  haberdasher, 

of  Long  Acre. 
George  Samuel  Masse y,  aged  10,  fatherless. 
May     3.     Samuel  James  Sewell,  aged  12,  son  of  Widow  S.,  of  Carey 
Street. 
„    15.     Samuel  Turner,  aged  9,  son  of  Hezekiah  T.,  gent,  of  London 

Wall. 
„    23.     William  Lander,  aged  10,  son  of  late  William  L.,  attorney, 
of  Ed^ware  Road. 


1793]  SCHOLARS  OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  207 

Admitted. 

May  31.     James    Wall    Owen,   aged    11,  son   of  Widow   O.,  West 

Smithfield. 
July    9.     Robert  Wilson,  aged  11,  son  of  Stephen  W.,  victualler,  of 
West  Smithfield. 
William  Faiiow,  aged  12,  son  of  William  F.,  law  stationer, 

of  Mitre  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
Charles  Batson  Coxe,  aged  11,  son  of   Eev.  Richard   C, 

Bucklebury,  Berks. 
Evan  Edwards,  aged  11,  son  of  William  E.,  silversmith,  of 
Coleman  Street. 
„    25.     George  WooUey,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  of  the  India 
House. 
John   Hardy,  aged    10,  son  of   Widow   H.,  of  Tavistock 

Street. 
Robert  Hardy,  aged    9,  son  of  Widow  H.,  of  Tavistock 
Street. 
„    31.     Charles  Butler  James,  aged  8,  sou  of  Joseph  J.,  laceman, 
of  Newgate  Street. 
Aug.    8.     Joseph  Taylor,  aged   10,  son  of  Thomas  T.,   surgeon,  of 
Bridge  Street,  Black  Fryers. 
,,    14.     Edward  Adlum,  aged  10,  son  of  Dominick  A.,  victuallei",  of 

Turnstile,  Holborne. 
„    24.     William  George  Stewart,  aged  11,  son  of  Duncan  S.,  gent, 
of  London  Street,  Tottenham  Court  Road. 
Oct.  14,     Hennery  Gratton  Latham,  aged  11,  son  of  John  L.,  patern 
drawer,  of  Great  Newport  Street. 
Henry  Rouse,  aged  11,  son  of  Benjamin  R.,  gent,  of  Bridge 

Street,  Black  Fryers. 
Edward  Rouse,  aged  10,  son  of  Benjamin  R.,  gent,  of  Bridge 
Street,  Black  Fryers. 
„    19.     Daniel  Eldridge,  aged  12,  son  of  Robert  E.,  clerk,  of  St. 
Brides. 
Edward  Wilkinson,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  W.,  shojDkeeper, 
of  St.  Brides. 
„    29.     William  Sliarp,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  S.,  bookbinder,  of 
Warwick  Lane. 

Captain,    1800-2  ;    Campden  Exhibitioner  ;  Trinity  College,   Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1804-10  ;  B.A.  1807  ;  M.A.  1810. 

Dec.  11.     Thomas   Noon,  aged   11,  son  of  Thomas  N.,  chandler,  of 

Addle  Hill. 
George  Flight,  aged  11,  son  of  Widow  F.,  of  Charlotte  Row, 

Southwark. 
William  Moore,  aged   11,  son  of  William  M.,  minister,  of 

Barbican. 
„    14.     James  Holbrook  Griffiths,  aged  8,  son  of  James  G.,  vintner, 

of  Doctors  Commons. 
Charles  Johnson,  aged   9,  son  of  late   Samuel  J.,  at  Mrs. 

Reubells,  Lincolns  Inn  Fields. 


20S  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1794 


1794 

Adm  itt:d. 

Jan.   25.     John  Godfrey,  aged  10,  son  of  Henry  G.,  gent,  of  Parish  of 
St.  Michael  Le  Querne. 

Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  LL.B.  1813. 

John    King,  aged    11,  son    of   WilHam    K.,  victualler,   of 

Moorfields. 
John  Robert  Longden,  aged  7,  son  of  Roger  L.,  proctor,  of 

Doctors  Commons. 

Proctor ;  died  1827. 

„    27.     Gilbert  Liddiard,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  silversmith,  of 
St.  Pauls  Church  Yard. 
Feb.  13.     John  Lander,  aged  10,  son  of  William  L.,  attorney  (deceased), 
of  Edgware  Road. 
James  Halford,  aged  8,  son  of  James  H.,  gent,  of  Furnivals 
Inn  Court. 
„    24.     John  Baber,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  gent,  of  Red  Lion 
Street,  Clerkenwell. 
Mar.  11.     Joseph  Russell,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  R.,  shoemaker,  of 
Irwin  Street. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1793 — 9-i  : — 

George  Dale  CoUison,  left  1794—95. 
Charles  Manage,  left  1794 — 95. 
William  Grant,  left  1795—96. 
James  Grant,  left  1795 — 96. 

Mr.  John  Watney,  Surveyor- Accountant . 
John  Webb,  Ccqjtain. 

Admitted  July  28,  1785. 

Apr.  25.     John  Armstrong,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  Robert  A.,  Hoxton 
Square. 
Joseph  Horton,  aged  14,  son  of  Williain  H.,  hosier,  of  New- 
gate Street. 
Charles  Todd,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel   T.,  late  of  Lad 
Lane. 
^Lav   23.     John  Richard  AUcock,  aged  8,  son  of  John  A,  coffeeman, 
of  St.  Pauls  Church  Yard. 
George  Brown,  aged  9,  son  of  George  B.,  trunk  maker,  of 
the  Old  Change. 
July  14.     William  Thomas  Neale,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  N.,  of  the 
Custom  House. 
James  Sowerby,  aged  7,  son  of  James  S.,  gent,  of  Mead 

Place,  Lambeth. 
Edwin  Sandys,  aged  7,  son  of  John  S.,  late  student  in  the 
Middle  Temple. 

Possibly  E.  S.  of  St.  John's  College,  O-Kford  ;  B.A.  1808  ;  M.  A.  1813. 


1794]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  200 

Ailmitled. 

July  14.     Thomas  Gill,  aged  10,  son  of  John  G.,  attorney,  of  Clyfford's 
Inn. 
„    25.     Walter  Henry  Wyatt,  aged  12,  son  of  John  W.,  merchant, 
of  Bridge  Street. 
Samuel  Barrett,  aged  10,  son  of  William  B.,  linen  draper, 

of  Old  Fish  Street. 
James  Williams,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  of  Valentine's 
Place,  Black  Fryers  Road. 
Aug  11.     James  Taylor,  aged  10,  son  of  James  T.,  toymaker,  of  St. 
Anns,  Black  Fryers. 
Richard  Lake,  aged  11,  son  of  John  L.,  gent,  of  Waltham- 

stow. 

James  Davidson,  aged  9,  son  of  James  D.,  butcher,  of  Crown 

Court,  Temple  Barr. 

Sept.  15.     James  Crutchfield,  aged  10,  son  of  Widow  C,  Foster  Lane. 

Oct.   13.     Robert  Wilmott,  aged  11,  son  of  George  W.,  of  Spital  Fields. 

James  Simpson  Birt,  aged  11,  son  of  James  B.,  silversmith, 

of  Wood  Street. 
Joseph  Symes,  aged  14,  son  of  John  S.,  attorney,  of  Kings- 
ton, Jamaica,  at  Mr.  Taylor's,  Harper  Street. 
John  Symes,  aged  11,  son  of  John  S.,  attorney,  of  Kingston, 
Jamaica,  at  Mr.  Taylor's,  Harper  Street. 
Nov.  28.     Thomas  Kelly,  aged  11,  son  of  James  K.,  of  Canon  Alley 

St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 
Dec.  15.     James    Thornburg    Brown,    aged    9,    son    of    James    B 
upholsterer,  of  St.  Pauls  Chuixhyard. 


1795 

Jan.   15.     John    Remmington,    aged    11,   son    of   John    R.,   clothier, 
Horsley,  Gloucestershire. 
„    26.     George  Borris  Bowyer,  aged  7,  son  of  George  B.,  gent,  of 
Rolls  Buildings,  Chancery  Lane. 
George  Wyatt,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  W.,  merchant,  of 

New  Bridge  Street. 
Robert  Miller,  aged  9,  son  of  John  M.,  attorney,  of  Carey 
Street. 
Feb.  19,     John  Bentley,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  B.,  gent,  of  the  Bank. 

Bank  of  England  ;  Secretary  1850-60  ;  died  1860. 

Frederick  Lange,  aged  10,  son  of  Frederick  L.,  habit  maker, 

of  Hart  Street,  Covent  Garden. 
Mar.  12.     Rice    Philip  Williams,  aged  8,  son  of  Rice  W.,   woollen 

draper,  of  Cornhill. 
John  Charles  Kirkman,  aged  9  son  of  Patrick  K.,  bookseller, 

of  Finsbury  Square. 

See  June  22,  1795. 

James  Alden  Webb,  aged  10,  son  of  the  late  William  W, , 
druggist,  of  Castle  Street,  Hounsditch. 


210  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1795 

Admitted. 

Mar.  12.     Richard    Gunner,  aged  9,  son    of   Richard    G.,  perfumer, 
{deceased). 
Thomas  Penn,  aged  9,  son  of  Laurence  P.,  permit  writer, 

of  Goswell  Place. 
Obadiah    Wathen,  aged  11,  son    of   Samuel  W.,  esquire, 
Woodchester,  Gloucestershire. 
„    19.     Richard  Mann,  aged  8,  son  of  John  M.,  butcher,  of  Hart 
Street,  Warwick  Lane. 
William  Hemy  Taylor,  aged  9,  son  of  John  T,,  silk  dyer, 
of  Maddox  Street,  Hanover  Square. 

Possibly  of  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1807. 

John  Taylor,  aged  7,  son  of  John  T.,  silk  dyer,  of  Maddox 
Street,  Hanover  Square. 
„    30.     WiUiam    Gerrard    Money,  aged    10,  son    of   William    M., 
attorney,  of  Wood  Street. 
Apr.     4.     Michael  John  Farrell,  aged  10,  son  of  John  F.,  printer,  of 
Catherine  Street,  Strand. 
Peter  John  Goran,  aged  11,  son    of   Peter  C,  of  Mount 

Row,  Lambeth. 
Walter  Gyffard. 

The  name  is  not  found  in  the  Registers — but  the  presentation  is 
extant  ;  a  George  Giffard  is  found  in  the  Class  List  for  1796  ;  George 
Gifford  '97  ;  ^\llliam  Gifford  '98  ;  Walter  GyfTord  '99  ;  AVilUam 
Gytfard  1800,  and  Walter  William  George  Gyffard  is  second  boy  iu 
the  Vlllth  Class  in  1801. 

Mr.  Thomas  Palmee,  Surveyor- Accoicntant. 
William  Thorpe,  Cajjtcdn. 

Admitted  Jtohj  27,  1789. 

Apr.  16.     Matthew  Pantin,  aged  11,  son  of  Lewis  P.,  goldsmith,  of 
Grafton  Street,  Soho. 
„    22.     John  Weston  Finch,  aged  8,  son  of  John  F.,  tobacconist,  of 

Wellclose  Square. 
„    30.     John  Green  Booth,  aged  8,  son  of  John  B.,  printer,  of  Snow 
Hill. 
May  12.     William  Fraser,  aged  10,  son  of  David  F.,  sadler,  of  Great 
Poultney  Street,  Golden  Square. 
„    21.     William  Cole,  aged  10,  son  of  Lewis  John  C,  ivory  turner, 
of  the  Old  Bailey. 
June  22.     Edward  Archer  Wild,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  attorney, 
of  Wood  Street,  Cheapside. 
Iltyd  NichoU,  aged  8,  son  of  the  late  Dr.  N.,  Chiswick. 
John  Charles  Kirkman,  aged  10,  son  of  Patrick  K.,  book- 
seller, of  Finsbury  Square. 
See  March  12,  1795. 

John  Moulden,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  M.,  gent. 
July    3.     Edward  Dalzel,  aged  10,  son  of  Archibald  D.,  Governor  of 
Cape  Coast  Castle,  Africa. 


1795]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  211 

AdviUtcd. 

July  6.  Samuel  Gregory,  aged  12,  son  of  Hannah  .G.,  -widow. 
Charles  Pan  tin,  aged  10,  son  of  Lewis  P.,  goldsmith. 
Buxton  Reuben  Lawn,  aged   11,  son  of  Buxton  L.,  baker 

and  corn  chandler,  of  Providence  Row. 
Robert   Lawn,  aged^  9,  son  of  Buxton  L.,  baker  and  corn 
chandler,  of  Providence  Row. 
„    12.     Thomas  Parker,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  gent,  of  Curtain 
Road,  Shoreditch. 

Captain,  1802-3  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,   Queen's   College,  Oxford  ; 
B.A.  1807. 

Aug.    5.     Thomas  Moffatt,  aged   11,   son   of  John   M.,  carpenter,  of 

Paternoster  Row. 
Sep.   17.     James  Marman,  aged  11,  son  of  William   M.,  gent,  of  Ely 
Place,  St.  Georges-in-the-East. 
Isaac  Hanson,  aged  14,  son  of  James  H.,  gent,  of  the  Kings 

Mews. 
Redmond  Andrew  Prior,  aged  12,  son  of  Widow  P.,  Devon- 
shire Street,  Queens  Square. 
Edmund    Hardy,    aged    10,    son   of  Jane    H.,    widow,    of 
Tavistock  Street,  Bedford  Square. 
Oct.  27.     Edward  Davies,  aged  11,  son  of  William  D.,  brewer,  of  Maid 

Lane,  Southwark. 
Nov.  23.     Robert  Finch,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  F.,  esquire,  of  Great 
Ormond  Street. 

Balliol  College,  Oxon,   1802  ;    B.A.   1805  ;    M.A.  1809  ;  in  Holy 
Orders  ;  Eminent  Antiquary  ;  died  1830. 

Dec.  17.     Edward  William  Scott,  aged  9,  son  of  James  S.,  victualler, 
of  Duke  Street,  Lincolns  Inn  Fields. 


1796 

Jan.     G.     George  Henry  Hogard,  aged    11,  son  of  Luke  H.,  haber- 
dasher, of  Bedford  Court,  Covent  Garden. 
„    12.     Octavius  Prichard,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  linen  draper, 
of  Orange  Street,  Leicester  Square. 
Richard   Penny,   aged    8,   an   orphan,   at    Mr.   Prichard 's. 

Orange  Street. 
Wilham  Mills  Pulley,  aged  9,  son  of  William  P.,  gent,  of 

Doctors  Commons. 
George  Richards  Marriot,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  M.,  grocer, 

of  Great  James  Street,  Bedford  Row. 
Paul  House,  aged  12,  son  of  James  H.,  gent,  Oxford. 
Edward  Edwards,  aged  10,  son  of  William  E.,  of  Coleman 
Street. 
„    20.     James  Hanwell,  aged  10,  son  of  Giles  H.,  tallow  chandler, 

of  Chancery  Lane. 
„    21.     Tristram  Fenning,  aged  11,  fatherless. 

„    28.     John  Jackson  Jackson,  aged  11,  son  of  John  J.,  of  Meads 
Row  Asylum. 


212  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1796 

Admitted. 

Feb.     5.     Charles  Harris,  aged  10,  son  of  Charles  H.,  baker,  of  Maiden 
Lane,  Covent  Garden. 
„    13.     James  Crutchfield,  aged  11,  son  of  James  C,  victualler,  late 
of  Foster  Lane. 
William  Hedges,  aged  12,  son  of  William  H.,  mason,  of 

Grays  Inn  Lane. 
Thomas  Hedges,  aged  9,  son  of  William  H.,  mason,  of  Grays 
Inn  Lane. 
„    23.     Peter  Ai-null,  aged   9,  son  of  George  A.,  broker,  of  Bank 
Buildings. 
Mar.  14.     Francis  James,  aged  9,  son  of  Francis  J.,  worsted  manu- 
facturer, of  Newgate  Street. 
„    17.     Thomas  Railton,aged  9,  son  of  Ann  R.,  Yilliers  Street,  Strand. 
„    21.     George  Webb,  aged  9,  son  of  William  W.,  late  of  Castle 

Street,  Hounsditch. 
„    31.     Hemy  Charles  Gibbs,  aged  7,  son  of  Henry  G.,  attorney,  of 
Old  Broad  Street. 
Edmund  Mathews,  aged  9,  son  of  William  M.,  gent,  of 
Wilderness  Row. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1795 — 96  : — 

Benjamin  Chandler,  left  1796—97. 
William  Mason,  left  1796—97. 


Mr.  William  Palmer,  Surixyor-Accountant. 
James  Durham,  Caj^tain. 

Admitted  July  18,  1792. 

Apr.  14.     Thomas  Wakefield,  aged  12,  son  of  Richard  W.,  apothecary, 
Battle  Bridge. 
Henry  Brockett,  aged    11,   son   of  Hugh  B.,  vintner,  of 
Macclesfield  Street,  Soho. 
„    27.     John    Greenhill,  aged   9,  son   of  John  G.,  gent,   of  King 
Street,  Westminster. 
May     4.     Richard   Bailey,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  B.,  copper-plate 

printer,  of  Berwick  Street,  Soho. 
June  10.     Walter  William  Weightman,  aged  10,  son  of  William  W., 
attorney,  of  Hatton  Garden. 
Joseph  Healey,  aged    10,  son   of  Joseph   H.,  brewer,  of 
Holborne. 
„    24.     William  Charles  Browne,  aged  11,  son  of  William  B.,  gent, 

of  Chancery  Lane. 
„    30.     John  Hughes,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H.,  gent,  of  Falcon 
Square. 
July     4.     Philip   Courtenay,  aged   11,   fatherless,    at    Dr.  Wainer's, 
Stanton,  Wilts. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1805  ;  MA.  1808. 


I 


1796]  •       SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  213 

Admitted. 

July  21.     Charles  Wright,  aged  8,  son  of  John  W.,  wine  merchant, 
Newcastle  Street,  Strand. 
James    Nicholson,  aged    11,  son  of  James  N.,   musician, 
Maidstone. 
Aug.  13.     James  Josiah  Arnull,  aged  11,  son  of  George  A.,  Bank 

Buildings,  Cornhill. 
Oct.   20.     John  Rush  Clarke,  aged  12,  son  of  the  late  Joseph  C. 

John  Samuel  Merrington,  aged  12,  son  of  Widow  M.,  calicoe 
glazer,  Maiden  Lane. 
„    27.     Edward  Hughes  Perry,  aged  9,  son  of  Dr.  Perry,  Hillingdon. 
Charles  Corbould,   aged  9,  son  of  John  C,   engraver,  of 
Forster  Lane. 
„    31.     John   Joshua   Moring,    aged     11,    son    of    Widow   M.,    of 
Lambert  Hill. 
Nov.  22.     Joseph  Terry  Saunders,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  S.,  upholder, 

of  Gutter  Lane. 
Dec.     2.     Charles  Fentum,  aged  11,  son  of  John  F.,  music  seller,  of 
Strand. 
Edward  Fentum,  aged  10,  son  of  John  F.,  music  seller,  of 
Strand. 


1797 

Jan.     7.     Richard  King,  aged  8,  son  of  George  K.,  wine  merchant,  of 
Newgate  Street. 
„    12.     John    Bromley,   aged    9,   son    of    John   B.,   attorney,   of 

Cliffords  Inn. 
„    23.     Robert  Mann  Ivory,  aged  9,  son  of  James  I.,  apothecary,  of 
Aldersgate  Street. 
Frederick  Watson,  aged  11,  son  of  Christopher  W.,  major 
in  the  King's  Own  Dragoons,  Hertfordshire. 
Feb,     1.     Thomas    Luffingham,     aged    9,     son    of    Benjamin    L., 

Fromlington. 
Mar.  15.     Thomas  William  Sergrave,  aged   11,  son  of  Thomas  S., 
gent,  of  Charles  Square,  Hoxton. 
Jacob  Day,  aged  11,  son  of  William  D.,  Mistley,  Essex. 
„    27.     Wilham  Taylor,  aged   13,  son  of  Thomas  T.,  soHcitor,  of 
Featherstone  Buildings,  Holbourne. 
Charles  Sirdifield,  aged  11,  son  of  Finney  S.,  linen  draper, 
of  Newgate  Street. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1796—97  : — 

John  Watkins  appears  in  the  4th  Class  in  the  1798  List, 

and  left  in  the  course  of  the  year. 
John  Curtis  appears  in  the  2nd  Class  in  the  Apposition 

List,  1798,  and  again  in  1799. 
George   Griffin,  admitted   on   the    Foundation,   March    8, 

1798. 


21  t  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1797 


Mr.  Nathaniel  Hillier,  Survey  or- Accountant. 
James  Durham,  Cajitain. 

Admitted  July  18,  1792. 
Admitted. 

Apr.     7.     John  Gray,  aged   10,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  haberdasher,  of 
South  Audley  Street,  Grosvenor  Square. 
„    11.     William  Henry  Buxton,  aged  8,  son  of  John  B.,  attorney- 
at-law  of  Great  Malboiough  Street. 
William    Philip   Price,  aged    9,  son  of  Charles  P.,  gent, 
Stamp  Office,  Somerset  Place. 
May     1.     William   Bentley,   aged    8,    son    of   Edward    B.,   gent,   of 
Paternoster  Row. 

Bank  of  England  ;  Principal  of  the  Bank  Stock  Office  ;  Master  of 
tlie  Leatliersellers'  Company,  1857  ;  died  1877. 

Samuel  Highfield,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  H.,  watch  maker, 

of  Mount  Row,  City  Road. 
Allen   Maclean,  aged  8,  son  of  Captain  M.,  of  Lambeth 

Walk. 
John  Logan,    aged    11,    son    of    John    L.,    bookseller,    of 

Holborne. 
George  Edward  Gowan,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  Calcutta. 
„    23.     Samuel  Powell,  aged  11,   son  of  Samuel  P.,  vintner,    of 
Little  Britain. 
June    1.     Edward  Hill,  aged  8,  son  of  Widow  H.,  of  Dove  Court, 
Leather  Lane. 
„    26.     Henry  Gay,  aged  6,  son  of  Henry  G.,  of  Lambeth. 
July     3.     George  Ravenscroft,  aged  11,  son  of  Elizabeth  R.,  vintner, 
Stoke  Farm,  near  Windsor. 
„       7.     John  Leath,  aged  10,  son  of  John  L.,  linen  draper,  of  Bow 

Lane. 
„    10.     George  Holt,  aged  8,  son  of  George  H.,  surgeon,  Tottenham. 
„    14.     Samuel     Partridge,     aged     10,     son    of     Samuel     P.,     of 

Southwark. 
„    22.     William  Limming,  aged  8,  son  of  George  L ,  Parish  Clerk, 

St.  Leonards,  Shoreditch. 
„    26.     Alexander  Richard  Warrand,  aged  9,  son  of  Alexander  W. 
of  Arundel  Street,  Strand. 
Aug.    9.     George   Archdale   Low,    aged    11,    son   of    George  L.,    of 
Great  St.  Hellens. 
„    16.     Inigo    Jones,    aged    11,    son  of  Meredith  J.,  surveyor,   of 

Great  St.  Hellens. 
„    23.     Thomas  Barrett,  aged  14,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  schoolmaster, 
of  Spital  Fields. 
Sept.    8.     John  Brown,  aged   9,  son  of  John  B.,  late  an  Ensign  in 
Middlesex  Militia. 
„    23.     Alexander  Brodie  Tate,  aged  8,  son  of  James  T.,  millwright, 

of  Milford  Lane,  Strand. 
„    27.     Samuel  Norris,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  N.,  tallow  chandler, 
of  Suffolk  Street,  Southwark. 


1797]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  215 

Admitted. 

Oct.     4.     Samuel  Ashton,  aged   11,  son  of  Matthew  A.,  grazier,  of 
St.  James's,  Clerkemvell. 
„    12.     Edward    George,  aged  7,  son  of  Edward   G.,  of  Princess 
Street,  Driiry  Lane. 
Nov.  1 5.     Thomas  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  butcher,  of  the 

Borough. 
Dec.     7.     Thomas  WilUams,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  apothecary. 
„    28.     Reginald    Parker,  aged   10,  son  of  Reginald  P.,  gent,   of 
Wardrobe  Court,  Doctors  Commons. 
George  Ridout,  aged  9,  son    of  John   R.,  apothecary,    of 
Paternoster  Row. 

Balliol  College,  O.xfoid,  1805;  B.C.L.  1812. 

1798 

Jan.     3.     Edward  Arpthorp,  aged  10,  son  of  William  A.,  staymaker, 
of  Middle  Row,  Holborne. 
„      5.     Richard  Woodhouse,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  W.,  of  Richards 
Coffeehouse,  Fleet  Street. 
William   Elisha   Law   Faulkner,    aged    8,    son    of    Revd. 
William  F.,  of  Bartlets  Buildings,  Holborne. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1808  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Stock  and  Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1808;  B.A.  1812;  M.A.  1820; 
Perpetual  Curate  of  St.  James's,  Clerkeuwell,  1839. 

„      9.     William  Henry  Pasquier,  aged  11,  son  of  Peter  P.,  vintner, 

of  Ludgate  Hill. 
„    12,     Charles  Fowler,  aged  7,  son  of  David  F.,  of  Red  Cross 

Square. 
„    13.     William  Miles  Anderson,  aged  8,  son  of  John  A,  bookseller, 

of  Holborn  Hill. 
„    16.     Samuel  Harnsworth,  aged   11,  son  of  Richard  H.,  school- 
master. Barking,  Essex. 
Willett  Edwards,  aged   11,  son  of  Willett  E.,  perfumer,  of 

Little  Turnstile,  Holborn. 
,,    18.     John  Leach,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  Dublin. 
Feb.     5.     Joseph   Gwilt,  aged   14,  son  of   George    G.,    surveyor,   of 

Union  Street,  Southwark. 
„      G.     Richard  Parker  Tillotson,  aged  13,  son  of  John  T.,Takeley, 

near  Bishopstortford. 
„    12.     William  George  Barnard,   aged   8,  son  of  Luke  B.,  coal 

merchant,  of  Black  Fryers  Road. 
Mar.    8.     John    Curtis,    aged   11,  son  of  James  C,    colourman,    of 

Ludgate  Hill. 

Left  in  VUlth  Class,  1805;  mentioned  in  Carlisli's  Endowed 
Grammar  Schools  as  Head  Master  of  the  Grammar  School  at  Ashbj'- 
de-la-Zouch  ;  in  holy  orders. 

George  Nathaniel  Griffin,  aged  12,  son  of  the  late  John  G., 
colourman,  of  Ludgate  Hill. 
Feb.  26.     James  Richards,  aged   8,   son  of  Thomas  R.,  watch  case 
maker,  of  Bridge  Water  Square. 


216  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1798 

Admilled. 

Feb.  27.     Nathaniel  Wortliington,  aged  8,  son  of  George  W.,  taylor, 
of  Queens  Square. 
Robert  Rogers,  aged  7,  son  of  John  R.,   coal  merchant, 
of  Walcot  Terrace,  Lambeth. 
Mar.     3.     Abraham  Beard,  aged  10,  son  of  Alexander  B.,  tobacconist, 
of  Abchurch  Lane. 
,,    30.     Thomas  Clarke,  aged  9,   son   of  Thomas   C,  surgeon,  of 
Tooley  Street. 
Apr.    2,     Philip  Simeon  Peter  Van  Swinden,  aged  11,  son  of  Revd. 
Dr.  Philip  Van  S,,  of  Princes  Row,  Pimlico. 
John  Samuel  Kettle,  aged   9,  son  of  Samuel   K.,  cheese- 
monger, of  Forster  Lane. 
Thomas  Holland,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  late  of  Cock- 
spur  Street. 

Mr.  Thomas  Newnham,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
Edward  Sidebottom,  Captain. 

Admitted  September  28,  1791. 

Apr.  27.     Thomas  Hayter  Longden,  aged  8,  son  of  Roger  L.,  proctor, 
of  Doctors  Commons. 
Stockbroker  ;  J.P.  for  Middlesex  ;  died  1876. 

John  Amsden,  aged  10,  son  of  John  A.,  chemist,  of  Wood 

Street. 
Henry  Taylor,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  T.,  surgeon,  of  Bride 

Street. 
Balliol  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1806. 

May     2.     Thomas  Bott,  aged  11,  son  of  John   B.,  engraver,  of  Well 
Street,  Cripplegate. 
,,     IG.     Benjamin  John  Edward  Wright,  aged  8,  son  of  Benjamin 

W.,  printer,  of  Blewits  Buildings. 
,,    21.     William  Henry  Hinde,  aged  8,  son  of  Charles  H.,  gent,  of 

Bowling  Green  Lane,  Clerkenwell. 
„    25.     Pitts  Good  Watson,  aged  11,  son  of  John  W.,  gent,  of 

Walbrook. 
„    31.     Thomas  Green,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  sword  cutler,  of 
Clements  Inn. 
July  16.     John  Coney,  aged  9,  son  of  William  C,  shoemaker,  of  Red 
Lion  Street,  White  Chapel. 
George    Francis   Karstadt,   aged    11,   son   of   George   K., 
mariner,  of  RadclifFe  Highway. 
„    21.     Thomas  Snow  Snuggs,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  S.,  haberdasher, 
of  Henrietta  Street,  Covent  Garden. 
John  Bradney  Rippon,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  R.,  gent, 
of  the  Bank. 
Aug.    7.     Charles  James  Daykin,  aged  9,  son  of  James  D.,  coach- 
maker,  of  Fetter  Lane. 


1798]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  217 

Admitted. 

Aug.    7.     Robert    Ivory,  aged    10,  sou   of  James  I.,  apothecary,  of 
Aldersgate  Street. 
Thomas  Trew,  aged  8,  son  of  WilHam  T.,  teacher  of  elocu- 
tion, of  Thaives  Inn. 
James  Whitaker,  aged  11,  son  of  John  W.,  hatter,  Christ- 
church,  Surry." 
„    14.     Thomas  Lane,  aged  11,  son  of  William  L.,  esquire,  house 
warden  of  the  company. 

Surveyor-Accountant  of  S.P.S.,  1856. 

Oct.     1.     James   Davies,   aged   8,   son   of    Nathaniel   D.,   gent,    of 
Lothbury. 
Septimus  Walker,  aged  8,  son  of  Rev.  Thomas  W.,  Warren 
Street,  Fitzroy  Square, 
Nov.    1.     Joseph  Davies,  aged  10,  son  of  William  D.,  of  Aldersgate 
Street. 
„      6.     Thomas  Jeffery,  aged  11,  son  of  George  J.,  bookseller,  of 

Middle  New  Street. 
„      7.     Hanchett  Good  Watson,  aged  13,  son  of  John  W.,  gent,  of 

Walbrook. 
„    14.     Henry  Brown,  aged  9,  son  of  George  B.,  trunk  maker,  of 
Little  Carter  Lane. 
Dec.  11.     William  Gent,  aged  10,-  son  of  James  G.,  hair  dresser,  of 
Watling  Street. 
George  Willats,  aged  11,  son  of  Moses  W.,  plasterer,  of 
Great  Distaff  Lane, 

1799 

Jan.  14.     John  Harris  Figgins,  aged  11,  son  of  Benjamin  F,  wax 
chandler,  of  Poultry. 
James  Bauck,  aged  9,  son  of  Titmar  B. 
„    15.     Samuel  Edward  Roberts,  aged  9,  son   of  Samuel   R.,  floor 
cloth  manufacturer,  of  Fleet  Street. 
Thomas  Sellon  Smith,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  attorney, 

of  St.  Pauls  Church  Yard. 
William  Baker  Smith,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  attorney, 
of  St.  Pauls  Church  Yard. 

R.N.  Midshipman  of  the  Centaur  at  the  capture  of  St.  Lucia  ; 
Lieutenant  1808  ;  distinguished  himself  by  capturing  La  Charlemagne, 
privateer,  1814  ;  retired  Commauder,  1844  ;  assumed  the  name  of 
Sellon,  1847  ;  died  1860. 

Edward  Smith,  aged  6,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  attorney,  of  St. 
Pauls  Churchyard. 

Removed  to  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  whence  he  went  to  St.  John's 
College,  Oxford,  in  1810  ;  B.A.  1814;  M.A.  1819;  Vicar  of  Norwood, 
Middlesex,  1838. 

„    25,     John  Williams,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  bookseller,  of  Fleet 
Street. 
John  Gould  Heath,  aged  12,  son  of  John  H.,  Chippenham, 

Wilts. 

Died  while  on  service  with  the  Militia  about  1810. 


218  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1799 

Admitted. 

Jan.  25.     Christopher  Heath,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  Chippenham, 
Wilts. 
Solicitor ;  died  1864. 

Feb.     6.     George  Piper,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  P.,  coal  merchant,  of 

Portpoole  Lane,  Holborne. 
Mar.     1.     Henry    Gay,    aged    7,    son    of    John    G.,    apothecary,   of 
Lambeth. 
„    19.     Charles  Burls,  aged  11,  son  of  William  B.,  warehouseman, 
of  Winchester  Street. 
George  John  Phillips,  aged  8,  son  of  John  P. 
Edward  Austin  Phillips,  aged  10,  son  of  Job  P.,  artist,  of 
Well  Yard,  Little  Britain. 
,,    21.     John    Sharrer,  aged    11,   son    of  Rev.   John    S.,  vicar   of 

Canwick,  Lincolnshire. 
.„    80.     Manning  Sewell,  aged  12,  son  of  Samuel  S.,  victualler,  of 
Market  Street. 
Edward  Sewell,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  S.,  victualler,  of 
Market  Street. 

Mr.  Robert  Thatcher,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
John  Wild,  Captain. 

Adiiiittcd  June  30,   1789. 

Apr.  28.     James    Atkinson,    aged    12,    son    of    James    A.,   gent,    of 

Aldersgate  Street. 
May     9.     Henry   Brown,  aged   10,  son  of  Hem-y   B.,  of  Old  Fish 

Street. 
„    21.     Daniel   Owen  Emerton,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  E.,   of 

Southwark. 
Warren  Elville  Knowles,  aged  8,  son  of  James  K.,  esquire, 

of  Lambeth  Terrace. 
Jiine    8.     John  Fortescue  Tmpey,  aged  10,  son  of  William  I.,  drug 

broker,  of  Bow  Lane. 
July     6.     Thomas    Cowper   Hincks,    aged    11,   son    of  Thomas   H, 

esquire,  Charlton,  Chester. 

Captain,  1804-6  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Brasennse  College,  Oxford, 
June  13,  1805  ;  B.A.  (2nd  Class  Classics),  1809  ;  M.A.  1812. 

John    Hincks,    aged    10,    son    of    Thomas    H.,   esquire, 

Charlton,  Chester. 
Moses  Poole,  aged  9,  son  of  James  P.,  gent,  of  Bear  Y'ard, 

Lincolns  Inn  Fields. 
„    15.     Charles  Arnold,  aged  8,  an  orphan. 
„    18.     Charles  Thompson,  aged  9,  son  of  William  T.,  oilman,  of 

Crown  Street,  St.  Leonards,  Shoreditch. 
„     27.     John  Sparkhall,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  S.,  dentist,  of  Downes 

Street,  Piccadilly. 
„    29.     Josepli  Fanner,  aged  12,  son  of  Joseph  F.,  flour  factor,  of 

Upper  Thames  Street. 


1799]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  219 

Admitlcd. 

Aug.  13.     John  WooUam,  aged  10,  sou  of  Charles  W.,  of  Ely  Place. 
„    15.     Thomas  Mascer,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  baker,  of  the 

Old  Bailey. 
„    17.     Henry  Soames,  aged  14,  son  of  Nathaniel  S.,  shoe  maker, 
of  Ludgate  Street. 

"Wadham  College,  Oxon  ;  B.A.  1807  ;  M.A.  1810  ;  Assistant  to  the 
High  Master,  St.  Paul's  School,  1809-14  ;  Vicar  of  Stapleford  Tawiiey, 
Essex,  1839  ;  Kural  Dean  ;  Chancellor  of  St.  Paul's  Cathedral,  1842  ; 
Bampton  Lecturer,  1830  ;  died  1860.  Author  oi  An  Enquiry  into  the 
Doctrines  of  the  Anglo-Saxon  Church  (BamiJton  Lectures),  1830,  and 
The  Anglo-Saxon  Chtirch,  1835. 

,,    24.     Charles  Harper,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  goldsmith,  of 

Fleet  Street. 
„    26.     Henry  Joseph  Blatch,  aged  9,  son  of  Widow  B.,  of  John- 
sons Court,  Fleet  Street. 
Sept.  19.     John  Moon,  aged  10,  son  of  Christopher  M.,  watchmaker, 

of  Holborn. 
Oct.   10.     Benjamin   Ashman    Crosly    (Crossley),    aged    11,    son    of 

James  C,  Cambridge. 
„    11.     George  Davise,  aged  9,  son  of  Mary  D.,  of  Craven  Buildings, 

Strand. 
Nov.  20.     James  Head,  aged  8,  son  of  James  H.,  coal  merchant,  of 

Fetter  Lane. 
„    26.     Nathaniel  Edmonds,  aged  9,  son  of  Luther  E.,  attorney,  of 

Crane  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
„    28.     Joseph    Davies,   aged    11,  fatherless,  at   Mr.    Davies,   Ely 

Place,  attorney. 

1800 

Jan.  21.     Edward    Griffith,    aged    10,    son    of    William    G.,    gent, 
Stanwell. 

Left  in  the  Vlth  in  1806,  and  entered  as  a  Clerk  in  the  Common 
Pleas  Office  ;  Solicitor  ;  one  of  the  Masters  of  H.M.  Court  of  Common 
Pleas  ;  F.R>6.  ;  F.S.A.  ;  F.L.S.  ;  F.Z.S.  ;  and  one  of  the  founders  of 
the  Zoological  Society  ;  Corresponding  Member  of  the  Academy  of 
Natural  Sciences,  Philadelphia,  U.S.  ;  died  1858.  Author  of  The 
Animal  Kingdom  (based  on  Lc  licgne  Animal  of  Cuvicr),  15  Vols. 
(Whitaker),  1832  ;  also  works  on  Legal  Antiquities. 

Edward  Hornby  Brooke,  aged  10,  son  of  James  B.,  haber- 
dasher, of  Bread  Street,  Cheapside. 

Richard  James  Gilpin,  aged  9,  son  of  Matthias  G.,  special 
pleader,  of  Ludgate  Hill. 
„    27.     Charles  Johnson,  aged  9,  son  of  John  J.,  of  Wood  Street. 

Jonathan  Frederick  Pollock,  aged  16,  son  of  Thomas  P., 
Sadler,  of  Charing  Cross. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1804-9  ;  B.A. 
(Senior  Wrangler),  and  Smith's  Prizeman,  1806  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  ; 
M.A.  1809  ;  called  to  the  Bar  of  Middle  Temple,  1807  ;  Commi.ssary 
of  the  University  of  Cambridge,  1824  ;  King's  Counsel,  1827  ;  il.P. 
for  Huntingdon,"  1831  ;  Attorney-General,  1834  ;  knighted,  1834  ; 
again  Attorney-General,  1841  :  Lord  Chief  Baron  of  the  Exchequer, 
1844-1866  ;  died  1870.  Chairman  of  the  Old  Pauline  Dinner  on  its 
revival  in  1864. 


220  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1800 

Admitted. 

Feb.     3.     Charles  James  Abraham,  aj^ed  10,  son  of  John  A.,  linen 

draper,  of  High  Street,  Bloomsbury. 
„      4.     James    Howell,  aged    12,   son   of  Joseph   H.,  builder,   of 

Bartletts  Court  Buildings,  Holborne. 
,,      6.     Richard  Ehn,  aged  11,  son  of  George  E.,  furrier,  of  Dean 

Street,  Fetter  Lane. 
„      8.     James  Gordon  Duff,  aged  12,  son  of  James  D.,  merchant, 

of  Finsbury  Square. 
„    28.     James    Robert    Houghton,   aged    10,    son   of    James   H., 

victualler,  of  Long  Lane. 
Mar.     4.     Edward  Charles  Bracebridge,  aged  10,  son  of  Edward  B., 

watchmaker,  of  Clerkenwell. 
„       5.     Frederick  Booth,  aged  9,  son  of  John  B.,  printer,  of  Snow 

Hill. 
„     10.     John  Carter,  aged  10,  son  of  James  C,  wine  merchant,  of 

Barbican. 
„    24.     Moy  Thomas,  aged  13,  son  of  Moy  T.,  attorney,  of  Bear- 
binder  Lane. 
Solicitor;  Vestry-Clerk  of  St.  Mary  Wolnotli ;  died  1844.     Author 

of  The  Law  of  Bills  of  Exchange,  1814. 

Apr.  23.     Henry   Brayley  Wedlake,   aged    9,  son   of   Henry  W.,  of 
St.  James's,  Clerkenwell. 

Mr.  Edmund  Green,  Surveyor- Accountant, 
William  Sharpe,  Captain. 

Admitted  October  29,  1793. 

May    5.      Charles  Molloy,  aged  12,  son  of  Richard  M.,  merchant,  of 
Lambeth  Marsh. 
Francis  Linch  Humphries,  aged  8,  son  of  John  H.,  carpenter, 

of  Lower  Marsh. 
William  Leach,  aged  12,  son  of  Timothy  L.,  baize  factor, 
of  Corbet  Court,  Gracechurch  Street. 
„     20.     Robert  Prowett,  aged   12,  son  of  John  P.,  grocer,  of  Black 
Fryers  Road. 
James  Prowett,  aged  10,  son  of  John  P.,  grocer,  of  Black 
Fryers  Road. 
Juue  19.     Charles  Diggle,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  Wadham  D.,  rector  of 
Esher,  Surry. 

Ensign,  52nd  Foot,  1804;  Lieut.  1805;  Captain,  1810;  Major, 
1815  ;  Lt.-Colonel,  1837  ;  Captain  of  Cadets,  Royal  Military  College, 
Sandhurst,  1820  ;  Major-General,  1855.  Pensioned  for  wounds  received 
as  Capt.  of  52nd  Regt.  ;  died  1862. 

„     30.     James  Bain,  aged  6,  son  of  James  B.,  bookseller.  Mitre 
Court,  St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 
July    7.     Richard    Wheeler   Crowdy,   aged    13,    son    of   James  C, 
attorney,  Highworth,  Wilts. 

Left  about  1804;  Solicitor;  practised  at  Faringdon,  Berks;  three 
times  Under  Sheriff  of  Berks  (in  1832,  when  the  magistrates  of  Bristol 
were  tried  before  a  Berkshire  Jury)  ;  died  1866. 


i8oo]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  221 

Admitted. 

July  22.     William   Thomas   Simmons,  aged    11,  son  of   Francis  S., 

painter.  Bell  Yard,  Temple  Barr. 
„     23.     William  Cozens,  aged  11,  son  of  William  C,  of  Southwark. 
„     2-i.     Robert   Stacey  Price,  aged   8,   son  of   Robert   P.,  of  St, 

Mildreds,  Bread  Street. 
„     26.     Henry  Jones,  aged  12,  son  of  John  J.,  attorney,  Macliynlleth, 

Montgomery. 
Aug.    4.     Tliomas  Marshall,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  wholesale 

linen  draper,  of  Bucklersbury. 
„       5.     Richard  James  Baxter,  aged  9,  son  of  John  B.,  coffeehouse 

keeper,  of  Drury  Lane. 
„       7.     William  Lyley,  aged  8,  son  of  widow   L.,   Surry  Street, 

Black  fryers  Road. 
„     16.     John  Henry  Thomas,  aged  11,  son  of  Moy  T.,  attorney,  of 

Bearbinder  Lane. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1803  ;  Trinity  College,  Oxford  (but  he  never 
drew  his  Exhibition)  ;  Barrister-at-Law  ;  became  of  unsound  mind  and 
disappeared  mj'steriously,  1834  ;  and  was  never  heard  of  again.  Author 
of  Coke  upon  Littleton  with  notes,  3  vols.  1818,  and  Coke's  Reports, 
6  vols.  1826. 

Oct.    4.      Joshua  Paul  Wanless,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  haberdasher, 
of  Fore  Street. 
„       6.     John  Hugh  Jones,  aged  8,  son  of  John  J.,  gent,  of  Ludgate 
Hill. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1811,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 
„     15.     Francis    Gerard    Tabert,    aged    10,    son    of  Benjamin   T., 
printseller,  of  Dorrington  Street,  Cold  Bath  Fields 
Nov.     7.     Richardson  Harrison,  aged  12. 
„     19.     Thomas  Henry  Johnson,  aged   11,  son  of  Thomas  J.,  hair 

dresser,  of  Great  Bell  Alley,  Coleman  Street. 
„     24.     Richard   Harris  Barham,   aged   11,  son  of  Elizabeth  Fox, 
Canterbury. 

Captain  1806-8,  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Brasenose  College,  Oxford  ; 
B.A.  1811.  Minor  Canon,  Cardinal,  and  Divinity  Lecturer  of  St. 
Paul's  Cathedral  ;  Eector  of  St.  Augustine's  with  St.  Eaith  ;  of  St.  Mary 
Magdalen  with  St.  Gregory  ;  died  1846.  Author  of  the  Ingoldshy 
Legends.  His  life  was  published  by  his  son  K.  H.  D.  B. ,  see  Admissions, 
October  25,  1823. 

Dec.     9.     William  Henry  Utlay,  aged  12,  son  of  John  U.,  apothecary, 

Snaith,  in  the  West  Riding  of  Yorkshire. 
James  Leonard  Hoe,  aged  7,  son  of  James  H.,  linen  draper, 

of  Cheapside. 
Thomas  Stratford,  aged   12,  son  of  Richard   S.,  gent,  of 

Gowers  Walk,  "White  Chapel. 
„     15.     John  Dupuis  Page,  aged  9,  son  of  John  P.,  vicar  choral  of 

St.  Pauls  Cathedral. 
Thomas  Hammond  Fiske,  aged   12,  son  of  Jonathan   F., 

bookseller,  of  "Wigmore  Street,  Cavendish  Square. 


222  SCHOLAES  OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1801 


1801 

Admi'tted. 

Jan.     3.     Welbore  Ellis,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  E.,  esquire,  of  the 
Palatine  House,  Newington. 
„     10.     Philip  Johnson  Hurlock,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  surgeon, 
of  St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 

Surgeon. 

Joseph  Hurlock,  aged  12,  son  of  Joseph   H.,   surgeon,   of 
St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 

Wadham  College,  Oxford,  B.A.  1811  (2nd  Class  Classics);  M.A.  1813  ; 
B.M.  1814;  D.M.  1817.  Chaplain  to  Sussex  County  Hospital, 
Brighton. 

John  William  Stirling,  aged   10,  son  of  John  S.,  watch- 
maker, of  Blue  Coat  Buildings,  Christ  Hospital. 

13.     Kichard  Norton,   aged   11,  son  of  the  late  James  N.,  of 
New  Bridge  Stieet. 

17.     Gavin  Allan,  aged  8,  son  of  John  A.,  stationer,  of  Nicholas 
Lane,  Lombard  Street. 

21.     Philip  Mayhew,  aged  11,  son  of  Augustin  John  M.,  attorney, 
of  Garden  Court,  Lincolns  Inn. 

23.     John  Nixon,  aged  12,  son  of  John  N.,  silversmith,  Charles 
Street,  Hatton  Garden. 

31.     Samuel  Woolley,  aged   11,  son  of  John  W.,  of  the  East 
India  House. 

Feb.     6.     John  James  Cory,  aged  10,  son  of  John  C,  wine  merchant, 
of  Queen  Street. 

Captain,  1808-9.  Pauline  (afterwards  Campden)  Exhibitioner,  Trinity 
College,  Camliridge.  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1810 — 1816  ;  B.A.  (Junior 
Op.)  1813  ;  M.A.  1816  ;  S.T.B.  18-23.  Elected  Fellow  of  Sidney  Sussex 
College,  1817,  on  the  nomination  of  the  Fishmongers'  Company,  resigned 
1831  ;  presented  to  the  Vicarage  of  Aylsham,  1833,  died  August 
1834. 

„       7.     Robert  Surman,  aged  9,  son  of  Widow  S.,  of  the  Parish  of 

Hackney. 
„     17.     Gilbert  Dea,  aged  10,   son  of  Gilbert  D.,  of  Brunswick 
Street,  Christchurch,  Surry. 
Daniel  Aiis,  aged   10,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  of  Cold  Bath 
Fields. 
Mar.  18.     John  Bell  Cole,  aged  12,  son  of  John  C,  of  the  Printing 
Office. 
Charles  Langmore,  aged   12,  son  of  William  L.,  esquire,  of 
Hackney. 

Solicitor,  practised  in  London,  died  1821,  aged  32. 
William  Lamboll  Bryant,  aged  10,  son  of  William  B.,  of 
Ludgate  Street. 
„     20.     John  Hallward  (Halward),  aged  11,  son  of  John  H.,  clerk, 
Assington,  near  Boxford,  Suffolk. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1807  ;  Worcester  College,  Oxon,  Scliolar,  1806; 
B.A.  1811  ;  M.A.  1814  ;  Fellow,  1812—1819;  Rector  of  Swepstoue, 
Leicestershire  ;  deceased  as  Fellow    1819-20. 

April   4.     Francis  Edward  Cawne,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  C,  Mercers' 
Hall. 


i8oi]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  223 

Admilkd. 

Apr.  11.     John  Charles  Williams,  aged  11,  son  of  Lloyd  W.,  clerk, 
Whitchurch,  in  the  connty  of  Southampton. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1809  ;  Worcester  College,  Oxford,  1808  ;  B.A. 
1812  ;  M.A.  1815. 

Robert  Bishop  Peppin,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  P.,  of  Cornhill. 
John    Fleming  Sf.  John,  aged  11,  son  of   John    Francis 

Seymour,  clerk,  Worcester. 
Robert  Warrand,  aged  11,  son  of  Alexander  W.,  of  Arundel 

Street. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1800-1  : — 
Thomas  Elton  Miller,  left  in  1801. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  (Senior  Op.)  1805  ;   M.A.  1809. 
John  Kirkman  Miller,  left  in  1803. 

Son  of  Peter  M.,  of  Bockleton,  Worcester  ;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1805-10  ;  Scholar,  1805  ;  B.A.  (8th 
Wrangler),  1807.  Sir  William  Brown's  medallist,  1805,  1806  ; 
Chancellor's  Medallist,  1807  ;  M.A.  1810;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1808-20  ; 
Vicar  of  Walkeringham,  Notts,  1819. 

John  Miller,  left  in  1804. 

Worcester  College,  Oxford,  Scholar,  1806  ;  B.  A.  (First  Class  Classics) 
1808  ;  Latin  Essay  Prize,  1810  ;  Fellow  of  Worcester,  1810-23  ; 
M.A.  1811;  Tutor;  Bampton  Lecturer",  1817;  Vicar  of  Bockleton, 
Worcester;  died  1864. 

Mr.  Robert  Johnson,  Survey  or- Accountant. 
William  Sharpe,  Captain. 

Adviilted  October  29,  1793. 

Apr.  30.     James  Harper,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  goldsmith,  of 

Fleet  Street. 
May     4.     Thomas  Bewick  Beach,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  coojoer, 
of  New  Street. 
„    15.     William   White   Moore,   aged    11,   son   of  Isaac   M.,  hat 

merchant,  of  Goswell  Street. 
„    28.     Richard  Nock,  aged  7,  son  of  Richard  N.,  gun  maker,  of 
Fleet  Street. 
July  20.     Robert  Hurle,  aged  4,  son  of  Anna  H.,  of  Pentonville. 

Zachariah  Edbury  Prall,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  of 

Blossoms  Inn,  Laurence  Lane. 
George  Marriott  Woodhouse,  aged  9,  son  of  Mrs.  W.,  widow, 

late  of  Breams  Buildings,  Chancery  Lane. 
John  Wilson,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  William  W.,  Shefford 
Magna,  Berks. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1806  ;  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  May  15,  1806  ; 
First  Class  Classics,  1809;  B.A.  1810;  M.A.  1814  ;  Scholar  and  Fellow 
of  Trinity;  B.D.  1826;  Tutor;  elected  President  of  Trinity,  1850; 
F.S.A.  ;  resigned  1866  ;  died  July  8,  1873. 

George  Edge,  aged  8,  son  of  George  E.,  schoolmaster,  of 
Gloucester,  White  Chapel  Road. 


224  SCHOLAES  OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1801 

Admitted. 

July  27.     Matthew  Concanen,  aged  8,  son  of  Matthew  C,  attorney, 

of  Coleman  Street. 
Sept.  10.     William  Frederick  Wiltshire,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard  W., 

gent,  of  Hatton  Street. 
Oct.   14.     Henry  Remington  Harris,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  druggist, 

of  St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 

Died  on  February  25,  1803. 

„    19.     James  Preist,  aged  9,  son  of  James  P.,  notary  public,  of 

Little  Britain. 
„    26.     William  Dimes,  aged  10,  son  of  William  D.,  gentleman,  of 

Parker  Row,  Dock  Head. 
„    27.     Timothy  Butler,  aged  10,  an  orphan,  Mr.  Franks,  No.  4, 

Smith  Street,  Westminster. 
„    28.     Nathaniel  Morgan,  aged  10,  son  of  Moses  M.,  of  London 

Road,  St.  Georges  Fields. 
„    31.     Charles  Tomlins  Whitfield,  aged  12,  son  of  Robert  W., 

surgeon,  of  Beaufort  Buildings,  Strand. 
Nov.     2,     Samuel  Jones,  aged  12,  son  of  John  J.,  coal  merchant,  of 

Black  Fryers  Road. 
John  Walker,   aged   11,  son  of  John  W.,   bookseller,   of 

Paternoster  Row. 
Dec,  16.     Francis  Thomas  Donne,  aged  11,  son  of  Francis  Thomas  D., 

gent,  Epping. 

1802 

Jan.     2.     Francis  William  Pike,  aged  13,  son  of  John  P.,  fan  manu- 
facturer, of  King  Street,  Bloomsbury. 
„      9.     Charles  Cockney,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  C,  gent,  of  Staples 
Inn. 
Charles  King,  aged  13,  son  of  Rev.  John   K.,  rector  of 
Witnesham,  Suffolk. 

Probably  C.  K.  of  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1809. 
Matthew   Godmond    Sarjeant,    aged  11,   son  of    the  late 
Matthew  S.,  timber  znerchant.  White  Friars  Dock. 

Queen's  College,  Oxford,  admitted  October  21,  1808  ;  B.A.  1824  ; 
Third  Class  Classics. 

„    25.     Edmund  Mills,  aged  10,  son  of  Edmund  M.,  late  of  Stanton 
St.  Bernard,  Wilts. 
Thomas  Marshall,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  M.,of  St.  Stephens, 
Walbrooke. 
„    29.     Henry  John  Rush,  aged  13,  son  of  the  late  Roger  R.,  gent, 
of  St.  Martin- in-the- Fields. 

Worcester  College,  Oxford,  1808;  B.A.  1812;  M.A.  1817;  Rector 
of  HoUington,  Sussex. 

John  Roger  Rush,  aged    10,  son  of  the    late    Roger  R., 
gent,  of  St.  Martin-in-the-Fields. 
Feb.     3.     George  Sime,  aged  12,  son  of  Hugh  S.,  surgeon,  of  Lambeth 
Road. 


i8o2]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  225 

Admitted. 

Feb.     3.     Matthew  Richard  Chessall,  aged  14,  son  of  Matthew  C, 
attorney,  of  Essex  Street,  Strand. 
„    13.     Joseph  Woolley,  aged  11,  son  of  John  and  Eliza  W, 
„    15.     Henry  Hawkins,  aged    10,  son   of   the  late   William   H., 

oilshop,  Wigniore  Street. 
„    20.     John    Chambers,  aged  10,   son    of  John    C,   of  Watling 

Street. 
„    27.     John  William  Penterick,  aged  12,  son  of  William  P.,  gent, 
of  Staples  Inn. 
Mar.  13.     Thomas  Richards,  aged  11,  son  of  James  R.,  farmer,  Aller, 
near  Langport,  Somerset. 

Pauline    Exhibitioner,    1809  ;     Emmanuel    College,    Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  (St.  John's  College,  Cambridge),  1813. 

William  Swinton,  aged  11,  son  of  Anthony  S.,  apothecary, 
of  Salisbury  Square,  Fleet  Street. 
„    22.     Charles  Hinde,  aged  8,  son  of  Charles  H.,  gent,  of  Bowling 

Green  Lane,  Clerkenwell. 
„    25.     John  Maxwell,  aged  8,  son  of  John  William  M. 
Apr.  10.     George  Welchen,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  W,,  attorney,  of 
St.  Mary,  Islington,  now  of  Furnivals  Inn. 
„    14.     James  Dowling,  aged  12,  son  of  Vincent  D.,  bookseller,  of 
Lincolns  Inn  Fields. 
Richard  Godfrey,  aged   12,  son  of  Richard  G.,  gent.,  of 
Lambeth. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1801—2 : — 
John  Charles  Partridge,  left  1805—6. 

Mr.  Henry  Westcar,  Surveyor- Accountant. 
Thomas  Parker,  Captcdn. 

Admitted  July  12,  1795. 

May  28.     Noah  Henry  Robley,  aged  11,  son  of  Noah  R.,  of  Covent 

Garden. 
June  23.     William  Warner,  aged  6,  son  of  William  W.,  apothecary,  of 

St.  Giles's,  Cripplegate. 
July  23.     George  Rayden,  aged  11,  son  of  John  R.,  sexton,  of  Red 
Lion  Street,  White  Chapel. 
„    28.     William   Stiles   Weston,   aged   12,  son   of  Ambrose   W,, 
solicitor,  of  Fenchurch  Street. 
Thomas  David  Parry,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  gent,  of 

Southampton  Street. 
John  EUis,  aged   10,  son  of  George  E.,  attorney,  of  John 

Street,  Blackfryers. 
Thomas  Ellis,  aged  10,  son  of  George  E.,  attorney,  of  John 

Street,  Blackfryers. 
Edward  Scargill,  aged   11,  son  of  Edward  S.,  jeweller,  of 
Coppice  Row,  Clerkenwell, 


22G  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1802 

Admitted. 

Aug.    3.     William  Joseph  Little,  aged  12,  son  of  John  L.,  gent,  of 
Crutched  Fryers. 
„    12.     William  Jardine  Purchas,  aged   11,  son   of  John  P.,  gent, 

near  Cambridge. 
„    1.3.     Charles   Denziloe,  aged    11,   son   of  John    D.,  goldsmith, 

Aldersgate  Street. 
„    21.     Robert  Dorset  Neale,  aged  6,  son  of  Robert  N.,  attorney, 
of  Cliffords  Inn. 
Sept.  13.     Jolm  Bellamy  Bowes  Luxford,  aged  10,  son  of  John- L., 

printer,  of  Salisbury. 
Oct.  20.     Richard   Rowland  Faulkner,  aged  11,  son  of  William  F., 

clerk,  of  Kirby  Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
Nov.    6.     Edmund   Slingsby  Sturmy,  aged   10,   son    of    George  S., 
stationer,  of  Aldersgate  Street. 
,,    10.     Harry  Hodson,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  H.,  printer,  of  Cross 
Street,  Hatton  Garden. 


1803 

Jan.      5.     John  Robert  Payne,  aged  11,  son  of  Widow  P.,  of  Hyde 
Street,  Bloomsbury. 
„      G.     Joseph  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  William  S.,  of  the  Post  Office. 
„      8.     William  Freer,  aged  11,  son  of  William  F.,  baker,  of  George 
Street,  Black  Fryers. 
Thomas  Freer,  aged  8,  son  of  William  F.,  baker,  of  George 
Street,  Black  Fryers. 
„    19.     George    Joseph    Hossack,    aged    10,   son  of   John   H.,  of 

St.  Margarets,  Westminster. 
,,    22.     James  Thomas  Mutlow  Hodges,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  H., 
of  the  Custom  House. 
Mar.    3.     William  Robert  Tymms,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  T.,  printer, 
of  Great  Sutton  Street,  Clerkenwell. 
Charles  Parker,  aged  8,  son  of  Reginald  P.,  of  Lambeth. 
John  Giblett,  aged  12,  son  of  Robert  G.,  upholder,  of  David 

Street,  Berkley  Square. 
John  Butler  Sanders,  aged  11,  son  of  Rev.  John  S.,  of 
Wilderness  Row. 

Ti'inity     College,     Cambridge  ;     Perry     Exhibitioner,      1813-16  ; 
B.A.  1816. 

„    8.     John  Urquarhart,  aged   10,  son  of  John  U.,  gent,  of  East 

India  House. 
Charles  York,  aged  13,  son  of  William  Y.,  of  New  Ormond 

Street,  Queens  Square. 
„     19.     William   Hance,  aged  9,  son   of  Thomas   H.,   at  No.  13, 

Savage  Gardens. 
„    22.     Robert   John    Chippendall,  aged   11,  son  of   William   C, 

attorney,  of  Great  Queen  Street,  Lineolns  Inn  Fields. 
IMar.  25.     George   Hector  Epaminondas   Elworthy,   aged   11,  son  of 

John  E.,  clerk,  of  Bushes  Row,  City  Road. 


i8o3]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  227 

Admitted. 

Mar.  25.     Henry  Alfred   Elworthy,  aged   9,  son  of  John  E.,  clerk,  of 

Bushes  Row,  City  Road. 
Apr.  15.     Robert  Davies,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  D.,  surgeon,  of  Shoe 

Lane,  Holborn. 
,,    19.     George  Marshall,  aged  9,  son  of  Dorothy  M.,  widow,  of  Wood 

Street,  Cheapsid"e. 

Mr.  William  Edward  Ward,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
Thomas  Cowper  Hincks,  Captain. 

Admitted  Juhj  6,  1799. 

May    5.     Thomas   Peppin,    aged   9,   son   of  the   late   Samuel   and 

Elizabeth  P.,  coal  dealer,  of  Suffolk  Lane. 
„      6.     Samuel  Penton  Udall,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  U.,  watch- 
maker, of  Great  New  Street,  Shoe  Lane. 
George  Stobbs,  aged  12,  son  of  Roger  S.,  haberdasher,  of 

Wardrobe  Court,  Doctors  Commons. 
„      7.     Thomas  Davies,  aged  8,  son  of  Nathaniel  D.,  solicitor,  of 

Lothbury. 
Thomas  Egerton  Brjiant,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  trunk 

maker,  of  Ludgate  Hill. 
„    11.     John  Legay,  aged  8,  son  of  John  L.,  accomptant,  of  Bald- 

wyns  Court,  Cloak  Lane. 
„    16.     Frederick  Voller,  aged  15,  son  of  Thomas  V.,  tobacconist, 

of  St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 
„    23.     George  Frederick  Whiteman,  aged  8,  son  of  George  W., 

printer,  of  George  Street,  Battle  Bridge. 
„    27.     Robert  William  Barber,  aged  10,  son  of  William  B.,  an 

elder  at  East  India  Company's  Warehouse,  of  Hoxton. 
July     1.     Henry  Duncan,  aged    9,   son  of  John  D.,   gent,  of  Erie 

Street,  Blackfryers. 
„    20.     James  Francis 'Fisher  Parker,  aged  12,  son  of  John  P.,  wine 

cooper,  of  Charlotte  Street,  White  Chapel. 
„    28.     John  Charles  Burrow,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  gent,  of 

Hoxton, 
Aug.  10.     Frederick  Thomas  Walsh,  aged  8,  son  of  Frederick  Thomas 

W.,  gent,  of  the  Post  Office. 

Bo3's  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1803—4  : — 

Charles  Baseley,  left  1805-6. 
John  Rennie,  left  1804-5. 

Is  this  a  mistake  for  George,  son  of  John  Eennie,  the  ceh^brated 
engineer,  who  is  said  to  have  been  educated  at  St.  Paul's  School  ?  his 
younger  brother  (afterwards  Sir  John  II.),  was  not  at  St.  Paul's  School. 
George  Rennie  was  also  a  diitinguislied  engineer,  much  employed  by 
the  Russian  Government ;  F.R.S.  18'2-2  ;  died  1866. 

John  William  Beeswank,  left  1804—5. 
William  Buckland,  left  1804-5. 

Q  2 


228  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1804 

1804 

Mr.  William  Lane,  Survcyor-AccG'untant. 
Thomas  Cowper  Hincks,  Captain. 

Admitted  July  6,   1799. 
Admitted. 

June  28.     John  Marshall,   aged  12,  son   of  John  M.,  bookseller,   of 

Aldermary  Churchyard. 
July  21.     John   Livingstone,  aged   11,  son  of  John  L.,   printer,    of 
Fetter  Lane. 
John   Rider,  aged  10,  son  of  John  E..   {deceased),  printer, 
Little  Britain. 
„    31 .     Francis  Yates,  aged  7,  son  of  Francis  Y. ,  farmer,  Barrow,  Salop. 
William  Kynaston,  aged   13,  son    of  John  K.,  hosier,    of 
Newgate  Street. 
See  October  4,  1804 

Henry  Goode,  aged  11,  son  of  Revd.  William  G.,  of  St. 
Andrews  Hill,  Blackfriars. 

Eleazar  AUwood,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  carver  and 
gilder,  of  New  Church,  in  the  Strand. 

John  Ebenezer  Allwood,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  carver 
and  gilder,  of  New  Church,  in  the  Strand. 

Charles  Julius  Roberts,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  R.,  floor- 
cloth manufacturer,  of  Fleet  Market. 

Studied  medicine  London  and  Edinburgh  ;  M.D.  1820  ;  L.R.C.P. 
London,  1821  ;  F.R.C.P.  ;  practised  in  London  ;  F.R.S.  ;  died  1851  ; 
Author  of  Hints  on  the  Domestic  Management  of  Children. 

Henry  Fountain,  aged  10,  son  of  Henry  F.,  salesman,  of 

Newgate  Market. 
Benjamin  Keen,  aged  9,  son  of  Anna  Maria  K.,  widow. 

Captain,  1809-11  ;  Camjiden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1813-15  ;  B.A.  1816. 

Aug.  11.     Moses  Allen,  aged  13,  son  of  Joseph  A.,  farmer,  late  of 

Hagbourn,  Berks. 
William  Henry  Piper  Midhurst,  aged  11,  son  of  William 

Henry  M.,  of  St.  Clements  Danes. 
James  Cooper,  aged  10. 

Appears  as  Captain  in  the  Entrance  Register,  1812-13  ;  Campden 
Exhibitioner.  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1816-20; 
B.A.  (First  Senior  Op.)  1817  ;  M.A.  1820  ;  Usher,  St.  Paul's  School, 
1824  ;  appointed  to  teach  Mathematics,  September  17,  1835  ;  Third 
Master,  1838;  resigned  1861  ;  died  1875. 

George  Bryan,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  printer,  of  Grocers 

Alley,  Poultry. 
Thomas  Glover  Kensit,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  K.,  gent,  of 

Skinners  Hall. 

Solicitor  ;  Clerk  to  the  Skinners  Company  for  fifty  years ;  still 
living  (1883). 

John  Forster,  aged  11,  son  of  Andrew  F.,  of  Lambeth. 
Edward  Forster,  aged  13,  son  of  Andrew  F.,  of  Lambeth. 
Aug.  11.     Jolm   Scargill,   aged   11,   son  of  John  S.,  of  St.  James's, 
Westminster. 

Solicitor  ;  died  cirm  1872. 


i8o4]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  229 

Admitted. 

Aug.  11.     James  Phillips,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard    P.,  lighterman, 

Hungerford. 
Oct.     4,     John  Corrie   Hudson,   aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  of  the 

Stamp  Office. 

Entered  tlie  Legacy  Department,  Somerset  House  ;  died  about  1879. 

William  Kynaston;  aged   13,   son  of  John  K.,  hosier,    of 
Newgate  Street. 
See  July  31,  1804. 

„       5.     David  Henry  Flack,   aged   11,  son  of  Henry  F.,  school- 
master, of  Broad  Street,  St.  James's. 

„      6.     Thomas  Stroud,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  haberdasher,  of 
Ludgate  Street. 
Charles   George  Dixon,  aged   9,  son  of  George  D.,  of  St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields. 

„    23.     Daniel  Spencer  Mason,  aged  11,  son  of  the  late  Spencer  M., 
baker,  Old  Street  Square. 
Dec.  22,     Robert  Rowley,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  R.,  surgeon,  of  High 
Street,  Borough. 


1805 

Jan.  20.     Joseph    Bensley,  aged   10,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  printer,  of 
Bolt  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
John  Burton,  aged  11,  son  of  John  B.,  Wells,  Norfolk. 
William  Henry  Lingard,  aged  8,  son  of  John  L.,  umbrella 

maker,  of  Cheapside. 
John    James    Hood    Lingard,   aged   12,   son    of  John  L., 

umbrella  maker,  of  Cheapside. 
William  Henry  Beaurain,  aged  12,  son  of  William  Henry 
B.,  of  St.  Botolphs,  Bishopsgate. 
„    24.     Adolphus    Pugh    Johnson,    aged   11,    son   of  Robert    J., 
esquire,  of  Gower  Street. 

Subsequently  Surveyor- Accountant  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1837. 
John  Vesie,  aged  15,  son  of  Edward  V.  (deceased). 
Feb.  11.     James  Obrien  Bourchier,  aged  7,  son  of  John  B.,  Green- 
wich. 
Mar.  14.     Andrew  Mackay,   aged  11,  son  of  Andrew  M.,  LL.D.,  of 
George  Street,  Great  Tower  Hill. 
„    28.     William  Henry  Selward,  aged  9,  son  of  William  S.,  of  Bolt 
Court,  Fleet  Street. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1804-5  : — 
Edward  Forster. 

See  Foundationers,  August  11,  1804. 

Feb.  18.     James  Peto. 

Is  found  in  the  Vllth  Class  in  the  Apposition  List  for  1806  ; 
St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  1808  ;  migrated  to  Trinity  Hall, 
January  28,  1809  ;  LL.B.  1814. 


230  SCHOLAES  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1805 


Mr.  John  Paterson,  Surveyor-Accountant. 
Thomas  Cowper  Hincks,  Captain. 

AdmittcdJuhj  6,  1799. 
Admitted. 

Aug.    8.     Richard  Bentley,  aged  10,  son  of  Edward  B.,  bookseller,  of 
Paternoster  Row. 

Publisher  iu  Ordinary  to  Her  Majesty  ;  died  1871. 

Charles  Wesley,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  W. 

William  Horsley  Rowley,  aged  13,  son  of  Rev.  Dr.  Rowley 

(deceased). 
Samuel  Price,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  P.,  merchant,  late 

of  King  Street,  Cheapside. 
Joshua  Russell,  aged  9,  son  of  Arch.  R.,  attorney,  of  Lant 

Street,  South wark. 
George  James  Abram,  aged  7,  son  of  John  A.,  law  stationer, 

of  Middle  Temi^le. 
„    17.     John    Butt,   aged   10,  son   of   William    B.,   gent,    of   the 

Temple. 
Nov.  16.     Richard  Jones,  aged  10,  son  of  John  J.,  gent,  of  John 

Street,  Black  Fryers. 
Henry  Jones,  aged  9,  son  of  John  J.,  gent,  of  John  Street, 

Black  Fryers. 
Alfred   Beetham,  aged  11,  son   of  Edward  B.,  of  Fleet 

Street. 
„    26.     Samuel  Hawkes,  aged  11. 

Captain,  1813-14  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner, 
1816-21  ;  B.A.  (12th  "Wrangler)  1818  ;  M.A.  1821  ;  Fellow  of  Trinitj-, 
and  Dean  ;  Chaplain  at  Rotterdam  ;  died  at  Antigua,  March  11,  1829, 
aged  35  ;  Monument  in  Trinity  Chapel. 

From  this  point,  till  March  1806,  only  the  names  of  the  boys 
are  entered  in  the  Registers  preserved  at  Mercers'  Hall. 

Nov.  26.     James  Currie,  aged  8. 

William  Douglass,  aged  8. 
„    29.     Edward  Peall,  aged  12. 
Dec.  23.     Joshua  Povah,  aged  9. 

1806 

Jan.   13.     Robert  William  Williams,  aged  13. 

Henry  Huntley  J.  Lediard,  aged  11. 
„    1.5.     Robert  S  my  the,  aged  11. 
„    17.     Alwood  Henry  Smith,  aged  11. 

James  Hawkins  Hughes  Mansfield,  aged  11. 

Gildon  Manton,  aged  16. 
„    18,     George  Beaurain,  aged  11. 
„    23.     Howel  David  Sarel,  aged  12. 

Edmund  Mitchell,  aged  8. 
Feb.     6.     Frederick  John  Taylor,  aged  10. 


i8o6]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  231 

Admitted. 

Feb.     8.     George  Dodsworth,  aged  9. 
„    12.     Edward  James  Mathews,  aged  8. 
„    25.     John  Rigby  Hind,  aged  9. 
March  4.     John  Hamilton  Reynokls,  aged  11. 
„      5.     Daniel  Bulmer  Beal,  aged  12. 
„    13.     John  Burls,  aged  8.* 
„    19.     George  Philip  Simpson,  aged  9. 
William  Grant. 

This  name  is  omitted  in  the  Register  of  this  year ;  he  appears  in 
the  Ilird  class  in  1806,  and  in  all  lists  up  to  1812,  when  he  was  4th  in 
Vlllth  class,  and  proceeded  as  Pauline  Exhibitioner  to  Triuity  College, 
Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1816. 

Boys  admitted  not  on  the  Foundation,  1805— G  : — 

Henry  Smith. 

He  probably  left  before  May  6,  1806,  when  the  Registers  preserved 
in  the  School  Library  begin. 

Here  begins  the  first  volume  of  the  Registers  preserved  in  St.  Paul's 
School  Library  ^ : — 

R.  H.  Barham,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  November  24,  1800. 

May     6.     Anthony   Gordon,    aged    11,    son    of    Anthony    G.,    gent, 
Pimlico. 

Captain,  1811-12  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1813-15;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.),  1815; 
Conduct  Fellow  (Chaplain)  Trinity. 

„    20.     Thomas  Sanders,  aged  11,  son  of  John  Butler  S.,  clergyman, 
Wilderness  Row. 
Edmund  Pink,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  P.,  gent,  Bognor, 

Sussex. 
John   Pink,   aged    7,    son    of   Richard    P.,   gent,   Bognor, 
Sussex. 
June    3.     James  Philip  •Webster,  aged  10,  son  of  John  W.,  gardener, 
Windsor. 
„      6.     Richard  Bremridge,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  B.,  attorney. 

Dyer's  Buildings. 
„    23.     Edward  Savage  Bailey,  aged  11,  son  of  George  B.,  lawyer, 
Holies  Street. 

Left  in  the  Vlllth,  1810;  Attorney  and  Solicitor  to  the  West 
Middlesex  "Water  Works  ;  jiractised  in  Berners  Street  ;  Mendier  of 
Council  of  Incorporated  Law  Society,  1853  ;  A' ice-President,  1864  ; 
President,  1865  ;  died  1870. 

July  26,     Henry  Cooper,  aged  9,  son  of  George  C,  surgeon,  Hadham, 

Herts. 
„    29.     Henry  Bunn,  aged  8,  son  of  • ,  merchant,  Gt.  Surrey 

Street. 
„    81.     James    Sharp,   aged   9,   son    of   William    S.,   pastry  cook, 

Cheapside. 

*  The.'ic   Registers  do   not    contain   the       they  will  be  found  up  to  1876  in  Appen- 
names  of  the  Survevors-Accountant,  but       dix  C. 


232  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1806 

Admitted. 

Aug.    4.     Thomas  Howe,  aged  13,  son  of  ,  attorney,  Winchester 

Place. 
John  Pollock,  aged  14,  son  of ,  sadler,  Charing  Cross, 

Left  about  1811  ;  Registrar  of  the  London  Court  of  Bankruptcy  ; 
died  1873. 

„      7.     George  Washington  Fisher,  aged  7,  son  of  John  F.,  gent, 

Thornhaugh  Street. 
„      8.     Benjamin  Bowtell,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  B.,  collector, 

Pentonville. 
„      9,     Frederick  Leffler,  aged  11,  son  of  James  Henry  L.,  musician, 

Lainbeth. 
Isaac  William  Vale,  aged  11,  son  of  Isaac  V.,  stockbroker, 

Bishopsgate  Street. 
„    11.     David  Scott  Kinlock  Maclaurin  (Maclaurien),  aged  11,  son 

of  James  D.  M.,  physician,  Park  Street. 
John  Cook,  aged  12,  son  of  —  C,  printer.  Fetter  Lane. 
„    15.     Henry  Young,  aged  11,  son  of ,  gent.  Frith  Street, 

Soho. 

„    19.     George  Salmon,  aged  17,  son  of  ,  attorney,  Bath. 

Captain  (May  to  July,  1809),  Clare  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1813  ; 

M.A.  1816. 

Sept.  23.     Nicholas  Ledwich,  aged  10,  son  of  Nicholas  L.,  attorney, 
Baldwins  Court. 
„    27.     Benjamin  Woolley,  aged  12,  son  of  —  W.,  clerk,  India 

House. 
„    30.     George  Spalding,  aged  9,  son  of  Ge.  S.,  gent,  Pentonville. 
William  Spalding,  aged  8,  son  of  Geo.  S.,  gent,  Pentonville. 
*John  Vade,  aged  9,  son  of  ,  druggist,  Cornhill. 

Admitted  on  to  the  Foundation,  May  13,  1808. 

Oct.   21.     Richard  Allen,  aged  11,  son  of  William  A.,  farmer,  Harley, 
Shropshire. 

Pauline   Exhibitioner,    1813,    Trinity   College,    Cambridge ;    Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1816  ;  B.A.  1817. 

„    22.     John  Mark  Williams,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  W.,  surgeon, 
Stockwell. 
Dec.  15.     Charles  Reuben  Ridley,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  R.,  shoe- 
maker, St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 
Frederic  Henry  Ridley,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  R.,  shoe- 
maker, St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 

1807 

Jan.      8.     Richard  Andrews,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  clerk,  Hoxton. 

„    27.     Henry  Hartley  Hicks,  aged  11,  son  of ,  apothecary, 

Hackney. 

*  James   Chandler,    aged    11,    son   of ,   woollendraper, 

St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 

•  From  this  point  Boys  admitted,  not  on       date  up  to  1814,  when  the  admission  of 
the  Foundation,  are  marked  thus  and  in-       non-Foundationers  ceased  entirely, 
serted  in  their  proper  places  according  to 


i8o7]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  233 

Admitted. 

Feb.  12.  *George    Howard,    aged   14,  son    of  ,    coal   merchant, 

Charlotte  Street,  Blackfriars. 
„    16.     John  Saint  Mawe,  aged  10,  sou  of  John  M.,  mineralogist, 
Tavistock  Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1815,  Triuity  College,  Cambridge ;  roiTV 
Exhibitioner,  181i)-19  ;   B.A.  1819. 

Walter  McDowal(l),  aged  10,  son  of  Walter  McD.,  printer, 
Pemberton  Row. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1815,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge; 
Stock  and  Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1815  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1818  ; 
printer  ;    died  1865. 

GuEtavus  Taylor,  aged  13,  son  of ,  attorney,  Feather- 
stone  Buildings. 

Mar.  IG.     Frederick  Philipse  Robinson,  aged  10,  son  of ,  Lieut.- 

CoL,  Pimlico. 

There  is  a  book  in  St.  Paul's  School  Library,  Poems  delivered  at 
St.  Paul's  School  in  1807  bij  F.  P.  R. 

„    22.     Benjamin  Curwen,  aged  8,  son  of  Dan.  C,  lawyer,  Islington. 
Apr.     7.     Joseph  Dowling,  aged  9,  son  of  Vincent  D.,  gent,  Salisbury 
Square. 
„    22.     James  Gubbins  Fowler,  aged  8,  son  of  Thos.  F.,  clerk,  Hoxton. 

R.  H.  Barham,  Cajntaneo.'^ 

Admitted  November-  24,  1800. 

May     G.     Thomas  Hennah,  aged  6,  son  of  Henry  H.,  teaman,  Arundel 
Street. 
„    11.     Alfred  Price,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  P.,  draper,  Old  Chano-e. 
„    13.     Robert   Leighton,    aged   12,    son   of  Thomas   L.,    o-rocer, 
Andersons  Buildings. 
July  21.     Benjamin  Burge,  aged  11,  son  of  John  B.,  gent,  Bath. 

William   Franklin,   aged  8,   son  of  Arthur  F.,  stationer, 
Holborp. 
„    24.     William  Haydon,  aged  10,  son  of  William  H.,  clergyman, 

Pentonville. 
„    27.     Walter  Medhurst,  aged  11,  son  of  William  M.,  innkeeper, 
Ross,  N.B. 

Scrub  (i.e.  bottom  boy)  of  the  Vlllth  Apposition,  1812  ;  eminent  mis- 
sionary in  China  and  Translator  of  the  Scriptures  (note  on  Presentation). 

„    28.     Thomas  Lowe,  aged  12,  son  of  James  L.,  clerk  in  the  India 
House,  Queen  Street. 
James  Lowe,  aged  11,  son  of  James  L.,  clerk  in  the  India 

House,  Queen  Street. 
Alexander  Ross,  aged   14,   son  of  Alexander  R.,   barber 
Bishopsgate  Street. 

Said  to  have  entered  H.E.LC.  service. 

John  Matthews,  aged  13,  son  of  John   M.,  fishmono-er 
Holywell  Street. 

1  He  was  the  fii\st  Captain  who  received       was  continued  annually  to  1876. 
the  grant  of  30  guineas  on  leaving,  which 


234  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1807 

Admitted. 

July  28.     William  Matthews,  aged  11,  son  of  Jolm  M.,  fislimoDger, 
Holywell  Street. 
„    30.     Chax-lton  Lane,  aged  10,  son  of  William  L.,  gent,  Croydon. 

In  the  VI 1 1  til,  1812-16  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College  ; 
migrated  to  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  Exhibitioner  (Mrs.  Kobinson's), 
1816  ;  B.A.  1820  ;  M.A.  1823  ;  Vicar  of  St.  Mark's,  Kenniugton, 
1832-64  ;  Surveyor- Accountant  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1862  ;  Vicar  of 
Hampstead,  1864  ;  Gresliam  Professor  of  Phetoric  ;  died  1875. 

Aug.    4.     Charles  Nottidge,  aged  11,  son  of  John  N.,  clergyman,  Essex. 
Charles  Bryant,  aged  10,  son  of  William  B.,  trunk  maker, 
Ludgate  Hill. 

Oct.     7.     Joseph     Stevens,    aged    12,    son   of    ,    schoolmaster, 

St.  Brides. 
„    17.  *  Joshua  Piatt,  aged  13,  son  of  ,  lawyer,  Blackfriars. 

In  the  Vlllth,  1809. 

„    19.     Henry  Twigg,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  T.,  muslin  manufac- 
turer, St.  Pauls, 
Dec.     5.     William  Swan,  aged  11,  son  of  James  S.,  printer,  Salisbury 
Square. 

„    16.     William  Fisher,  aged  7,  son  of  William  F.,  gent,  Thorn- 
haugh  Street. 

„    22.     Alvara  Lofthouse  Slater,  aged  15,  son  of  ,  merchant 

Jamaica. 

„    23.     Samuel    Woodward,    aged    10,    son   of    Joseph    Richards, 
publican.  Fleet  Street. 

1808 

Jan.  12.     Richard  William  Morrice,  aged  8,  son  of  Owen  M.,  haber- 
dasher, Ludgate  Hill. 

Left  in  1814  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1826  ;  B.A.  1831 ;  M.A. 
1836  ;  Vicar  of  Hoddesdon,  Herts,  1843-81  ;  died  1881. 

„    18.     James  Hildyard,  aged  9,  son  of  James  H,,  calico  glazer, 
Bell  Yard. 
Feb.     4.     Thomas  Beckwith,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  farmer,  Fram- 
lingham,  Norfolk. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1817,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1817. 

Samuel  Hill,  aged  11,  son  of  Isaac  H.,  hatter,  Strand. 
(William)  Isaac  Hill,  aged  9,  son  of  Isaac  H.,  hatter.  Strand. 
„      5.     Robert    Coghlan,    aged    9,    son    of    Robert   C.    (deceased), 

Margate. 
„    10.     Thomas  Gore,  aged  11,  son  of  Israel  G.,  chorister  of  the 

Chapel  Royal,  Walcot  Place. 
„    22,     Edmund  Goldsmith,  aged  11,  son  of  Jacob  G.,  schoolmaster, 

Charles  Street. 
„    25.     Charles  (James)  Jones,  aged  11,  son  of  John  J.,  attorney, 

Ludgate  Hill. 
„    27.     Samuel   Viveash,   aged   9,    son   of    Simeon   V.,    clothier, 

Islington. 


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Admitted. 

Mar.     3.     Charles  Ramsbotliam,  aged  9,  son  of  John   R.,   surgeon, 

Paternoster  Row. 
April  2.     Edward  George  Beckwith,  aged  13,  son  of  Edward  James 

B.,  rector  of  St.  Albans,  Wood  Street. 

Mugdaleu  College,  Oxon  (Bible  Clerk)  ;  B.A.  1818  ;  M.A.  1823  ; 
Minor  Canon  of  Sjt.  Paul's,  1826  ;  Minor  Canon  of  Wi-stminster  ; 
Rector  of  St.  Michael's,  Bassisliaw,  London,  1835  ;  died  1856. 

„      5.     Thomas  Charles  Hudson,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  Charles 

H.,  clerk,  Stangate  Street,  Lambeth. 
„       9.     Arthur  Steele,  aged  8,  son  of  John  S.,  stockbroker,  Albion 

Street. 

In  the  Vlllth  Apposition,  1813-14. 

J.  J.  Cory,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  February  6,  1801. 

May  13.    ^Jolm  Knox  Vade,  aged  11,  son  of  John  V.,  druggist,  Cornhill. 
Admitted  non-foundationer,  Sep.   30,  1806  ;  in  the  Vlllth  Appo- 
sition, 1814. 

„    20.     William   Burt,  aged   8,  son   of  William  B.,  oil  merchant, 
162,  Tooley  Street. 
June    9.     Charles  Barton,  aged   11,  son  of   Charles  B.,   counsellor, 
9,  Carey  Street. 
„     17.     William   Gurney,  aged  12,  son  of  William  G.,  rector  of 
St.  Clements  Danes. 

St.  Edmund  Hall,  Oxford,  B.A.  1816  ;  M.A.  1818. 
John  Philhps  Gurney,  aged  11,  son  of  William  G.,  rector  of 
St.  Clements  Danes. 

Queens'  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1823  ;  M.A.  1834  ;  Chaplain  of 
Black  Chapel,  Great  Walthara,  Essex  ;  Vicar  of  Great  Canfield,  Essex, 
1822  ;  Author  of  numerous  tracts  on  the  Apocalypse  ;  died  c.  1872. 

July  28.     James  Lansdown,  aged  9,  son  of  James  L.,  attorney,  Temple. 

Aug.    8.     James  Bonner,  aged   9,  son   of  John  B.,   sheriff's   officer, 
2,  Wood  Street,  Spitalfields. 
„    19.     Pigot  Speneer  Eugene  Pemberton,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry 

P.,  late  M.P.,  Brompton  Row. 
„    20.     John  Ivey  Wadsworth,  aged  11,  son  of  John  W.,  haber- 
dasher, Smithfield. 

Sep.  27.     John  James  Dimes,  aged  10,  son  of  William  D.,  attorney. 
Tabernacle  Walk. 

Oct.  25.     Robert  William  Urling,  aged  12,  son  of  late  George  U., 
Manor  Street. 

Nov.     3.     Edward  Morton,  aged   9,  son  of  John  M.,  artist,  Eaton 
Street,  Pimlico. 

Campdeu  Exhibitioner,  1818  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A. 
(AV rangier),  1822  ;  M.B.  1822  ;  M.L.  1825  ;  M.D.  1831. 

„      7.     John  Samuel  Phillips,   aged   9,  son  of  Samuel  P.,  officer. 
Middle  Temple. 

Left  1814  ;  Law  Stationer  ;  ilemberof  Metropolitan  Board  of  Works, 
1857,  died  1879. 

*  Here  the  wording  of  the  Presentation  is       to  rank  the  boy  in  such  Class  (instead  of 
changed  ;  and  the  High  Master  is  directed       Form),  as  he  shall  think  fit. 


236  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1808 

Admitted. 

Nov.  12.     Henry   Lownds,    aged    10,   son    of    Thomas    L.,   muslin 

manufacturer,  Wood  Street. 
„    16.     William  Henry  Smith,  aged  12,  son  of  Ralph  S.,  horse 

dealer,  London  Wall. 
„    28.     William  Finer,  aged  10,  son  of  William  F.,  cabinet  maker, 

Camomile  Street. 
Dec.     2.     William  John  Clayton,  aged  13,  son  of — ,  (deceased),  gent, 

Abchurch  Lane. 
„      5.     Thomas    Henry   Jones,   aged    10,   son   of  John   J.,  clerk, 

Camden  Town. 

Injured  his  .spine  in  a  trial  of  strengtli  about  the  year  1812,  and 
died  about  1819. 

„     14.     Henry  Richard  Williams,  aged  9,  son  of  Peter  W.,  straw 

hat  manufacturer,  Ludgate  Hill. 
Frederic  Silk,  aged  13,  son  of — ,  bricklayer,  Clerkenwell. 
„    20.     John  Bidden  (Biddle),  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  button 

maker,  Drury  Lane. 

1809 

Jan.   10.     Frederic  Price,  aged   9,  son  of  Robert  P.,  callico  printer. 
Old  Change. 
„     16.     Francis   Henry   Ramsbotham,    aged    8,    son    of  John  R., 
surgeon,  9,  Old  Jewry. 

F.R.C.P.  1845. 

„    20.     Thomas  Hacket,  aged   13,  son  of  William  H.,  Nicholas 

Lane. 
„    23.     William    Harding,    aged    11,  son  of   William    H.,  clerk, 
Bermondsey  Square. 
Samuel  Goujon,  aged  13,  son  of   Samuel  G.,  hat  manu- 
facturer, Newgate  Street. 
„    26.     Richard    Thompson,    aged  13,  son    of   Richard    T.,  assay 
office.  Goldsmith's  Hall,  London  Road. 
Joseph  Dare,  aged  11,  son  of  George  D.,  ivory  turner,  Carey 
Lane,  Forster  Lane. 
„    28.  *William    Singleton    Folgham,  aged    13,    son    of  the    late 

—  F.,  of  Union  Place,  Lambeth. 
„    31.     William  John  Byam,  aged  9,  son  of  late  William  B.,  39, 
Bucklersbury. 
John  William   Fisher  Curtis,  aged    10,  son  of  John  C, 
proctor.  Great  Knightrider  Street. 
Feb.  10.     Thomas  Metcalfe  Currie,  age  9,  son  of  James  C,  merchant, 
John  Street,  America  Square. 
Milford  William  Edwards,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  E.,  coal 
merchant,  25,  Dean  Street,  Tooley  Street. 
„    16.     Alexander  Drummond,  aged  13,  son  of  Alexander  D.,  lottery 

office  keeper,  Fleet  Street. 
„    21.     Robert  Holland,  age  12,  son  of  Robert  H,,  clerk,  Hoxton. 
Edward  Holland,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  H.,  clerk,  Hoxton. 


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A  dmitted. 

March  1.     Isaac  Mead  (Meade),  aged  11,  son  of  Isaac  M.,  clerk.  Bow 
Churchyard. 
„       4.     Sotherton    Backler,  aged    10,  son  of   Sotherton  B.,  navy 
accountant.  Apothecaries  Hall. 

Pauline  E.xhibitioner,  1817  ;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  B.A. 
1822;  M.A.  184^;  Rector  of  Blatlierwyke,  Northants,  1838,  and 
Rural  Dean  ;  died  c.  1876. 

Samuel  Hallett,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  H.,  farmer,  West 
Chilboro,  Dorset. 

Died  1818. 

„      9.     Robert  Banks,  aged  10,  son  of  late  Robert,  shoemaker,  297, 

Oxford  Street. 
„    13.     Henry  George  Dalley,  aged  9,  son  of  Francis  M.  D.,  lace 

manufacturer,  17,  Lawrence  Lane. 
Philip  James  Lovegrove,  age  10,  son  of  Philip  L.,  gi'ocer, 

Windsor. 
„    27.     Peter  Palmer,  aged   10,  son  of  Peter  P.,  tea    dealer,  71, 

Leather  Lane. 

G.  Salmon,  Capitanco. 

Admitted  August  19,  1806. 

May     2.     Draper  B.  Woodward,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  W.,  8,  Fleet 
Street. 
„       8.     Francis    Goode,    aged  11,    son    of   Francis  G.,    Rector  of 
St.  Anns,  Blackfriars. 

Captain  1815-16:  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge, 
Perry  Exhibitioner,  1818-23  ;  Bell  Scholar,  1817  ;  B.A.  (7th  Wriing- 
ler),  1820  ;  M.A.  Fellow  of  Trinity:  took  orders  and  went  to  India 
in  the  service  of  the  Church  ^Missionary  Society. 

„       5.     Richard   Peter  Wilson,  aged   12,  son  of  Peter  W.,  cook, 
218,  White  Cross  Street,  Finsbury  Square. 

„       8.     William    Iliff,    aged    11,    son    of    William    I.,    surgeon, 
5,  Houodsditch. 
Frederick  Iliff,  aged  9,  son  of  William  I.,  surgeon.  Hounds- 
ditch. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1823  ;  M.A.  1826  ;  D.D.  1838; 
Vicar  of  Galeforth,  Yorks,  1862  ;  Editor  of  Biblia  Ecclcmc  Polyglotta  ; 
Eexapla  Paaltcr  ;  died  c.  1868. 

„    2G.     AVilliam  Wildes,  aged  15,  son  of   Thomas    W,,  attorney, 
Maidstone,  Kent. 

B.  Keen,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  July  31,  1804. 

July  24.     George  Miller,  aged  13,  son  of  George  M.,  wine  merchant. 

King  Street,  Bloomsbury. 
„    27.     Benjamin   Smedley,  aged   11,    son  of  John    S.,  attorney. 

Red  Lion  Street,  Clerkenwell. 
„    29.     John  Minors,  aged  9,  son  of   Daniel  M.  (deceased),  Great 

Ormond  Street, 


238  SOHOLAES  OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1809 

AdmiUed. 

AuCT.    4.     Richard  Hisjcrs,  asjed  14,  sou  of  Ricliard  H.,  "ent,  North- 
ockingdon  Hall,  Essex. 
„      7.     John  Wescott  Keeton,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  K.,  carpenter 

and  builder,  Castle  Street,  Oxford  Market. 
„    10.     William    Gilbee,  aged   10,  son  of  James  G.,  gent.  West 

Thorock,  Essex. 
„    18.     George  Malcolm,  aged  10,  son  of  James  M.,  land  agent, 

Holborn  Court,  Grays  Inn. 
„    22.     George  Viveash,  aged  8,  son  of  Simeon  V.,  clothier,  Islington. 
Sep.  25.     Henry   James  Norris,  aged    13,  son   of  James  N.,   wine; 

merchant,  Bury  Place,  Bloomsbury. 
Oct.      1.     Langston  Ollivant,  aged  11,  son  of  WilliamO.,  Navy  Office, 
Smith  Street,  Northampton  Square. 
Alfred  Ollivant,  aged  11,  son  of  William  0.,  Navy  Office, 
Smith  Street,  Northampton  Square. 

Captain  1816-17  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambriilo;p, 
Perry  Exhibitioner,  1819-1824;  Craven  Scholar,  1820;  B.A.  (6th 
Wrangler)  1821  ;  Chancellor's  Medallist,  1821  ;  Tyrwhitt's  Scholar, 
1822  ;  Members'  Prize,  1822-1823;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  M.A.  1824; 
B.D.  and  D.D.  1836  ;  Vice-Principal  of  Lampeter,  1827-1843  ;  Eegins 
Professor  of  Divinity,  Cambridge,  1843-1850  ;  Bishop  of  Llandaff, 
1849  ;  author  of  an  Analysis  of  the  Text  of  the  Hifstory  of  Joseph, 
1828  ;  and  numerous  tracts  and  episcopal  charges  ;  died  Dec.  16,  1882. 
First  President  of  the  "  Old  Pauline  Club." 

„       2.     Richard  Buckle  Hennah,  aged  7,  son  of  Henry  H.,  clerk  at 

Twinings,  Arundel  Street,  Strand. 
„       9.     James  Cathcart,  aged  13,  son  of  Peter  C,  law  stationer, 
Chancery  Lane. 
Robert  Cathcart,  aged  9,  son  of  Peter  C,  law  stationer, 
Chancery  Lane. 
,,    31.     William  Evans  Burton,  aged  7,  son  of  George  B.,  printer, 
Fetter  Lane. 
Nov.  10.     John  Thomas  Robinson,  aged  12,  son  of  John  R.,  lawyer, 

Peacock  Street. 
Dec.    6.     George  Hallam,  aged  11,  son  of  George  H.,  wine  merchant, 
Old  Street. 
„    18.     Alexander   John   Mulholland,   aged   8,   son   of  John   M., 
architect,  Lambeth. 

1810 

Jan.     9.     James  Spark,  aged  11,  son  of  James  S.,  druggist,  Doctors 

Commons. 
„    16.     William  Thomas  Horatio  Nile  Nelson  Hicks,  aged  11,  son 

of  John  H.,  late  of  Wycombe,  Bucks. 
„    22.     Henry  James  Hastings,  aged  11,  son  of  James  H.,  rector 

of  Martley,  Worcester. 

Captain  181 4-15  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinitv  College,  Cambridge, 
Perry  Exhibitioner,  1816-19;  Scholar  of  Trinitv,  B.A.  (Senior  Op.) 
1819;  M.A.  1822;  Rector  of  Areley  Kings,  Worcester,  1831-56; 
Rector  of  Martley,  Worcester,  1856  ;  Rural  Dean,  Hon.  Canon  of 
Worcester,  1848  ;  died,  1875  ;  author  of  Parochial  Sermons,  1845-46, 
and  other  tracts  and  sermons. 


iSio]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  239 


Admitted. 

Jan.  23.     Benjamin  John  Allingham,  aged  10,  son  of  Benjamin  A., 
sheriff's  officer,  Gough  S(]uare. 
„    24'.     John  Powell,  aged  14,  son   of  John  P.,   Comedian,   Drury 

Lane  Company,  Adelphi. 
„    29.     William  Finley,  aged  11,  son  of  John  F.,  broker,  Melford 
Suffolk. 
Feb.  12.     James  Doughty,  aged  11,  son   of  John  D.,  coal  merchant, 
Broseley,  Shropshire. 
John  Boote  James,  aged  10,  son  of  William  J.,  suro-eon, 
Gerard  Street,  Leicester  Square. 
,,    22.  *Samuel  Piatt,  aged  13,  son  of — ,  lawyer,  Blackfriars. 
„    28.     William  Wilkinson,  aged  13,  son  of  Lawrence  W.,  attorney, 
Rolls  Buildings. 
Mar.    5.     Benjamin    Treasure,   aged    11,    son   of   Isaac    T.,  printer, 
Charles  Street,  Covent  Garden. 
„     17.     Robert  Davy,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  D.,  barber,  Saffron  Hill. 
„    21<.     William   Palfrey,  aged   10,  son  of  William  P.,  bricklayer, 
Cambridge. 

In  the  Ylllth,  1810. 

„    26.     Francis  Walsh,  aged  10,  son  of  Francis  W.,  Bartholomew 
Close. 

Captain,  1817-18  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,   Trinity  College,   Cam- 
bridge ;  B.A.  1822. 

Benjamin  Wilham  Weeding,   aged   11,  son  of  James  W,, 
steward  of  Furnivals  Inn. 

Panline  Exhibitioner,  1819  ;  Caius  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1824. 

„     29.     Robert  Ford,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  F.,  clerk,  Pentonville. 

Apr.     4.     William  King,  aged  11,  son  of  William  K. ,  tinman.  Union 

Court,  Holborn  Hill. 

„       7.     George  Thomas  James  Scott,  aged  10,  son  of  George  S., 

flour  factor.  Old  London  Street. 
„    14.     James  Hawkings,  aged  10,  son  of  James  H.,  clerk.  Cross 

Street,  Blackfriars. 
„    30.     John   Dudclell,    aged    11,   son  of   Richard   Middleton   D., 
apothecary,  Bures,  Suffolk. 
May  21.     Henry  Dannenberger,  aged  18,  son  of  Benedict  D.,  book 
keeper.  Tabernacle  Walk. 
„    23.     George  Wilson  Prince,  aged  14,  son  of  William  P.  {deceased), 
Kenninghall. 
June    5.     Erasmus  Ollivant,  aged  7,  son  of  William  0.,  Navy  Office, 
Dyers  Buildings,  Holborn. 
Died  young. 

William  Solory  Grey,  aged  7,  son  of  James  G.,  grocer.  Cock 
Hill,  Ratchff. 
„      G.     Thomas  Woodward  Gardner,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  G., 
clergyman,  Willen,  Bucks. 

Christ   Church,    Oxford;    B.A.    1822;    Vicar    of    Ashcndon    with 
Dorton,  Bucks,  1845  ;  ?  died  1871. 

„    11.     Henry  Stokes,  aged  11,  son  of  John  S.,  printer.  Hind  Court, 
Fleet  Street. 


2-10  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1810 


B.  Keen,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  July  31,  1804. 
Admitted. 

July  11.     George  Henry  Davidson,  aged  10,  son  of  George  D.,  printer, 
Boswell  Court. 
„    16.  Edward  Marklow  Hunt,  aged  10,  son  of  James  H.,  attorney, 

Surrey  Street,  Strand. 
„    18.     Samuel  Harton,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  H.,  collector,  Hyde 
Street,  Bloom sbury. 

Became  master  of  a  private  School ;  was  living  in  1879. 

„    21.     John  Young  McFarlane,  aged  13,  son  of  Andrew  M.,  book- 
binder, Poppins  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
„     24.     John  Thomas  Gurney,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  G.  (deceased), 
Shoemaker  Row,  Blackfriars. 
James  Buncombe,  aged  11,  son  of  Brandreth   D.,  chymist, 
Fleet  Street. 
Oct.      2.     William    Robinson    Chamberlain,    aged     10,    son    of    — 
(deceased),  artist,  City  Road. 
Humphrey   Jackson    Chamberlain,    aged    10,    son    of    — 

(deceased),  artist,  City  Road. 
James  Charles  Jackson  Chamberlain,  aged   9,  son  of  — 
(deceased),   artist,  City  Road. 
,,       3.     Edward  Spencer,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  S.,  stock  broker, 

Perceval  Street,  Goswell  Street. 
„      8.     Ephraim  Hemings  Snoad,  aged  11,  son  of  George  S.,  grazier, 
Brenzett,  Kent. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1817  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1817  ;  B.A.  1821  ;  M.A.  1825;  said  to  have  been 
musical  and  played  the  flute  ;  became  crippled  in  both  legs. 

„     10.     Richard    Ryan,  aged   11,  son  of   Richard   R.,    bookseller, 

Oxford  Street. 
Robert  Fleming,  aged  8,  son  of  Hudson  F.,  clerk,  Allen 

Street,  Goswell  Street. 
„    19.     John  Wilson  Allen,  aged   8,   son   of  Joseph  W.,  writing 

master,  Lambeth. 
Joseph  William  Allen,  aged  7,  son  of  Joseph  W.,  writing 

master,  Lambeth. 
,,     20.     William  Henry  James,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  J.,  laceman. 

Bridge  Street,  Blackfriars. 
„    22.     George  Andrew  Currie,  aged  10,  son  of  James  C,  merchant, 

John  Street,  America  Square. 
,,    23.     Edward  Pritchett,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  P.,  Camden  Town. 
,     24.     Henry  Bays,  aged    13,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  hosier,  Cam- 
bridge. 
„    28.     William  John  Hill,  aged  14,  son  of  Richard  H.,  attorney, 

Chancery  Lane. 
Richard  George  Hill,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  H.,  attorney, 

Chancery  Lane. 
„    30.     James  Howorth,  aged   17,  son  of  John    H.,   bookkeeper, 

York  Street,  St.  James's. 


iSio]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  241 

Admitted. 

Nov.  20.     George   Henry   Pettigrew,  aged    12,   son    of  Thomas   P., 
apothecaiy,  Fleet  Street. 
John  Colley  Taunton,  aged  9,  son  of  John  T.,  surgeon, 

Greville  Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
Arthur  Taunton,  a^d  7,  son  of  John  T.,  surgeon,  Greville 
Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
„    22.     George  Sael,  aged  13,  son  of  George  S.  (deceased),  book- 
seller, Strand. 
„    26.     David   Reid,   aged  11,  son  of   William    K,  watchmaker, 
Rosoman  Street. 
Francis  Henry  Jackson,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  J.,  surgeon, 
Old  Street. 

1811 

Jan.     9.     John  George  Armitage,  aged  11,  son  of  William  A.,  gent, 
Herefordshire. 
„    10.     Baker  Peter  Smith,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  St.  Paul's 
Churchyard. 

At  first  a  solicitor  ;  afterwards  called  to  the  Bar  (Middle  Temple), 
1853  ;  Author  of  Life  of  Sellon,  &c. 

„    16.     Hugh  Henry  Powell,  aged  13,  son  of  Watkin  P.,  surgeon, 
Rhydycair,  Radnor. 

,,    17.     Charles  Davidson,  aged  9,  son  of  George  D.,  printer,  Bos- 
well  Court,  Fleet  Street. 

„    18.     George  Hinds,  aged  11,  son  of  John  H.,  physician,  Margaret 
Street,  Cavendish  Square, 
John  Thomas  Hinds,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  physician, 
Margaret  Street,  Cavendish  Square. 

Canipden     Exhibitioner,      1818  ;     Trinity     College,      Camhridiie  ; 
B.A.  1823  ;  M.  A.  1832  ;  Eector  of  Pulham,  Dorset  ;  died  circa  1874. 

„    28.     John  Moody  Hill,  aged  13,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  attorney,  Rood 

Lane,  Fenchurch  Street. 
Joseph  Smith  Hill,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  attorney,  Rood 

Lane,  Fenchurch  Street. 
„    31.     John    Henry    Acott,    aged    11,    son    of    Christopiier   A., 

auctioneer.  Barbican. 
Feb.    6.     Thomas  Edlyne  Tomlin,  aged  7,  son  of  Alfred  T.,  clerk  in 

the  Irish  Exchequer  Office,  Paradise  Row,  Lambeth. 
,,      7.     Charles  Edward  Twallin,  aged  10,  son  of  James  T.,  master 

of  the  Bell  Sauvage  Inn. 
„    14.     Rise  William  Robinson,  aged  11,  son  of  John  R.,  innkeeper. 

Angel  Street,  St.  Martins-le-Grand. 
,,    28.     Peter  Cathcart,  aged  8,  son  of  Peter  Hawke,  law  stationer. 

Chancery  Lane. 
Mar.    9.     Trajan  Augustus  Wallis,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  W.,  iron- 
monger. Brook  Street,  Holborn. 
„    19.     Henry  Ritchie,  aged  12,  son  of  Hugh  R.,  cabinet  maker, 

Brownlow  Street,  Holborn. 


242  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [i8n 

AdmUted. 

A^v.  13.     Henry    Sutherland    Morris,  aged   9,   son   of   Thomas  M., 
apothecary,  Chandos  Street. 
„    17.     Frederick  Cookney,  aged   7,   son   of  Charles  C,  attorney. 
Castle  Street,  Holborn. 


A.  Gordon,  Cajntanco. 

Admitted  May  6,  1806. 

May  22.     John   Carsten  Hesse,  aged  11,  son  of  Gabriel  H.,  sugar 
broker,  St.  Georges  Place  East. 
John  Hurle,  aged  8,  son  of  John  H.,  surveyor,  Devonshire 
Street,  Queens  Square. 
,     25.     John    Chandler,  aged  13,  son  of  Philip  Tibbs   (deceased), 
Paradise  Street. 
June    7.     Joseph  Holt,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  clerk,  Stone  Street. 
„    12,     James  Crozier,  aged  8,  son  of  Ralph  C,  surveyor,  Granville 

Street. 
„    14.     Henry  Couchman  Jones,  aged  8,  son  of  Stephen  J.,  author, 

Red  Lion  Passage,  Fleet  Street. 
„     17.     Robert    Taylor,  aged    11,    son    of    Aldwell    T.,    colonel, 

oth  Madras  N.I.,  India. 
„     25.     George  Frederick  Valentine,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  V., 
japanner,  St.  James  Walk,  Clerkenwell. 
July     1.     Thomas  Backham,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  surgeon, 
Ratcliffe. 
„      6.     James  Burn,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  B.,  clerk  in  the  East 
India  House,  Hanover  Street,  Hanover  Square. 

Left  in  1816  or  1817  ;  entered  E.I.C's.  home  service  ;  died  1861. 

George  Burn,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  B.,  clerk  in  the  East 
India  House,  Hanover  Street,  Hanover  Square. 

Left  in  1818  ;  entered  the  Madras  Army  ;  retired  as  Major- 
General  after  forty  years'  service  in  India. 

„      8.     Wasey    Sterry,    aged    11,  son   of  Benjamin    S.,   attorney, 
Romford. 
James   Higgs,   aged   9,    son  of  Richard   H.,  gent,   North 
Ockendon  Hall,  Essex. 
Sept.  20.     Simeon  John  Boileau,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  of  Fort 
William,  Bengal ;  Bury  St.  Edmunds. 

Captain,  1818-19  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1820-24;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.  "Wooden 
Spoon  ")  1823. 

„    24.     Octavius  Eriington  Johnson,  aged  13,  son  of  Robert  J., 
gent,  Finchley. 
Osmond  Price,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  P.,  calico  printer.  Old 

Change. 
Charles  Herbert  Graves  aged   8,  son  of  John    G.,  clerk, 
Angel  Court,  Throgmorton  Street. 
„     25.     Charles  George  Miller,  aged  13,  son  of  Charles  M.,  tailor, 
Surrey  Street,  Strand. 


iSii]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  243 

Admitted. 

Sept.  25.     George  Alexander  Miller,  aged  7,  son  of  Charles  M.,  Surrey 
Street,  Strand. 
„    26.     William   Lewis  Hind,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  H.,  printer, 

Plumber  Court,  Holbora. 
„    28.     James  Muzio,  ag.ed  11,  son  of  Angel  M.,  silk  merchant, 
High  Holborn. 
Of  the  Guarantee  Society,  Birchin  Lane,  Cornliill. 

„    80.     Thomas   Horn,   aged    11,   son   of   Thomas   H.    {deceased), 

Skinner  Street. 
Oct.     8.  *Eichard    Spencer,   aged    13,  son   of  — ,  solicitor    Lamb's 

Conduit. 
„    21.     John  Gore,  aged  11,  son  of  Israel  G.,  gent,  of  the  Chapel 

Royal,  Lambeth. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1820,  Caius  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1824  ; 
Minor  Canon  of  Windsor,  1829  ;  Vicar  of  Shalbourne,  Berks,  1842- 
1872  ;  author  of  Scripture  Narratives  in  Verse,  1853. 

Nov.  18.     Henry  Spencer,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  Leigh  S.,  solicitor. 
Lambs  Conduit  Street. 
Oliph  Spencer,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  Leigh  S.,  solicitor. 
Lambs  Conduit  Street. 
„    19.     Thomas  Cecil  Andrews,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  linen 
draper,  Ludgate  Street. 
Dec.  13.     Henry  Hayes  Fizard,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  F.,  attorney, 
Weymouth. 

This  name  appears  as  Tizard  in  the  list  in  Ackerman  (1816). 

Edward    Hailstone,    aged    10,    son  of  John    H.,   umbrella 
maker,  Bartletts  Buildings,  Holborn. 


1812 

Jan.  14.  *Thomas  Piatt,  aged  11,  son  of — ,  lawyer,  Blackfriars. 

Left  in  1.816  ;    called  to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  Inn),  1826;  author  of 
Law  of  Covenants,  1829;  Law  of  Leases,  1847. 

„    16.  *Henry  Edgley,  aged  14,  son  of   — ,   coal  merchant,  Earl 

Street,  Blackfriars. 
*George  Edgley,  aged  13,  son  of  ■ — ,  coal  merchant.  Earl 

Street,  Blackfriars. 
„    28.     George  Horatio  Street,  aged  11,  son  of  Philip  S.,  publisher 

of  the  Times,  Hind  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
„    29.     Thomas  Frederic  Taylor,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  Budjon, 

gent,  Canterbury  Buildings. 
Feb.     1,     Edward    Delraar,   aged    15,    son   of    Charles   D.,    brewer, 

Canterbury. 
„      3.     Samuel  James  Weldon,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel  George  W. 

{deceased),  Elizabeth  Street,  Hackney  Road. 
„    13.     James  Burleigh  Leighton,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  vicar 

of  Chigwell,  Essex. 
„    17.     William  Nethersole,  aged  12,  son  of  William  N.,  attorney, 

Essex  Street,  Strand, 

r2 


244  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1812 

A  (bnittcd. 

Feb.  17.  Joseph  Edward  Kensit,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  K.,  attorney, 
Greville  Street,  Hatton  Garden. 

Left  in  1814;   Solicitor;    in  the  Six  Clerks  Office  in   Chancery; 
died  1854. 

„    18.     George  Augustus  Harries,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  H.,  gent, 

Trevaccon,  Pembroke. 
„    2.5.     John  Dangerfield,  aged  11,  son  of  John  D.,  farmer,  Dagen- 

ham,  Essex. 
Mar.     2.     Thomas   Flint,  aged    11,   son  of  Thomas   F.,  uj)holsterer, 

Charlotte  Street,  Bloomsbury. 
„      5.     Joseph  Deare,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  D.,  solicitor.  Bridge- 
water  Square,  Barbican. 
„     11.     James  Slatford  Vale,  aged  7,  son  of  Isaac  V.,  stockbroker, 

Bishopsgate  Without. 
„    12.     John  Gl3^un,  aged  9,  son  of  John  G.,  agent,  Bells  Buildings, 

Salisbury  Square. 
„    21.     John   Sidney  Farrell  (Fielding),  aged   11,  son  of  G.  J.  M. 

F.,  gent,  Tufton  Street,  Westminster. 
J.  S.  F.  in  the  Register  ;  in  the  Presentation  J.  S.  Farrell  Fielding  ; 

he  appears  as  Farrell  to  the  1812  list. 

„  25.  Lawrence  Gwynne,  aged  10,  son  of  Lawrence  G.,  astronomer 
Christs  Hospital. 

Captain,   1819-20  ;   Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,   Cam- 
bridge, 1820  ;  B.A.  1825  ;  M.A.  1828. 

AjDr.  13.  Henry  Nethersole,  aged  10,  son  of  William  N.,  attorney, 
Essex  Street,  Strand. 

„  17.  John  Penny,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  laceman,  Ci'own 
Court,  Cheapside. 

„  2-i.  Edward  Watson  Whitaker,  aged  10,  son  of  John  W.,  music- 
seller,  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 


J.  Cooper,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  August  11,  1804. 

June    5.     William  Friend  Lemaitre,  aged  9,  son  of  Paul  Thomas  L., 

vender  of  the  patent  cooking  apparatus,  Castle  Street, 

Holborn. 
„    15.     Charles  Henry  Johnson,  aged   11,  son  of  Henry  J.,  gent, 

East  India  House. 
Aug.  10.     Joseph  Smith  Harrison,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  insurance 

broker,  Cheapside. 
„    14.     John  Brathwaite  Taylor,  aged  11,  son  of  Aldurle  T.,  colonel 

in  E.I.C.S.,  East  Indies. 
„    17.     George    Thompson,    aged   11,  son   of  Joseph    T.,   verger, 

Doctors  Commons. 
James  Allen,  aged  9,  son  of  George  A.,  auctioneer,  Thaives 

Inn. 
„    IS.     George  John  Everald  Brannen,  aged  9,  son  of  George  B., 

conveyancer,  New  Inn. 


i8i2]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  245 

Adiiiittcd. 

Aug.  19.     William   Henry  Rose,  aged  8,  son  of  John  R.,  attorney, 
Grays  Inn. 
Thomas  Bailey  Rose,  aged   7,  son  of   John  R.,  attorney, 
Grays  Inn. 
Sept.    4.     Henry  Rees,  aged  9,  son  of  George  R.,  i^hysician,  Finsbury 
Square.  " 

William  Rees,  aged  8,  son  of  George  R.,  physician,  Finsbury 
Square. 
„    21.     Owen    William    Jones,  aged    7,   son  of  Stephen  J.,  silk 
manvifacturer,  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
Oct.     6.     George  Lovegrove,  aged  12,  son  of  John  L.,  clerk,  Pimlico. 
„      8.     William  Walter,  aged  14,  son  of  Wilham  W.,  sheriffs  officer, 

Little  Charlotte  Street,  Blackfriars  Ruad. 
„       9.     George  Edward  Octavius  Ives,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  I., 

surgeon,  Chertsey,  Surry. 
„     10.     Thomas  Grissell,  aged   11,  son  of  Thomas  Le  Garde  G., 
clerk.  East  India  House,  Tyson  Place,  Kingsland  Road. 
„     15.     James  Gowers,  aged  10,  son  of  James  William  G.,  con- 
veyancer, Spa  Road,  Islington. 
Nov.    4.     William  Hugh  Miller,  aged  9,  son  of  William   M.,  shoe 
maker,  City  Road. 
„    11.     Augustus  Radelitfe,  aged   10,  son  of  John  R.,  watch-cap 
maker,  Coppice  Row,  Cold  Bath  Fields. 
Dec.    7.     Charles  Clark  Watson,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  W.,  teacher, 
New  North  Street. 

1813 

Jan.  13.     Samuel  Yates,  aged  8,  son  of  Francis  Y.,  druggist,  King 
Street,  Holborn. 
„    19.     William  Thomas  Spencer,  aged   9,  son  of  Richard  Leigh, 

solicitor,  Lambs  Conduit  Street. 
„    25.     Robert  Hart  Pike,  aged  10,  son  of  John  P.,  innkeeper,  Old 

Bailey. 
„    27.     Richard  Porter,  aged  11,  son  of   Richard   P.,  dentist,  St. 
Martins  Court. 
*John  Watson   Skinner  Cosier,  aged  15,  son  of  — ,  grocer, 
Sun-ey  Street,  Strand. 
„    29.     Wilham    Chilton,    aged    13,    son  of  George   C,  solicitor, 
Chancery  Lane. 
Henry  Charles  Chilton,  aged  10,  son  of  George  C,  solicitor, 
Chancery  Lane. 
Feb.     1.     Joseph    Burchell,    aged    11,   son  of   Joseph   B.,  attorney, 
Duchess  Street,  Portland  Place. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1819  ;  Pembroke  College,  Oxford,  B.A.  1823. 

Anthony  Rich,  aged  9,  son  of  Anthony  R.,  solicitor,  Hendon. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1821  ;  Caius  College,  Cambridge;  B  A.  1825  ; 
author  oi  Dictionary  of  Greek  and  Roman  Antiquities. 

„    8.     Joseph    Gideon    Middleton,   aged    12,    son  of   Joseph    M., 
carpenter,  King  Street, 


246  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL,  [1813 

AdiiiMcd. 

Feb.  11.     Thomas  EUey  Joseph  Leave,  aged  13,  son  of  Robert  L, 
surveyor,  Featherstone  Buildings. 
„    26.     George   Thomas   Roberson,  aged   11,  son   of  Thomas  R, 
attorney,  Oxford. 

Kobertson  in  Ackcrman. 

Mar.    8.     Henry  Cox,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  C,  Upper  Charlotte 
Street,  Fitzroy  Square. 
„    19.     Henry  Currie,  aged  9,  son  of  James  C,  merchant,  John 
Street,  America  Square. 

Here  the  name  of  John  Martin  Latkow  has  been  carefully  erased  in 
the  Eegister  but  recovered  from  the  Presentation  Books.  Son  of 
John  L.,  solicitor,  of  Wardrobe  Court,  Doctors  Commons. 

Apr.  1 2.     Henry  Jones,  aged  8,  son  of  John  J.,  attorney,  Giltspur  Street. 
„    ll).     William  Watson,  aged  7,  son  of  Charles  W.,  private  teacher, 

Pentonville. 
„     24.  *Robert    Whitaker,  aged   13,  son   of  — ,  music  seller,  St. 

Pauls  Church  Yard. 
„    27.     Samuel  Webb  Newman,  aged  8,  son  of  James  N.,  coach 
plate  maker,  Russell  Street,  Covent  Garden, 


S.    Hawkes,    Ca]pitaneo. 

Admitted  November  26,  1805. 

May  24.     James  Prince  Lee,  aged  9,  son  of  Stephen  L.,  librarian  to 
the  R.S.,  Somerset  Place. 

Captain,  1823-24  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1825-30  ;  Craven  Scholar,  1827  ; 
B.  A.  1828  ;  M.A  1831  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  Assistant  Masterat  Eugby, 
1830-38  ;  Head  Master  of  King  Edward's  School,  Birmingham,  1838- 
48  ;  First  Bishop  of  Manchester,  1848  ;  B.D.  and  D.D.,  1848  ;  died 
1870  ;  author  of  several  charges  and  sermons. 

„    26.     William    Howard    Turner,    aged    12,    son   of    George   T., 

ironmonger,  Dorset  Street,  Fleet  Street. 
June  11.     Archibald    Hyslop,    aged    14,   son    of    — ,    surgeon,    60, 

Fenchurch  Street. 
„    14.     Robert   Utting,  aged    12,  son    of  John   U.,   flour   factor, 

Norwich. 
„    15.     Edward  Steele,  aged  9,  son  of  John  S.,  stockbroker,  Albion 

Street,  Blackfriars. 
Aug.    7.     Samuel  Armstrong  Lane,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  L.,  army 

clothier,  12,  Bury  Street,  St.  James's. 

Left  1818  :  proceeded  to  the  Hunterian  School,  St.  George's  Hospital, 
Paris  and  Edinburgh;  F.R.C.S.  1844;  Consulting  Surgeon  to  St. 
Mary's  and  the  Lock  Hospitals  ;  ^Aitor  oi  Coo])gx's,  Surgical  Didiunary, 
and  author  of  many  medical  articles. 

„    10.     Robert    Wilks,    aged    10,    son    of    Robert    W.,    printer, 
89,  Chancery  Lane. 
William  Curtis,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  C,  farmer,  Ring- 
wood,  Hants. 
.     „    14.     Thomas    Skilbeck,  aged  11,  son  of   Joseph  S.,  drysalter, 
22,  Bread  Street  Hill. 


i8i3]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  247 

Admitted. 

Aug.  18.     Thomas  Lock,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  lawyers  clerk, 
319,  Strand. 
„    23.     James  Henry  Stone,   aged  10,  son  of  Arthur  Daniel  S., 
physician,  17,  Charterhouse  Square. 

Captain,  1822-23  ;  Canipden  Exhibitiouer  ;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exliibitioner,  1826-28  ;  B.  A.  1828  ;  M.A.  1831. 

Owen    Edmonds,  *  aged    10,   son   of   James    E.,   butcher, 
Newgate  Market. 

This  name  lias  been  erased  in  the  Register. 
Sept.    1.     Thomas  Perham  Luxmore  Hallet,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel 
H.,  gent,  West  Chilboro',  Dorset. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1823  ;  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge;  B.A.  (First 
Class,  Law  Tripos),  1825  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  Hall;  LL.B.  1829;  called 
to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  Inn),  1829. 

Oct.      1.     Charles  Bassano,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  sugar  refiner, 

Upper  Thames  Street. 

John  Winter  Jones,  aged  8,  son  of  John  J.,  gent,  Camden 

Town. 

Left  in  1821  ;  British  Museum,  Assistant  Keeper  of  printed  books, 
1850  ;  Keeper  of  printed  books,  1856  ;  Principal  Librarian  and 
Secretary,  1860  ;  F.S.A.  ;  edited  for  the  Hakluyt  Society  Divers 
Voyages  touching  the  Discovery  of  America,  The  Treitcls  of  Nicolo 
Conti,  The  Travels  of  Ludovico  dc  Varthcma  ;  author  oi  A  Guide  to  the 
Printed  Books  in  the  Grcnville  and  King's  Library,  &c.  ;  died  1881. 

„      2.     George  William  Lovell,  aged  9,  son  of  William  L.,  printer, 
Gore's  Walk,  Backside. 

Secretary  to  the  Phcenix  Fire  Office,  Lombard  Street  ;  died  May  13, 
1878,  aged  74  ;  aiithor  of  The  Provost  of  Bruges,  Love's  Sacrifice,  The 
JFife's  Secret,  and  other  five-act  Plays. 

„      4.     Charles  William  Chalklen,  aged   10,   son  of  William   C, 
draper,  Bromley,  Kent. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1822  ;  Tiiuity  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.    1827  ;    M.A.    1830. 

Nov.    1.     James  Briggs,  aged    12,   son  of  John   B.,   draper.   Fleet 
Street. 
Henry  Chides  Heath,  aged  13,  son  of  John  H.,  dentist, 
69,  Hatton  Garden. 

Went  to  India,  young. 

Christopher   Heath,   aged    11,   son    of   John    H.,    dentist, 
69,  Hatton  Garden. 

Left  in  1817  ;  Surgeon  Dentist  in  Hatton  Garden  till  1835,  when  he 
succeeded  Edward  Irving  as  Angel  (Chief  Pastor)  of  the  Catholic 
Apostolic  Church,  first  in  Newman  Street,  afterwards  (1853)  in  Gordon 
Square  ;  died  1876. 

„      4.     William  Goode,  aged   11,  son  of  William   G.,  clergyman, 
St.  Anns,  Blackfriars. 

Captain,  1820-21  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge :  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1822-25  ;  B.A.  1825  ;  M.A.  1828  ;  D.D. 
1860  ;  Rector  nf  St.  Antholins,  London,  1836  ;  of  All  Hallows,  1849; 
of  St.  JIargarets,  Lothbury,  1856  ;  Warburtonian  Lecturer,  1853-57  ; 
Dean  of  Kipon,  1860  ;  a  most  voluminous  author  and  controversialist, 
on  behalf  of  the  (so-called)  Evangelical  School ;  Fulfilled  Prophecy,  a 
Proof  of  the  Truth  of  Revealed  Religion  (Warburtonian  Lectures)  ; 
died  1868. 

„      6.     Edward  Kir  by,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  K.,  gent.  Poultry. 


248  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1813 

Admitted. 

Nov.    9.     Spencer  Judge,  aged  14,  son  of  Joseph  J.,  landing  -waiter 

in  the  Custom  House,  31,  Southampton  Row,  Russell 

Square. 

Joseph  Spencer  J.  articled  to  Sharon  Turner ;  practised  as  a 
Solicitor  in  Calcutta  ;  retui-ned  to  England,  1857  ;  died  1875. 

Edward  Judge,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  J.,  landing  waiter 
in  the  Custom  House,  31,  Southampton  Row,  Russell 
Square. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1820  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1821-24  ;  Scholar  of  Trinity  ;  B.  A.  1824  ;  M.A.  1825  ; 
Canon  of  Cape  Town  ;  Rector  of  Simon's  Bay  ;  Member  of  the  Board 
of  Public  Examiners,  till  it  merged  in  the  University,  where  he 
became  Exan\iner  in  Literature  ;  died  1875. 

„  10.  Edward  Robert  Povah,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  P.,  clergy- 
man, Old  Ford. 

„  16.  George  Ducketts  Barber  Beaumont,  aged  11,  son  of  John 
Thomas  B.,  gent,  Southampton  Street,  Strand. 

In  the  Presentation  G.  D.  Barber  (only)  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner, 
1820  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1824  ;  M.A.  1827. 

„    24.     Joseph  Gattey  Evans,  aged  8,  son  of  John  E.,  dancing 
master,  Coachmakers  Hall. 
Dec.     8.     John  James  Edwai'ds,  aged  11,  son  of  John  E.,  painter, 
Hoxton  Square. 
„    13.     John  Needham,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard  N.,  master  of  the 

Albion  Tavern,  Ludgate  Hill. 
„    16.     William  Edward  Wallis,  aged  10,  son  of  James  W.,  book- 
seller, Newgate  Street. 

In  the  Presentation  "  Charles  "  Edward  "VV. 


1814 


Jan.     2.     Mathew    William    King,    aged    10,    son   of    George    K., 
engraver,  No.  6,  Red  Lion  Passage,  Fleet  Street. 
„    27.     Isaac  Thomas  Thompson,  aged  16,  son  of  Thomas  T.,  gent, 
detenu  in  France. 
Cecil  James  Lucas,  aged  10,  son  of  Carr  Ellison  L.,  apothe- 
cary, Hatfield,  Herts. 
Feb.     7.     Albert   Charles    Attwood,   aged    11,    son   of    Thomas   A., 
organist.  Lower  Eaton  Street,  Grosvenor  Square. 
„    14.     George  William  Bartley,  aged  11,  son  of  George  B.,  clerk 
in  the  Ordnance  Office,  Tower. 
John  Samuel  Mountford,  aged  8,  son  of  John  M.,  surgeon, 

Gloucester  Street,  Queen  Square. 
Robert  Saxton,  aged   11,  son  of  William  S.,  gent,  Wey- 
mouth. 
Daniel  Lay,  aged  11,  son  of  Daniel  L,  solicitor,  Finsbury 
Square. 
,,     26.     George    Bridgman,     aged    13,    son    of    — ,    confectioner, 
Vere  Street,  Oxford  Road, 


i8i4]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  2J9 

AdmUtal. 

Mar.     1.     William  Williams,  aged  9,  son  of  William  W.,  coachmaker, 
Margaret  Street,  Cavendish  Square. 

Pauliue  P^xhibitionor,  1825  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  18'25  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1829  ;  M.A.  183i. 

„      4.     Abraham  Deller,  aged  13,  son  of  Abraham  D.,  excise  officer, 

George  Street  Blackfriars. 
„       9.     Henry   Thomas    Hall,   aged   10,   son  of  Joseph   H.,   Shoe 

Lane,  Fleet  Street, 
„     15.     Septimus  Ollivant,  aged  8,  son  of  William  0.,  navy  office, 

8,  Ely  Place. 
Went  to  America  ;  now  dead  (1880). 

„  IG.  Josiah  Pratt,  aged  11,  son  of  Josiah  P.,  clergyman, 
22,  Doughty  Street,  Guildford  Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1821  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ; 
r.A.  (Senior  Op.  and  2nd  Class  Classics),  1825  ;  M.A.  1828  ;  Vicar 
of  St.  Stephen,  Coleman  Street,  1844-79  ;  died  January  28,  1883. 

„    19.     Thomas  Wilkinson,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  auctioneer, 

Bread  Street. 
„     25.     Thomas  Fleming,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  F.,  clerk,  Dept- 
ford  Dock  Yard,  Deptford. 
*  William  Hockin,  aged  16. 

Left  in  1817  ;  Exeter  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  1820;  M.A.  1862; 
Vicar  of  Blackawton,  Devon,  1834  ;  Chaplain  to  Devon  and  Exeter 
Hospital,  1841  ;  author  of  several  sermons  and  tracts,  &c. 

Apr,.  18.     Peter  Brett  Bull,  aged  10,  son  of  William  B.,  solicitor, 
Aylesbury,  Bucks. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1822  ;  Queen's  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1825. 

William    Bull,    aged    11,    son    of  William    B,,    solicitor, 

Aylesbury,  Bucks. 
Frederick  Pennington,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  hop  and 

brandy  merchant,  St.  John  Street,  West  Smithfield. 
Thomas  Griffiths,  aged  8,  son  of  John  G.,  gent.  Church 

Street,  Kensington. 
„    20.     Thomas  Wood,  aged  12,  son  of  — ,  farmer,  Worplesdon, 

Surrey.  * 
Thomas  Lyttleton  Holt,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  Lyttleton 

H.,  gent,  14,  Charlotte  Street,  Bloomsbury. 

He  spelt  his  name  Littleton  ;  Surgeon  at  Hendon  ;  died  1881. 

H.  J.  Hastings,  Ccqiitaneo. 

Admitted  January  22,  1810. 

May     9,     James  Johnston,  aged  11,   son  of  Robert  J.,  apothecary, 
Greek  Street,  Soho. 

Left  1820;  Solicitor,  admitted  1829  (Johnston  and  Jackson); 
Deputy  Lieutenant  for  Middlesex  ;  died  1879. 

„  16.  Benjamin  Price  Williams,  aged  11,  son  of  John  W., 
attorney,  of  Penton  Place,  Pentonville. 

„  19.  Charles  Stedman  Cobham,  aged  13,  son  of  Charles  C, 
musician,  Judge  Street,  Brunswick  Square. 


250  SCHOLARS  OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1814 


1814-1837 
High  Master  JOHN  SLEATH. 

AYadham  College,  Oxford;  Scholar,  1785  ;  B.A.  1789  ;  M.A.  1793  ;  B.  and  D.D. 
1814  ;  resigned  October  10,  1837  ;  Prebendary  of  Mora  in  St.  Paul's  Cathedral ; 
died  April  30,  1847,  aged  79  ;  and  was  buried  in  the  crypt  of  St.  Paul's. 

Swrmastcr  KiCHARD  Edwards  (continued). 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School,  see  Admissions,  September  21,  1770  ;  resigned 
Christmas,  1823. 

Sarmaster  1823       William  A.  C.  Durham. 

Chrislinas. 
Educated   at   St.    Paul's   School,    see   Admissions,  February  23,    1786 ;    resigned 
November  7,  1837. 

Usher  William  A.  C.  Durham  {continued). 

Uaher  1824      James  Cooper. 

January  9. 
Educated    at   St.    Paul's  ^School,    see   Admissions,    August    11,     1804 ;    resigned 
Christmas,  1861. 

^Assistanttothe  \     ^g^^       j^^^  ^^^^^^^  ^^^^ 
Higli  Master.    ) 

Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1809  ;  M.A.  1813  ;  died  1852.," 

MatliematicalX      ^gg.       j^mes  Cooper. 
Master       j 

September  17. 
The  Usher ;  he  was  appointed  to  teach  Mathematics  to  the  Seventh  and  Eighth 
Classes. 

SCHOLAES. 
H.  J.  Hastings,  Capitanco. 

Admitted  Jamiary  22,  1810. 
AdmUted. 

Aug.  18.     Markland  Barnard,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  Markland  B., 
gent.  East  India  Buildings. 

Captain,  1821-22  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  B.A.  1826  ;  M.A.  1829  ;  Deacou  and  Priest,  1826  ;  Vicar  of 
Colney,  Herts,  1826  ;  Rural  Dean  of  Barnet  ;  Master  of  the  Mercers' 
Company,  1864,  and  Surveyor-Accountant  of  St.  Paul's  School, 
1864  ;  one  of  the  Governing  Body  of  St.  Paul's  School. 

1  This  appointment  was  constituted  by  the  Court  of  Assistants  May  5,  1814. 


iSi4]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  251 

Admitted. 

Aug.  20,     Edward  Bloxsome,  aged  13,  son  of  Edward  B.,  solicitor, 
Dursley,  Gloster. 
„     22.     Joseph  Hemington  Harris,  aged  13,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  gent, 
Rodney  Street,  Pentonville. 

Left  iu  1818  ;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  migrated  to  Clare 
Hall  ;  B.A.  (5th  Wrangler)  1822  ;  M.A.  1825  ;  D.D.  (Lambeth) 
1829  ;  Fellow  of  Clare,  1824  ;  ordained  Deacon,  1824  ;  Priest,  1825  ; 
Principal  of  Upper  Canada  College,  Toronto,  1829-38  ;  Vicar  of  Tor 
Mohun,  1848-79  ;  author  of  The  Baptismal  Covenant ;  or,  Lectures  to 
Candidates  for  Confirmation  ;  died  1881. 

Henry    Hemington    Harris,    aged    10,  son  of  Joseph  H., 
gent,  Rodney  Street,  Pentonville. 

Left  in  1818  ;  admitted  Solicitor  ;  practised  at  Cambridge  ;  Mayor 
of  Cambridge,  1853-54,  and  again  1862-63  ;  died  1873. 

Henry   John   Shackleton    (Shackelton),    aged    11,    son   of 

Thomas  S.,  seedfactor,  Bush  Hill,  Enfield. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1823  ;  B.A. 
1827  ;  M  A.  1830  ;  Vicar  of  Plumstead,  1828-53  ;  of  Rothley, 
Leicester,  1853-69  ;  died  1869. 

Henry  Edward  Schedil  (Schedel),  aged  10,  son  of  Henry 
Lewis  S.,  merchant,  Earl  Street,  Blackfriars. 
Sept.   3.     Oswald    Bloxsome,  aged   12,  son  of  Edward  B.,  solicitor, 
Dursley,  Gloster. 
„     12.     Henry  Thomas  Hurle,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  surveyor, 
Harpur  Street,  Red  Lion  Square. 
Oct.     8.     George  Innes,  aged  11,   son   of   Charles  I.,  linen  draper, 
192,  Fleet  Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  1822;  B.A.  (3rd 
Class  Classics)  1826  ;  M.A.  1831. 

„      9.     Thomas  James  Arnold,  aged  11,  son  of  Samuel  James  A., 
gent,  31,  Golden  Square. 

Was  called  to  the  Bar  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  1829  ;  appointed  Police 
Magistrate  for  the  Metropolis  at  Worship  Street,  1847  ;  removed  to 
Westminster,  August,  1851  ;  F.R.S.  ;  F.L.S.  ;  author  of  Municipal 
Corporations,  Duties  of  a  Justice  of  Peace  out  of  Session,  and  other 
works  ;  he  died  1877  ;  Chairman  O.P.  Dinner,  1867. 

„    10.     Christopher  Keating,  aged  11,  son  of  William  A.  K.,  clerk, 

Madras. 
„     11.     Charles  Taunton,  aged  7,  son  of  John  T.,  surgeon,  Greville 

Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
„     13.     George  Aulay  Macaulay,  aged  11,   son  of  Richard  Aulay 

M.,  clerk,  Rotheley,  Leicester. 

St.  George's  Hospital,  London  ;  M.R.C.S.E.  ;  died  1854. 

„    15.     James  Soames,  aged  11,  son  of  Nathaniel  S.,  shoemaker, 
Ludgate  Hill. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1822  ;  Corpus  Cbristi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner  ;  B.A.  1826  ;  died  December  29,  1879,  aged  77. 

„    20.     William  Benoni  White,  aged  11,  son  of  William  Warburton 

B.,  artist,  Brownlow  Street,  Holborn. 
„    28.     Edward  James  Townsend,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  Smith  T., 

solicitor,  Bow  Lane,  Cheapside. 
Nov.    8.     Charles  Morley,  aged  10,  son  of  William  M.,  cornfactor, 

38,  Broad  Street  Buildings. 


252  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1814 

Admitted. 

Nov.  11.     Joseph  Charles  Philpot,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  P.,  rector 
of  Ptipple,  Kent. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1820,  "W'orcester  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  1824 
(First  Class,  Litt.  Hum.) ;  M.A.  1827. 


1815 

Jan.  30.     Frederick  Cuthbert  Beresford  Earle,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph 
E.,  merchant.  Old  Change. 

Pauline  Exhiliitioner,  1821,  St.  Jolin's  College,  Camliridije  ; 
B.A.  1825  (Senior  Op.  and  Third  Class  Classics);  accidentally  killed  at 
areview  atShooter's  Hill,  being  shot  througlithe  body  with  a  ramrod. 

Feb.  11.     Howard   Nethercote   Egan,   aged    12,    son  of  Howard  E. 

(deceased),  of  Bartletts  Buildings. 
Terence    Cornelius   Egan,    aged    10,   son    of    Howard   E. 

[deceased),  of  Bartletts  Buildings. 
„     1-i.     Edward  Clutterbuck,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  C,  physician. 

New  Bridge  Street,  Blackfriars. 
Mar.  11.     William  Baron  Bulkeley,  aged  11,  son  of  William  Fisber 

B.,  late  Lieutenant,  Kimbolton  Street,  Fulham. 
Apr.  17.     Frederick    James    Halliday,    aged    8,   son  of  Thomas   H., 

merchant,  13,  Upper  Bedford  Place. 

Left  in  1822,  and  proceeded  to  Haileybuiy  (1824)  and  thence  to 
Calcutta  College  where  he  distinguished  himself  in  Oriental  Litera- 
ture ;  entered  the  H.E.  LC.S.,  and  after  holding  various  posts,  became 
Lieut. -Governor  of  Bengal  (1854-59),  during  the  Mutiny;  K.C.B. 
1860  ;  Member  of  the  Council  of  India  ;  Chairman  of  the  Old  Pauline 
Dinner,  1865  and  1875  ;  President  of  the  Old  Pauline  Club,  1883. 

F.  GooDE,  Cetpitanco. 

Admitted  May  3,  1809. 

April  8.     Wilford    Bulkley,    aged    11,    son   of    William    Fisher   B., 
merchant,  Fulham. 
„    29.     G.  Edward  W.  D.  Vaidieytheusen,  aged  11,  son  of  Gerard 
Levinge  V.,  barrister-at-law.  No.  5,  Southampton  Street, 
Strand. 

Entered  the  Indian  Army  (24tli  Bengal  Native  Infantry),  Ensign, 
1821  ;  Lieutenant,  1824  ;  Captain,  1837  ;  rose  to  the  rank  of  Major, 
and  retired  in  1845  ;  died  1879. 

May     9.     Charles  James  Berridge  Aldis,  aged  7,  son  of  Charles  A., 
surgeon,  45,  Nelson  Square. 

Elected  to  a  PauMne  Exhibition,  1827  ;  transferred  to  Campden 
Exhibition,  1829,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1831;  M.B. 
1832;  M.A.  1834  ;  M.D.  ;  F.C.P.  London;  Hon.  Consulting  Physi- 
cian to  London  Hospital ;  died  1872  ;  author  of  Medical  Properties  of 
Iodine  ;  made  the  last  Harveian  Oration  in  Latin,  as  Scholar  of  the 
College  of  Physicians. 

„     10.     Ernest  Beaumont,  aged  11,  son  of  John  Thomas  Baber  B., 
esquire,  Southampton  Street. 
John  Beaumont,  aged  9,  son  of  John  Thomas  Baber  B., 
esquire,  Southampton  Street. 
County  Fire  Office,  London. 


i8i5]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  253 

Admitted, 

May  22.     Francis   Neate   Walsh,   aged    9,  son   of  Joseph  W.,   law 

stationer,  Temple. 
June    2.     James  Sheridine  Greenwell,  aged  11,  son  of  James  Hugo 
G.,  solicitor,  24,  Bentinck  Street. 
„      8.     Charles  William  Moore,  aged  8,  son  of  Charles  M.,  timber 

yard,  Messrs.  Lett's,  Lambeth. 
,,    12.     George  Parry,  aged  8,  son  of  George  P.,  taylor,  Gt.  St.  Helens. 
„    16.     Benjamin   Blades  Thomson   (Thompson),   aged  10,  son  of 
Benjamin  T.,  gent,  11,  York  Buildings,  New  Road. 
Benjamin  Harman,  aged   13,   son  of  Abraham  H.,  gent 
23,  Queen's  Row,  Walworth. 
Aug.  15.     John  Williams,  aged  15,  son  of — ,  widow,  35,  Essex  Street. 
„    19.     Henry  Slade,  aged  11,  son  of  — ,  late  Captain  5th  Regt.  of 

Infantry,  Soho  Square. 
„    21.     William  Jones,  aged  10,  son  of  Stephen  J.,  gent. 
„    26.     Thomas    Kinersley,  aged    12,  son  of  Walter   K.,   feather 
merchant,  Coppice  Row. 
Sept.    4.     George    Nelson   Absolom,    aged    10,    son    of    George   A., 
grocer,  Blackheath. 

Was  unable  to  euter  a  profession  in  consequence  of  ill-healtli  ;  died 
183i. 

William  Brown,  aged  8,  son  of  John  Aquila  B.,  plated 
ware  dealer,  8,  Castle  Street,  Falcon  Square. 

„  5.  Willes  Henry  Lowe,  aged  12,  son  of  James  L.,  clerk  in 
India  House,  Queen  Street,  Bloomsbury. 

„  11.  William  John  Copeland,  aged  11,  son  of  William  C, 
surgeon,  Chigwcll,  Essex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1824,  Trinity  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  1829; 
M.A.  1831  ;  elected  to  a  Fellowship  and  presented  by  the  College  to 
the  living  of  Farnhani,  Essex,  18i9  ;  B.D.  1840. 

„  13.  Edward  Morton  Earle,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  E.,  merchant, 
Harrow. 

„    15.     Thomas  Penny,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  Newton  P.,  lace 
merchant,  132,  Cheapside. 
Oct.     9.     William  Hewson,  aged  10,  son  of  William  H.,  clerk,  Totten- 
ham Court  New  Road. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1826,  St.  Jolm's,  Cambridge  ;  P..A.  1830  ; 
M.A.  1833  ;  Vicar  of  Goatland,  Yorkshire;  died  circa  1870;  author 
of  The  Christian's  Biltlc,  The  Oblation  and  Temple  of  EzckicVs  Pro- 
phetic Vision. 

Charles  Coles  Jenkin,  aged  7,  son  of  George  J.,  merchant. 
„    24.     Joseph  Edward  Hennah,  aged  8,  son  of  — ,  tea  merchant, 

23,  Arundel  Street,  Strand. 
„    28.     Samuel    Fremont    Wa,rd,    aged    11,    son    of    Henry    W., 

126,  Curtain  Road,  Mooriields. 
Nov.    8.     Thomas   Hantel    Romer,    aged    7,    son    of    Stephen    R., 

diamond  merchant,  33,  Charles  Street,  Hatton  Garden. 
„    13.     Horace  (Horatio)  Nelson  Hughes,  aged  10,  son  of  William 

H.,  engraver,  8,  Red  Lion  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
„    22.     Frederick  Jonas  (Jones),  aged  8,  son  of  John  J.,  attorney, 

Ball  Court,  Giltspur  Street. 


254  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1815 

Admitted. 

Dec.     6.     John  Williams  Frost,  aged  18,  son  of  John  F.,  merchant, 
Red  Cross  Street. 
Robert  Gosling,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  G.,  gent,  Richmond. 


1816 

Jan.   29.     George  Richard  Johnson,  aged  8,  son  of  John  J.,  assayer, 
7,  Maiden  Lane,  Wood  Street. 
„    30.     Nehemiah  Bartley,  aged  9,  son  of  George  B.,   Ordnance 
Office,  Tower. 
Thomas  Sutton,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  S.,  stock  broker, 
Highgate. 
Feb.     7.     Thomas  James  Parsons,  aged  13,  son  of  James  P.,  gent, 
Bricksworth,  Northants. 
,,    17.     William  Aldwin  Soames,  aged  11,  son  of  Nath.  Soames, 
shoemaker,  9,  Ludgate  Street. 

Captain,  1824-25  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1825  ;  B.A.  Senior  Op.  and  First  Class 
Classics,  Chancellor's  Medallist,  1829  ;  M.A.  1832  ;  Vicar  of  Green- 
wich ;  Rural  Dean  and  Prebendary  of  Wedland  in  St.  Paul's,  1847. 

Mar.    1.     Charles  Griffith  (Griffiths),  aged  11,  son   of  Charles   G., 
clergyman,  Brecknock. 

Left  in  1817,  to  enter  the  Foundation  at  Charterhouse  ;  afterwards 
at  Chi-ist  Church,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1827  ;  M.A.  1830  ;  Rector  of  Tal- 
achddu  and  Prebendary  of  'Treflodan  in  St.  David's  Cathedral ;  Sun'o- 
gate  and  Rural  Dean. 

„    19.     Thomas  Charles  Barton,  aged  8,  son  of  Charles  B.,  lieut.- 
genl.,  Mountague  Place,  Portman  Square. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1826,  Corpus  Cliristi  College,  Cambridge ; 
B.A.  1830. 

„    28.     John  Amelius  Mayor,  aged  8,  son  of  Mathew  James  M. 
{deceased),  30,  Wilderness  Lane,  Salisbury  Square. 
Apr.  22.     John  Lens  Brown,  aged  9,  son  of  William  B.,  merchant, 
Northampton. 
John  Brine,  aged  7,  son  of  John  B.,  physician,  18,  Soho  Sq. 
„    24.     John  George  Gillingham,  aged  9,  son  of  John  G.,  dancing 
master,  19,  Rolls  Buildings,  Fetter  Lane. 
Disney  Robinson,   aged   11,   son   of  Richard    George    R., 
clergyman,  3,  Newhall  Street,  Birmingham. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1823,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  Gower 
Exhibitioner,  1826 ;  B.A.  1828  ;  M.A.  1831  ;  Perpetual  Curate  of 
Wooley,  Yorkshire  ;  author  of  The  Law  and  the  Gospel,  The  Christian's 
Privilege,  The  Shield  of  Truth,  &c.  ;  died  1868. 

J.   A.    L.    Barnard,   aged    8,    son   of    John    Lockhart   B., 

merchant,  Dieppe. 
William   Frederick   Powell,    aged   11,  son  of   Richard  P., 

physician,  7,  Bedford  Place. 

Peterhouse,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1827  ;  M.A.  1830  ;  Vicar  of  Ciren- 
cester, Gloucester;  Hon.  Canon  of  Gloucester,  1854. 

John    Evans,  aged    9,  son    of   John    E.,  dancing    master, 

Coach  Makers  Hall. 


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A.  Ollivant,  Capitanco. 

Admitted  October  1,   1809. 
Admitted. 

May     6.     William  John  Box,    aged  11,    son  of    John  B.,    surgeon, 
29,  Ludgate  Street. 
„    23.     George  Isaac  Pratt,  aged  11,   son  of  Isaac  P.,   stationer, 

10,  Bouverie  Street. 
„    31.     Robert  William  Dibdin,  aged  10,  son  of  Charles  D.,  literary 
compositor,  Sadlers  Wells. 

St.  John's  College.  Cambridge,  B.A.  1833  ;  M.A.  1838  ;  Minister  of 
West  Street  Chapel,  St.  Giles-in-the-Fields,  London  ;  Author  of 
Sermons,  Life  of  Edward  VI.,  The  Village  Rectory,  &c. 

June  10.     George  Gwilt,  aged  12,  son  of  George  G.,  architect,  Union 
Street,  Borough. 
„    17.     John  Watney,  aged  11,  son  of  Daniel  W.,  miller,  Mitcham. 

Left  in  1818  ;  Master  of  Mercers'  Company,  1852  ;  Surveyor- 
Accountant  of  St.  Paul's  School,  1853  ;  died  1875. 

Aug.  12.     Lucius    Bentinck,    Lord    Viscount    Falkland,    ao'ed    12, 
75,  Edgware  Road. 

Was  withdrawn  soon  after  admission  with  a  view  to  his  education 
for  the  army  ;  was  sent  to  a  Military  College,  and  became  subsequently 
a  Privy  Councillor,  Lord  in  Waiting  and  Grand  Cross  of  Hanoverian 
Guelphic  Order ;  created  Baron  Hunsdon  of  Scutterskelfe,  York,  1832  ; 
Captain  of  the  Yeomen  of  the  Guard  ;  Governor  of  Bombay. 

William  Antony  Simpson,  aged  11,  son  of  John  S.,  clerk, 
Baldock,  Herts. 

Died  December  26,  1816. 

„    17.     Henry  Wright,  aged  14,  with  the  Rev.  Dr.  Maddy,  Argyle 

Street. 
„    23.     Thomas  Rice  Steel,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  law  stationer, 

12,  Chancery  Lane. 
Sept.    9.     George  Dent  Johnson,  aged  7,  son  of  George  J.,  surgeon, 

John  Street,  America  Square. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1829  ;  St.  John's  College,  Oxford,  B.A.  1832  ; 
3rd  class  (Litt.  Hum.)  ;  entered  St.  George's  Hospital  with  a  view  to 
M.D.  degree,  but  died  1835. 

Edward    Rye,    aged    13,    wine    merchant,  14,  Glasshouse 
Street. 
Nov.    1.     Williams  Hockin,  aged  11,  son  of  William  H.,  clergyman, 
Phillack,  Cornwall. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1823  ;  Caius  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1827  ; 
Solicitor,  practised  at  Penzance  and  Truro,  Cornwall  ;  died  1874. 


1817 

Jan.  27.     William  Powis,  aged  10,  son  of  William  P.,  clerk  in  bank, 
Wellington  Street,  Pentonville. 
„    28.     William    Henry   Bloxsome,  aged    7,  son    of   Edward    B., 
solicitor,  Dursley,  Gloster. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1828  ;  Wadham  College,  Oxford,  B.A.  1832  ; 
M.A.  1834  ;  Ordained  Deacon,  1832  ;  Priest,  1833  ;  Rector  of  Staun- 
ton (with  Snowshill),  Gloucester  ;  died  1877. 


256  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1817 

Admitted. 

Jan.  29.     William    Barnard    Clarke,  aged    10,  son    of    Edward    C, 

solicitor,  Great  Ormond  Street. 
Feb.    4.     Joseph  Welsh,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  W.,  surgeon,  12,  Lower 
Street,  Islington. 
„       G.     James    Cathrow,    aged    11,    son    of    George    C,    brewer, 
Hoddesdon. 
John  Goodman  Maxwell,  aged  14,  son  of — ,  widow,  Harford, 
Huntingdon. 
Caius  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1824  ;  M.A.  1827. 

Mar.     3.     Claude  Adolphus  Roberts,  aged  11,  son    of   William  E.., 
barrister,  Lincolns  Inn. 

29tli  Madras  N.I.  ;  Lieutenant,  1825  ;  Captain,  18-36  ;  Deputy  Judge 
Advocate  General,  1830. 

Apr.   14.     Thomas    Wood,  aged    9,  son    of    Thomas    W.,  dissenting 
minister,  11,  Goswell  Terrace. 
„    16.     Martin  John  Loyd,  aged  11,  son  of  Edmund  L.,  bookseller, 
Harley  Street. 

St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1829  ;  M.A.  1834  ;  Rector  of 
Depden,  Suffolk. 

F.  Walsh,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  March  26,  1810. 

May     5.     Frederick  Tatham,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  T.,  architect. 
Queen  Street,  May  Fair. 
„       6.     Edward  Penrice,  aged  9,  son  of  George  P.,  farmer,  Salford, 
Warwick. 

"Was  brought  up  for  the  Medical  Profession  but  never  practised  ; 
died  1878. 

„      9.     Clement  Sneyd,  aged  11,  son  of  Wetenhall  S.,  clergyman, 

Newchurch,  Isle  of  Wight. 
James  Fontaine,  aged  11,  son  of   James  F.,   ironmonger. 

Middle  Row,  Holborn. 
,     12.     Sumner   Williams,  aged    10,  son    of  John   W.,  stationer, 

CornhiU. 
„    19.     Frederick  Grueber  Lugard,  aged  9,  son  of  John  L.,  captain 

in  Army,  Military  Asylum,  Chelsea. 

Pauline  Exliibitioner,  1828  ;  (afterwards  transferred  to  Campden 
Exhibition,  1829  :)  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  B.A.  1831  ;  M.A.  1856  ; 
Chaplain  in  India  (Madras  Presidency),  1837 — 1864  ;  Rector  of 
St.  Clements,  "Worcester,  1865  ;  "\^icar  of  Norton,  "Worcester,  1875. 

Auo-.    5.     John  Clarke  Haden,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  surgeon, 
Derby. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1824  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge, 
(Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1824)  ;  B.A.  1828  ;  M.A.  1831  ;  Minor  Canon  of 
St.  Paul's  ;  Priest  in  ordinary  to  the  Queen  ;  Rector  of  Hutton,  Essex, 
1839  ;  Precentor  of  Westminster  Abbey  ;  died  1869. 

„    22.     Thomas  Handasyde,  aged  8,  son  of  Gilbert  H.,  ironfounder, 
Bankside,  Surry. 
Sept.  13.     William  Grove  Bartlett,  aged  10,  son  of  Michael  B.,  surgeon, 
St.  John  Street. 


i8i7]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  257 

Ad7)iU(cd. 

Oct.    15.     George  Levick,  aged  10,  son  of  George  L.,  umbrella  maker, 
St.  Martins-le-Grand. 
„     18.     Frederick  James  Burgmann,  aged  9,  son  of  Sir  George  B., 
Appledore,  Devon. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1827  ;  Ti-inity  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1831  ; 
Third  Class  Classicg. 

„    29.     Thomas  Wilkinson,  aged  10,  son  of  Josiali  W.,  Manchester 
warehouseman,  Lad  Lane. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1826  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perrv 
Exhibitioner,  1827  ;  B.A.  1830  ;  Senior  Optime  and  First  Cla.ss 
Classics  ;  M.A.  1833  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  Curate  of  Bnxted,  Sussex, 
for  a  short  time  ;  subsequently  resided  at  Trinity  till  his  death  in 
1869. 

1818 

Jan.   28.     Charles    Hilton   Hingeston,   aged    11,   son    of    John   H., 
surgeon,  Coleman  Street. 
„    29.     Joseph  Fallen,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  P.,  auctioneer,  Fore 
Street,  Cripplegate. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1826  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1826  ;  B.A.  1330  ;  Sixth  Wrangler  ;  M.A.  1833 
Fellow  of  Corpus;  Vicar  of  St.  Benet's,  Cambridge;  B.D.  1841 
Professor  of  Astronomy  in  Gresham  College. 

„    31.     James   Hassall,   aged   11,    son   of    Thomas   H.,   solicitor, 
Liverpool. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1825  (transferred  to  Campden  Exhibitioner, 
1829)  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1829  ;  M.A.  1832  ;  Vicar 
of  St.  John  Baptist,  Toxteth  Park,  Liverpool. 

Feb.    2.     Thomas  Willan,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  gent,  Kingswich, 
Worcester. 
„    11.     Robert  Roberts,  aged  11,  son    of   Robert    R.,  clergyman, 
Stokdoyle,  Oundle. 

Left  young  ;  eventually  proceeded  to  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  B.A.  1830  ;  Rector  of  Wadenhoe,  Northants,  1831  ;  of  Ald- 
wincle,  NorChants,  1838. 

„    16.     Edward  Archer  Tawney,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard  T.,  gent, 
Dumchurch,  Warwick. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1828  (but  did  not  aj)parently  enter  at  either 
University). 

„    23.     Ellis  Goode  Lobb,  aged  11,  son  of  Ellis  Shipley  L.,  hosier, 

Cheapside. 
„    25.     Frederick   Horatio   Bridgman,  aged  11,  son  of  John   B., 

confectioner,  Wigmore  Street. 
April    1.     Paulet  Bray,  aged  7,  son  of   Edward  B.,  solicitor,  Great 

Russell  Street. 

Simeon  John  Boileau,  Capifaneo. 

Admitted  September  20,  1811. 

April    5.     Charles    Cutler,  aged  8,  son    of  Martin    C,  corn  dealer, 
97,  Fleet  Market. 


258  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [iSi8 

Admitted. 

May     6.     Peter    Hingeston,    aged    9,  sou  of  John    H.,  apothecary, 
59,  Coleman  Street. 
John  Stevens  Pullen,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  P.,  auctioneer, 
SO,  Fore  Street,  Cripplegate. 

Auctioneer  ;  died  November  1,  1869. 

„    20.     Oliver   Ormrod    (Ormerod),  aged  11,  son  of   Richard   O., 
ironfounder,  Manchester, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1825  ;  Brasenose  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1829  ; 
M.A.  1832  ;  Rector  of  Presteign,  Radnor,  and  Surrogate  ;  died  1880. 

„     28.     Frederick  Knyvett,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  K.,  paymaster, 
Newport,  Isle  of  Wight. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1825  ;  hut  entered  Indian  army  ;  Ensign  4tli 
Bengal  N.I.  1821  ;  Lieut.  1823  ;  Captain,  1S37. 

June    1.     Arthur  Tatham,  aged    9,  son    of    Charles    Heathcote    T., 
architect.  May  Fair. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1827  ;  Magdalene  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1832  ;  M.A.  1835  ;  Rector  of  Boconoc  with  Broadoak,  Cornwall, 
1832  ;  Prebendary  of  Exeter,  and  Proctor  in  Convocation  ;  J.P.  ;  died 
1874  ;  Author  of  Prayers  for  the  Use  of  Members  of  the  Church  of 
England  during  present  troubles  (1851). 

„      3.     John  Clement  Judge,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  J.,  gent.  Custom 
House. 

One  of  four  brothers  educated  at  St.  Paul's  School,  went  to  America 
and  died  early. 

„       6.     Edward  Pownall,  aged  11,  son  of  John  P.,  solicitor,  32,  Hatton 

Garden. 
„       8.     Thomas  James  Scal^,  aged  9,  son  of  Bernard  S.,  clergyman, 

Braintree,  Essex. 

Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1833  ;  founded  a  large  and  successful 
private  school  at  Twickenham,  where  he  died  about  1867. 

„    15.     Benjamin  Dana   (Daniel)  Walsh,  aged  9,  son  of  Benjamin 
W.,  gent,  Netherborough,  Dorset. 

Captain  1826-27  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner  ;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1828  i  B.A.  1831  ;  Junior  Optiine  and 
First  Class  Classics;  Fellow  of  Trinity;  M.A.  1834;  Translator  of 
Aristophanes. 

„    19.     Edward  Thomas  Cox,  aged  10,  son  of  John  Lewis  C,  printer, 

Great  Queen  Street. 
„    22.     Robert  Coppinger,  aged  9,  son  of  Daniel  C,  gent  (deceased), 

Walworth. 
July     2.     Herbert  Maynard,  aged   10,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  merchant, 

Roduey  Street,  Pentonville. 
„      3.     Thomas  Henry  Steel,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  Jordan  S., 

Treasurer  to  the  Corporation,  Berwick-on-Tweed. 

Captain  1825-26  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner  ;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1826  ;  B.A.  1830  ;  20th'  Wrangler,  and 
second  in  First  Class  Classics  ;  Cham^ellor's  Medallist ;  Fellow  of 
Trinity  ;  Assistant  Classical  JIaster  in  Harrow  School  ;  Vicar  of 
St.  Ippolvts,  Herts,  1837-1857  ;  Classical  Examiner  at  St.  Paul's 
School,  1844-1874  ;  Chaiiman  Old  Pauline  Dinner,  1877  ;  died  1881 ; 
Author  of  Servians  at  ITarroic: 

Sept.    2.     George  Silvanus  Snowden,  aged  9,  son  of  George  S.,  surgeon, 
Ramsgate. 


iSiS]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  2.50 

Jd7nittcd. 

Sept.    2.     John  Poyuder,  aged  9,  son  of  John  P.,  solicitor,  Bridewell 
Hospital. 

Admitted  solicitor  ;  clerk  and  solicitor  to  Bridewell  and  Betlilelum 
Hospitals  ;  died  1845. 

„       9.     Henry  Couchman,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  C,  farmer,  Temple 
Balsall. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1828  (transferred  to  Campden  Exhilntioner, 
1829);  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1832;  M.A.  1835;  died 
January,  1840. 

„    12.     Frederick    Pdchard   Pullen,    aged    9,    son    of   Samuel    P., 

solicitor,  Barbers'  Hall,  Monk  well  Street. 
„    14.     James  Kitchener  Deacon,  aged  9,  son  of  John  D.,  Deputy 
Marshal   of  the    Admiralty,  Stamford    Street,   Black- 
friars. 
Oct.      3.     David  Taylor  Pollock,  aged  9,  son  of  David  P.,  barrister, 
Carey  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields. 
Left  about  1827. 

„     15.     Essex  Holcombe,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H.,  clerk,  Coshieston, 
Pembroke. 

Jesus  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1831  ;  M.A.  1835  ;  Vicar  of  Llanganten 
with  Llangywog,  Brecknock  ;  died  1861. 

,,    30.     Abraham  Henry  North,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  N.,  private 
master,  4,  Session  Street,  Marylebone. 

Left  in  the  Vllth  about  1825  ;  Ensign  30th  Madras  N.L,  1826  ; 
Lieut.  1839  ;  Captain,  1841  ;  died  at  Maugalore,  May  1,  1843. 

Nov.     2.     Charles  Henry  Rundall  (Rundell),  aged  8,  son  .of  Charles 
R.,  military  ordnance  general,  Madras. 
„    23.     Thomas    Foreman   Wilkinson,    aged    9,   son    of    Thomas 
Chambers  W.,  clerk.  Bush  Hill,  Edmonton. 

Entered  military  service,  at  first  under  the  King  of  the  Belgians, 
subsequently  under  Don  Carlos,  died  c.  1852. 

Dec.     3.     John  Wilkinson,  aged  9,  son  of  Josiah  W.,  warehouseman, 
Lad  Lane. 

Left  1824^;  "Went  abroad  as  merchant  to  Para  in  the  Brazils  ;  returned 
to  England  and  became  cashier  at  the  Horse  Shoe  Brewery  (Meux  &  Co. ). 


1819 

Jan.   2.5.     George  Bazell  Lloyd,  aged  11,  son  of  Edmund  L.  (deceased), 
Harley  Street. 
„    28.     Alfred  Ward,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  W.,  merchant,  Alders- 
gate  Street. 
„    29.     George  Roger  Longden,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  L.,  proctor. 
Doctors  Commons. 

Proctor  and  solicitor  ;  Deputy  Registrar,  Archdeaconry   Court   of 
Surrey  ;  died  1880. 

Feb,     1.     Edward  John  Cathrow,  aged  9,  son   of  George   C,  brewer, 
Hoddesdon,  Herts. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1828  ;   Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1830;  B.A.  1832;  M.A.  1836. 

s2 


260  SOHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1819 

Admitted. 

Mar.  11.     Jonathan  Palmer,  aged  9,  son  of  Benjamin  P.,  upholsterer, 

177,  Piccadilly. 
,,     15.     John  Povah,  aged   11,  son  of  John  P.,  butcher,  Red  Lion 

Street,  Holborn. 
„    16.     George  Wood,  aged  14,  son  of  George  W.,  cheesemonger, 

Thames  Street. 
„    23.     John  Randolph  Rose,  aged  7,   son  of  John  R.,  solicitor, 

Grays  Inn. 
„     27.     Robert    Brotherton   Upton,   aged    11,   son   of  James   U., 

apothecary,  Throgmorton  Street. 

Admitted  Solicitor  ;  Clerk  to  the  Company  of  Apothecaries  ;  Member 
of  the  Council  of  the  Incorporated  Law  Society  ;  died  1872. 

April    1.     Henry  Burgess  Whitaker  Churton,  aged  8,  son  of  Raljih 
C,  rector,  Middleton  Chain,  Norts. 

Left  St.  Paul's  School  for  the  Charterhouse,  1822  ;  Balliol  College, 
Oxford;  B.A.  1831;  M.A.  183.5;  First  Class  (Litt.  Hum.),  1831; 
Fellow  of  Brasenose  ;  Pusey  and  Ellerton  Scholar,  1835  ;  Preacher  at  the 
Charterhouse,  1842-44  ;  Vicar  of  Icklesham,  Sussex,  1844  ;  Examining 
Chaplain  to  the  Bishop  of  Chichester  ;  Prebendary  of  Colworth  (Chi- 
chester) ;  Author  of  The  Land  of  the  Morning,  1851  ;  GcrMrd's  Medi- 
tations (translated  and  edited  jointly  with  the  Rev.  H.  Highton  of 
Rugby),  1840  ;  Texts  for  Students,  Parts  L  and  IL,  1840-41  ;  Vestrtj 
Prayers  before  and  after  Service,  (Hatchard),  1869 ;  part  of  the 
Society  for  Promoting  Christian  Knowledge  Commentary,  Haggai, 
Zechariah,   and  Malachi. 

„      5.     Edward  Augustus  Day,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  D.,  attorney- 

at-law.  Chancery  Lane. 
„    19.     Robert  Dell,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  D.,  wine  merchant, 

Aylesbury. 

Left  young  and  went  to  Dr.  Hamilton's  School,  Hemel  Hempstead, 

subsequently  a  wine  merchant  at  Aylesbury,  where  he  was  Chairman 

of  Bedford's  Charity  ;  died  1859  ;  Author  of  The  Blessed  Hope. 

Henry    Jeaffreson,    aged    9,    son    of    John    J.,    surgeon, 
Islington. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1828  ;  Pembroke  College,  Cambridge  ; 
M.B.  1833;  M.L.  1836;  M.D.  1838;  F.R.C.S.  London;  died 
December  7,  1866. 

„    21.     Alfred  Beaumont,  aged  7,  son  of  John  Thomas  Barber  B., 
esquire,  Southampton  Street. 

L.  GwYNNE,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  March  25,  1812. 

May  11.     William  Mackey,  aged  11,  son  of  George  M.,  major,  Glasgow. 
„    17.     James  Brace  Alexander,  aged  8,  son  of  James  Wadman  A., 
clergyman,  Rayne,  Essex. 

Trinity  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1834;  M.A.  1837. 

„    21.     Samuel  Crowther,  aged  7,  son  of  Samuel  C,  clergyman,  Ely 
Place,  Holborn. 
June    7.     Frederick  Bissextile  Smith,    aged    11,  son    of  James    S., 
.solicitor,  Austin  Friars. 
Edward   Mountford,   aged   11,   son    of   John  M.,  surgeon, 
Gloucester  Street,  Queen  Square. 


iSi9]  SCHOLARS    OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  2G1 

Admitted. 

June    8.     Joseph  Wilkinson,  aged  9,  son  of  Josiali  W.,  warehouseman, 

Lad  Lane. 

Left  in  1824  to  enter  the  employ  of  Messrs.    Leaf,  Old  Cliange  ; 

died  1856. 

„     11.     William  Rustridge  Holmes,  aged  9,  son  of  William  H., 
solicitor,  Bedfosd  Row. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1829  ;  Magdalene  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1833  ;  M.A.  1836. 

,,  14.     John  Couchman,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  C.,  farmer,  Temple 
Balsall. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1829;  Clare  Hall,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1833; 
Junior  Op.  and  Thii'd  Class  Classics  ;  M.A.  1837  ;  Rector  of  Thornby, 
Warwickshire. 

July    3.     Edward  Devey,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  Whiteing  D.,  agent. 

South  Shields,  Durham. 
Aug.  31.     John    Gatty    Hopkins,    aged    9,  son    of  John   Gattey  H., 

dancing  master,  Love  Lane. 
Charles  Tanqueray,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward   T.,  clergyman, 

Tingrith,  Beds. 

Head  of  the  Bloomsbury  Distillery  (Charles  Tanqueray  &  Co.)  ; 
died  1865. 

Sept.  8.     William  Wallace,  aged  9,  son  of  Job  Marple  W.,  clergyi^an. 
Great  Braxted,  Essex. 

Entered  at  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge,  but  being  elected 
Rustat  Scholar  migrated  to  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1833  ; 
Rector  of  Thorpe  Abbots,  Norfolk,  1838  ;  died  1868. 

,,    17.     James  Clarke,  aged  8,  son  of  Charles  Edward  C,  surgeon, 

Pimlico. 
„    29.     John  Hutton  Cooper,  aged  9,  son  of  William  Cook  C,  clerk, 
Wood  Street,  Cheapside. 
George  Kennett  Pollock,  aged  9,  son  of  David  P.,  barrister, 
Cary  Street. 

Left  about  1829  ;  Admitted  solicitor  ;  solicitor  to  the  Gas  Light  and 
Coke  Company. 

Oct.     1.     John  Edward"  Kempe,  aged  9,  son  of  Alfred  John  K.,  gent, 
Bromley,  Kent. 

Pauline  -Exhibitioner,  1829;  Clare  Hall,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1833; 
Senior  Op.  and  First  Class  Classics  ;  Fellow  of  Clare  ;  M.A.  1837  ; 
Vicar  of  St.  Barnabas,  Kensington  ;  Rector  of  St.  James',  Westminster, 
1853  ;  Prebendary  of  Chamberlainswood  in  St.  Paul's  Cathedral,  1861; 
Chaplain  in  Ordinary  to  H.M.,  1864  ;  Proctor  in  Convocation  and 
Rural  Dean. 

„      3.     Joseph  Williams  Blaksley  (Blakesley),  aged  11,  son  of  late 
J.  G.  B.,  factor,  Blackwell  Hill,  Greenwich. 

Captain,  1826-27  (awarded  a  special  Exhibition  on  recommendation 
of  the  Examiners)  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  Stock  Ex- 
hibitioner, 1827  ;  Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1829  ;  migrated  to  Trinity  ; 
B.A.  1831  ;  Senior  Op.  and  Third  in  First  Class  Classics  ;  Chancellor's 
Medallist  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity  ;  M.A.  1834  ;  Tutor  of  Trinity,  1839  ; 
Select  Preacher,  1840-43  ;  Vicar  of  Ware,  1845  ;  Classical  Examiner 
to  University  of  London,  1850  ;  B.D.  1850  ;  Canon  of  Canterbury, 
1863;  Dean  of  Lincoln,  1872  ;  Master  of  the  Mercers'  Company,  1854, 
and  one  of  the  Governors  of  St.  Paul's  School  ;  Author  of  The  Life  of 
Aristotle,  The  Majesty  of  the  Law,  The  Di^spcvsation  of  Paganism, 
Christian  Evidences,  The  IV ay  of  Peace,  Herodotus  {Bibl.  Clussica),  kc 


262  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1S19 

Admitted. 

Oct.    23.     William  Ballantine,  aged  7,  son  of  William  B.,  barrister, 
Serjeants  Inn,  Fleet  Street. 

Barrister,  Inner  Temple,  called  June  183i  ;  Serjeant,  November 
1856  ;  produced  his  llcmirwccnccs  in  1882. 

,,     26.     Francis    Warren,    aged    9,    son    of    Dawson    W.,   clerk, 
Edmonton. 
Nov.  10.     Isaac  William   North,  aged   9,  son  of  Henry  N.,  private 
master,  Tavistock  Square,  Bloomsbury. 

Captain,  1827-29  ;  Canipden  Exhibitioner  ;  Trinity  College, 
Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1833  ;  Junior  Op.  and  Second  Class  Classics  ; 
M.  A.  1836  ;  Vicar  of  Holy  Trinity,  Greenwich  ;  Chairman  Old  Pauline 
Dinner,  1871  ;  died  1881  ;  Author  of  A  Week  in  Scilly,  and  Sermons. 

Dec.  10.     Henry  Townsend  Geary,  aged  9,  son  of  William  G.,  clerk, 
11,  White  Lion  Street,  Spitalfields. 
„    16.     Handle  Piatt,  a'^ed  9,  son  of  Samuel  P.,  lawyer,  Kepple 

Street,  Russell  Square. 
„    17.     Augustus    Roots,    aged    9,    son    of    George    R.,  barrister. 
Doughty  Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1829  ;  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1833  ; 
Senior  Op.  and  Second  Class  Classics. 

1820 

Jan.   2-i.     Richard    King,  aged    9,  son    of   Richard    K.,    gentleman, 
Pimlico. 

M.  D.  ;  companion  of  Sir  George  Back  in  his  journeys  in  search  of 
Sir  John  Ross  in  the  Arctic  Regions,  1833-35  ;  he  was  the  founder  of 
the  Ethnological  Society;  he  died  on  February  4,  1876;  he  was  the 
author  of  Franklin  Expedition  from  First  to  Last,  Narrative  of  a 
Joii,rney  to  tlic  Shores  of  the  Arctic  Ocean,  History  of  tlie  Esquimaux  ; 
he  was  editor  of  the  Statistical  and  of  the  Ethnological  Jou7-nal ;  a 
copious  contributor  to  the  Medical  Times  and  to  the  Anthropological 
JRcvicio,  and  he  also  wrote  several  medical  pamphlets. 

Feb.     4.     John    William    Hall,  aged    8,  son  of  John  H.,  attorney, 
Hampstead. 

Campden  Exhilntioner,  1831  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Scholar  ; 
Perry  ExluliitioniT,  1833;  B  A.  1835;  M.A.  1838;  Master  in  Shrewsbury 
School  and  Cheltenham  College  ;  Vicar  of  South  Baddesley,  Hants. 

„    25.     William    Kenrick   Watson,  aged   9,  son   of   Kenrick   W., 

surgeon,  Storeport. 
Mar.    4.     William    Hennah,  aged   9,  son  of  Henry  H.,  tea  dealer, 

Arundel  Street. 
,,       7.     William  Prowse  Williams,  aged  9,  son  of  Rice  W.,  naval 

officer,  Kennington. 
„    20.     Jacob    Hugo    North,    aged    8,  son    of   Hem-y    N.,    clerk, 

Tavistock  Square. 

Captain,  1829-30  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner  ;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  B.A.  1834  ;  M.A.  1837;  Incumbent  of  St.  George's  Chapel, 
Brighton,  1851  ;  Rector  of  White  Roding,  Essex,  1877. 

„    23.     Alfred  de   Bathe  Brandon,  aged  10,  son  of  — ,  merchant, 

City  Road. 

Practised  as  solicitor  at  Wellington,  New  Zealand  ;  Member  of  the 
House  of  Representatives  for  Wellington  Country  District  ;  Provincial 
Solicitor  under  several  Administrations. 


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Admitted. 

Apr.  12.     Hardstone  Frank  Jones,  aged  9,  son  of  David  J.,  attorney, 
Sise  Lane,  Bucklersbury. 
„    18.     David  James  Cannan,  aged  8,  son  of  David   C,  druggist, 
50,  Lothbury. 

William'  Goode,  Capitanco. 

Admitted  November  4,  1813. 

May  18.     James  Thomas  Johnson,  aged  8,  son  of  George  J.,  surgeon, 
G,  John  Street,  America  Square. 

Pauline  Exliibitioner,  1830  ;  St.  John's  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  183^  ; 
Third  Class  Classics;  M.A.  1839;  Curate  of  Writtle,  Essex;  Rector 
ot  Britwell  Salome,  Berks,  1851. 

June  1.     Frederick  Lothbury  Persent,  aged  9,  son  of  M.  W.  P.,  floor 
chjth  njanufacturer,  6,  Corporation  Row. 
„    15.     John  Rogers,   aged   9,  son  of  John  R.,  solicitor,  3,  Pratt 

Street,  Lambeth. 
„    16.     Alfred  Robert  Simson,  aged  9,  son  of  George  S.,  upholsterer, 

19,  St.  Paul's  Churchyard. 
„    22.     Thomas  Glanfield,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  accountant 
clerk,  10,  Royal  Row,  Lambeth. 
July  14.     Samuel    Netheiton    Harward,  aged    9,   son  of  John    H., 

clergyman,  Hartlebury,  Worcester. 
Sept.    6.  Thomas    Cory  Hawkes,  aged  9,    son  of  Thomas    H.,   coal 
merchant,  White  Friars  Wharf. 
„      9.     David  Young  Ferguson,  aged  12,  son  of  John  F.,  wine 

merchant,  33,  Threadneedle  Street. 
„    13.     Richard  Darke  Edgcumbe,  aged  9,  son  of  Pierce  E.,  Dock 

Yard,  Chatham. 
„    25.     Edward  Jones  Catlow,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  C,  minister, 
26,  Surrey  Street,  Strand. 
Kcsiding  near  Adelaide  (South  Australia),  1882. 

Oct.     2.     Edward    Howes,    aged    7,  son  of    George   H.,   clergyman, 
Spixworth,  Norfolk. 

Captain,  1830-31  ;  Canipden  Exhibitioner  ;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1833  ;  Craven  University  Scholar,  1834  ; 
B.A.  1835  ;  25th  Wrangler  and  Fii-st  Class  Classics  ;  Chancellor's 
Medallist;  Fellow  of  Trinity ;  M.  P.  for  South  Norfolk;  Commissioner 
for  Church  Estates. 

William  Hay  Carnaby,  aged  7,  son  of  William  C,  Mus.  D., 
31,  Red  Lion  Square. 
„     13.     John    Buck    Thomson,   aged    9,  son   of    Henry  T.,  clerk, 
Hastingleigh,  Kent. 

Left  in  1836;  St.  Thomas's  Hospital  ;  M.E.C.S.  1837  ;  practising 
at  Eamsgate,  Surgeon  to  the  Coast  Guard  ;  retired  Surgeon  Major 
1st  Cinque  Port  Artillery  Volunteers. 

Kov.  13.     Robert  James  Jeffreys,  aged  8,  son  of  Herbert  J.,  clerk, 
Stratford,  Essex. 
„    20.     Alfred  Day,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  D.,  attorney,  17,  Chancery 
Lane. 


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1821 

Admitted. 

Jan.  22.     William   Cramer,  aged   8,  sun   of  Fran9ois    C,  musician, 

Hampstead. 
Feb.    5.     Frederick    Richard    Sawer,    aged    8,    son    of    Thomas    S., 

merchant,  Foster  Lane. 
Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1831  ;  Queen's  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1835. 

„    19.     Henry  Walter  Scott,  aged  13,  son  of  — ,  gent,  56,  Burton 

Crescent. 
,,    24.     Joseph  Henchman,  aged   10,  son  of  Francis  H.,  solicitor, 

58,  Lambs  Conduit  Street. 
Mar.     2.     Henry  Thurston  Thomson,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  T.,  clerk, 

Hastinoleicjh,  Kent. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1831;  Magdalene  College,  Cambridge  (Scholar) ; 
B.A.  1837  ;  Chajalain  Priest  of  Otterj-  St.  Jlary,  Devon,  1842  ;  died 
1855  ;  author  of  Scrmom  ;  Esther,  a  Poem,  &c. 

„      8.     Charles  Innes,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  I.,  linen  draper,  Fleet 

Street. 
Edward  Hunt  Langston,   aged  9,  son  of  S.  L.   {deceased), 

clergyman,  Bath. 
„     30.     Hyla  Holden  Rose,  aged  9,  son  of  Hyla  Holden  R.,  gent, 

Birmingham. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1829  ;  Clare  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1833  ; 
Junior  Op.  and  Third  Class  Classics  ;  M.  A.  1836  ;  Vicar  of  Erdiugton, 
Warwickshire,  1850. 

Apr.     4.     Henry  Stabb,   aged    9,   son   of  James   S.,  warehouseman, 
54,  Friday  Street. 
„      5.     Joseph  Blades  Palmer,  aged  9,  son  of   Benjamin  P.,  up- 
holsterer, 175,  Piccadilly. 

Carapden  Exhibitioner,  1830;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1834; 
Senior  Op.  and  Third  Class  Classics  ;  M.A.  1839  ;  Minister  of  Brathay, 
Ambleside  ;  died  1843. 

„    16.     Septimus  Nottidge,  aged  9,  son  of  John  N.,  clerk,  East 
Hanningfield,  Essex. 

Pauline^Exhibitioner,  1830;  Jesus  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1834; 
Curate  of  South  Fam bridge  ;  Kector  of  Ashingdon,  Essex,  1846  ; 
died  1879. 

„    30.     Charles    Frederick    Hawkes,  aged    9,  son  of   Samuel   H., 
ironmonger.  Long  Acre. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1830  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  died  at 
Cambridge,  Dec.  12, 1832,  and  was  biuied  in  Grantchester  Churchyard. 

May  24.^    William  Johnson,  aged  7,  son  of  George  J.,  surgeon,  John 
Street,  America  Square. 

Left  about  1828  ;  Admitted  Solicitor  ;  practised  at  Great  Dunmow, 
Essex  ;  died  1871. 

June    1.     Walter  Tobin,  aged  9,  son  of  James  Webb  T.,  17,  RadclifFe 
Terrace. 
„    25.     Gerard  Eyton  Watson,  aged  8,  son  of  Kenrick  W.,  surgeon, 
Stourport,  Worcester. 

'  On  May  23,  1821,  it  was  ordered  that       by  nomination  of  the  members  of  the  Court 
admission  to  St  Paul's  School  should  be       in  rotation. 


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Advdttcd. 

June  29.     Thumas    Nash    Stephenson,    aged  8,   son  of   Thomas    S., 
surgeon,  Worcester. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1831  ;  Worcester  College,  Oxford;  B. A.  1835  ; 
M.A.  1837  ;  Yicar  of  Shirley,  1843  ;  Vicar  of  Bromyard,  Hereford,  1867. 

July    6.     John  Grinsted,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  G.,  grocer,  Abingdon, 
Berks. 

Markland  Barnaed,  Capitanco. 

Admitted  August  18,  1814. 

Sept.  13.     Alfred  Hill,  aged   10,  son  of  — ,   Lt.-Col.  Oxford  Blues, 
Barracks,  Regents  Park. 
„    20.     Robert  Vaux  Leese,  aged  9,  son  of  Lewis  L.,  surgeon,  South 

Street,  Finsbury. 
„    21.     William  Towers  Geary,  aged  9,  son  of  William  G.,  clergy- 
man, Spitalfields. 
„     24.     William  Butler  Langmore,  aged  9,  son  of  William  L.,  M.D., 
Finsbury  Square. 

London  Hospital ;  L.S.A.L.  1837;  M.R.C.S,  1839  ;  F.R.S. 
Oct.     1.       John  Willott,  aged  8,  son  of  John  Taylor  W.,  warehouse- 
man, Milk  Street. 

Pauline     Exhibitioner,    1831  ;     St.    John's    College,    Cambridge ; 
B.A.  1835  ;  M.A.  1838. 

3.     George  Hawkes,  son  of  Samuel  H.,  lOG,  Long  Acre. 

Died  while  still  in  the  School,  1826. 

8.  John  Davis,  aged  9,  son  of  David  D.,  physician,  George 
Street,  Hanover  Square. 

9.  Benjamin  Lewis,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  L.,  warehouseman. 
Queen  Street,  Cheapside. 

10.  Jonathan  Cooper,  aged  9,  son  of  William  Cook  C,  ware- 
houseman, 55,  Wood  Street. 

29.  John  Symonds  Longden,  aged  9,  son  of  John  Robert  L., 
proctor,  Charlotte  Street,  Fitzroy  Square. 

Died  young. 

Nov.  29.     Woodthorpe  Brandon,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  B.,  merchant, 
Westmoreland  Place,  City  Road. 

Admitted  Middle  Temple,  November,  1848  ;  called  to  the  Bar,  1851  ; 
Assistant-Judge  in  Lord  Mayor's  Comt. 


Feb. 


Mar.    2 


1822 

Henry  Hope  Tobin,  aged  8,  son  of  James  Webbe  T., 
1,  Little  Carter  Lane. 

Charles  Maitland  Tate,  aged  9,  son  of  — ,  clergyman,  Rich- 
mond, Yorks. 

George  Thomas  Pogson,  aged  7,  sou  of  Thomas  P.,  Colonel 
Madras  Cavalry,  Cathgrave  Hall,  Suft'olk. 

Arthur  Ballantine,  aged  8,  son  of  William  B.,  barrister, 
Serjeants  Inn. 

John  Mon'is,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  ujiholder, 
26,  St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 


2G6  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1822 

Admitted. 

Mar.  12.     Henry  Search,  aged  10,  son  of  John  S.,  clerk  in  the  Bank, 
Vauxhall  Walk,  Lambeth. 
„    IC.     Alfred  Arnald,  aged  9,  son  of  George  A.,  landscape  painter, 
A.R.A.,  2,  Western  Street,  Pentonville. 
April   1.     Peter    Henry    Francis    Brochard,    aged    1.3,    son    of   — , 
schoolmaster,  12,  Camden  Street,  Camden  Town. 
„    22.     Thomas    Barnes,   aged    9,   son    of    James    B.,    merchant, 
Tavistock  Square. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1831  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  where  he 
continued  as  a  pensioner  till  1836,  but  did  not  graduate. 

May  20.     Edward  Dod  Colville,  aged  12,  son  of  Edward   Dod   C, 

Deputy  Register  of  Chancery,  Charlotte  Street,  Portland 

Place. 
June    8.     Charles  Toogood,  aged   9,  son   of  Jonathan    T.,    surgeon, 

Bridgewater,  Somerset. 
„    25.     Francis  White  Merewether,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  Alworth 

M.,  barrister.  Chancery  Lane. 

J.  H.  Stone,  Capitanco. 

Admitted  August  23,  1813. 

July  15.     James    Tnnes,  aged   9,    son   of   Charles    I.,   linen   draper, 

No.  80,  Hatton  Garden. 
Sept.    4.     Robert    Anstruther,   aged   9,    son  of  Robert    Lindsay  A., 
Lt.-Col.  Bengal  Native  Cavalry,  Reading,  Berks. 
„     17.     Joel  Abraham  Knight,  aged  8,  son  of  John  Christopher  K., 
surgeon,  17,  Finsbury  Place  South. 
Henry  Green,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  G.,  Kensington. 

Son  of  Henry  G.,  of  Egwood,  co.  Hereford,  and  Anna  Hilton  his 
wife  ;  admitted  Sizar,  ]\Iagdalene  College,  Cambridge,  July  4,  1830, 
aged  20  ;  B.A.  1834  ;  M.A.  1837. 

„    20.     Edmund  Morewood,  aged  9,  son  of  George  M.,  merchant. 

No.  5,  Pancras  Lane,  Queen  Street. 
„    25.     Edmund    Goolden,  aged    8,    son    of  Richard  G.,   surgeon. 

Maidenhead,  Berks. 

King's  College,  London;  surgeon  (not  in  practice) ;  died  April  4, 1847. 

„    28.     William  Holden,  aged  9,  son  of  William  Rose  H.,  clergy- 
man, Worcester. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1831  ;  "Worcester  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1834  ; 
M.A.  1837. 

Oct.     3.     Stephen  Charles  Venour,  aged  9,  son  of  John  V.,  clergy- 
man, Bourton,  Warwick. 

Admitted  solicitor;  practised  in  London  ;  died  1859. 

„       5.     Henry  Berthon,  aged  11,  son  of  Benjamin  B.,  coal  merchant, 

18,  Mecklenburgh  Square. 
„    16.     Edward  Venn  Musgrave,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  Cecil  M., 

coal  merchant,  Cal thorp  Cottage,  Chelsea. 
„    24.     George  Warren  Watts  Firth,  aged  9,  son  of  William  F., 

Serjeants  Inn. 

.M".  K.C.S.  England,  1S36  ;  Fellow,  1845  :  practised  at  Nonvich. 


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Admitted. 

Oct.  31.     Hubert  Deane  Nind,  aged  13,  son  of  — ,  clergyman,  Have 
Hatch,  Berks. 

Left  in  1826  ;  entered  St.  George's  Hospital,  London,  but  did  not 
complete  his  course  ;  died  187i. 

Nov.  18.     George    Barrow   Morewood,  aged   11,  son    of  George   M., 
merchant,  5,  Eancras  Lane,  Queen  Street. 
Edward    Samuel    Lewis,    aged    12,    son    of    — ,    esquire, 
Westerham,  Kent. 

Christ  Church,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1832  ;  M.A.  1838. 
Augustus  Adam  Bagshawe,   aged  7,    son  of  Sir  William 
Chambers  B.,  bart.,  Bath. 

Left  in  1828  ;  St.  George's  Hospital  (four  and  a  half  years)  ;  Corpus 
Christi  College,  Cambridge  (Scholar)  ;  Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1837 ; 
B.A.  1842  ;  M.A.  1867  ;  Vicar  of  Wormhill,  Derby,  1843  ;  Rural  Dean 
of  Buxton. 

1823 

Jan.  29.     Charles  Twissleton  Alstone  (Alston),  aged  11,  son  of  Sir 
Charles  A.,  baronet,  Stafford. 

Left  about  1831  ;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  Stock  Exhi- 
bitioner, 1831  ;  died  at  College,  1834. 

Feb.     5.     John  Charles  Langmore,  aged  8,  son  of  William  L.,  M.D., 

1,  King  Street,  Finsbury  Square. 

Left  in  Vlth  Class,  1828  ;  London  Hospital  and  University  College, 
London;  M.R.C.S.  1836;  M.B.  (London)  1842;  F.R.C.S.  1858; 
practised  in  Loudon. 

„    17.     William  Wilkinson,  aged  11,  son  of  — ,  gent,  Montpellier, 
South  Lambeth. 
Mar.  12.     John  Davies,  aged  12,  son  of  John  D.,  gent,  2,  Sidmouth 
Place. 

Left  about  1826  ;  became  a  Civil  Engineer  ;  died  at  Manchester,  1862  ; 
author  of  a  book  on  Patents. 

Thomas   White    Davies,    aged  9,   son   of  John   D.,    gent, 

2,  Sidmouth  Place. 

Left  in  1827  ;  London  University  ;  Commissioner  of  Taxes,  1865. 
„    13.     George  Frederick  Felton,  aged  7,  son  of  George  F.,  merchant, 

8,  Lawrence  Poulteney  Lane. 
„    14.     Hudson  Lowe  Shawe,  aged  7,  son  of  John  S.,  merchant, 

Merton,  Surrey. 
„    21.     Mark    Antony    Saurin,    aged    10,   son    of    the    Bishop    of 

Dromore,  Palace,  Uromore. 
April   7.     Thomas  Gurney  Goldsmith,  aged  9,  son  of  John  G.,  chemist, 

Bridge  Street,  Blackfriars. 
„      8.     Spencer   Hotchkin,   aged    12,    son    of  Lambert    H.,   gent, 

Kensington. 

Solicitor  ;  died  1873. 

May  27.     Wilham    Richard    Bingley,   aged    9,    son    of    William    B. 
{deceased),  clergyman,  2,  Charlotte  Street,  Bloomsbury. 

Trinity  CoUege,  Oxford  ;  B.A    1836. 

June    2.     Thomas  William    White,    aged    11,    son    of   — ,    Lt.-Col, 
Hampton,  Middlesex. 


SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1823 


June  18.     John  Windle,  aged  8,  son  of  John  W.,  colour  manufacturer, 
Old  Montague  Street,  Whitechapel. 

Captain,  1832-33  ;  CampJen  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  B.A.  1837,  22iid  Wrangler ;  M.A.  1840 ;  Second  Master, 
Islington  Proprietarj'  School,  1838  ;  Curate  of  St.  Mary's,  "White- 
chapel, 1849  ;  Vicar  of  Horndou-ou-the-Hill,  Essex,  1856. 

James  Prince  Lee,  Gccpitaneo. 

Admitted  May  24,  1813. 

July  11.     William    Finch,   aged    9,    son    of    Henry    F.,   clergyman, 
Shelford,  Cambridge, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1833,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1833  ;  Stock  Exhibitioner,  1834  ;  B.A.  1837. 

Sept.  16.     Philip  Browne  Dalton,  aged   9,   son  of  Charles  D.,  clerk 
in  Holy  Orders,  Kelvedon,  Essex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1832,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  where 
he  continued  as  a  Pensioner  till  1835,  but  did  not  gi-aduate. 

18,     John  Henry  Kirtley,  aged  9,  son  of  George  K.,  mauufixcturer, 

Manchester. 
20.     Henry  Kent  Hughes,  aged  9,   son  of   Thomas  H.,  dyer, 

Bunhill  Row. 

22.  Alexander  William  Buchanan,  aged  9,  son  of  Benjamin 
Bartlet  B,,  M.D.,  Hatton  Garden. 

23,  John  Browne  Twist,  aged  14,  son  of — ,  solicitor,  Coventry. 

Left  in  1828  ;  admitted  solicitor,  1833  (Twist  and  Sous)  ;  practised 
at  Coventry. 

30.  Alexander  Hood  Ommaney  Butterfield,  aged  8,  son  of 
William  B.,  Captain  R.N.,  2,  Kings  Square,  Goswell 
Road. 
Oct,  8.  Alexander  Magnay,  aged  9,  son  of  Christopher  M,  (Alder- 
man), paper  manufacturer.  College  Hill. 
„  13.  George  Searle-  Ebsworth,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  E.,  wool- 
broker,  66,  Coleman  Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1833,  Clare  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1837, 
28th  Wrangler  ;  M.A.  1840  ;  Vicar  of  Ilkeston,  Derby,  1842  ;  Vicar 
of  Croxton  Kerrial,  Leicestershire,  1863. 

„    14.     Charles  Alexander  Spiisbury,  aged  10,  son  of  Charles  S., 

printer,  57,  Spencer  Street. 
„    25.     Richard  Harris  Dalton  Barham,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard 

Harris  B.,  clergyman.   Great  Queen   Street,  Lincolos 

Inn. 

Pauline   Exhibitioner,   1834,   Oriel  College,   Oxford;    B.A.    1838; 

Fourth    Class   Classics  ;   Kector   of  Lolwarth,   Cambridge,   1839-75  ; 

author  of  Life  and  Remains  of  Theodore  Hook,  Life  and  Letters  of 

Rev.  R.  H.  Barham. 

„    27.     John  Josiah  Day,  aged  8,  son  of  John  D.,  Orange  Court, 
Leicester  Square. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1833,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1833;  B.A.  1837;  M.A.  1844;  Assistant- Master 
King's  School,  Sherborne,  1837;  Second  Master,  Blackheath  Proprietary 
School,  1844  ;  Beverley  Jlinster,  1855  ;  Vicar  of  Bensham,  Gateshead, 
1865  ;  Surrogate, 


1823]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  269 

Admitted. 

Nov.    3.     Alfred  Arrow  Kempe,  aged  9,  son  of  Alfred  John  K.,  M.D., 
Windmill  Row,  Camberwell. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1833,  Magdalene  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1838  ;  Kector  of  Wexliam,  Bucks. 

„    11.     Alfred  Morewood,  aged  9,  son  of  George   M.,  merchant, 

Pancras  Lane, 

Robert  (Ralph  Augustus)  Hawkins,  aged  9,  son  of  Anthony 

H.,  37,  Ui^per  Brook  Street,  Grosvenor  Square. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1833,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry- 
Exhibitioner,  1835  ;  B.A.  1837  (Junior  Op.  and  2nd  Class  Classics); 
M.A.  1840. 

„    19.     William    Parker,    aged    9,    son    of    William    P.,    gent, 
6,  Gloucester  Buildings,  Walworth. 
Dec.     1.     William  White  Eades,  aged  10,  son  of  John  E.,  bookseller, 
Newgate  Street. 

1824 

Jan.  19.     Richard  Exton,  aged  13,  son  of  B.  B.  E.,  clerk  in  Holy 
Orders,  Greens  Norton,  Northants. 

Ordained  as  a  Literate  ;  Rector  of  Hemley,  Suffolk  ;  died  1867. 

„    23.     Edward  Ormerod,  aged  12,  son  of  — ,  ironfounder,  Man- 
chester. 

Living  in  London,  1883. 

„    30.     Frederick    Magnay,    aged    10,    son    of    Christopher    M. 
(Alderman),  paper  manufacturer.  College  Hill. 
Feb.     7.     Albert  Evelyn  Barton,  aged  11,  son  of  —  B.,  14,  Wyndham 
Place,  Bryanston  Square. 
25.     William  Morrice,  aged  9,  son  of  Andrew  M.,  clergyman, 
Great  Brickhill,  Bucks. 
Mar.  10.     John  Barry  Brodrick,  aged  9,  son  of  William  B.,  solicitor, 
New  Ormond  Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1833,  Queens'  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1838  ; 
M.A.  1844  ;  Rector  of  Sueaton,  near  Whitby  ;  author  of  Laijs  of  the 
Sabbath,  &c. 

April  12.     Richard  Septimus  Wilkinson,  aged  9,  son  of  Josiah  W., 
warehouseman.  Lad  Lane. 

Left  in  1828  ;  member  of  the  Stock  Exchange  ;  Chairman  of  Not- 
tingham and  Grantham  Railway  Company  ;  J. P.  and  D.L.  for  the 
county  of  Lincoln  ;  High  Sheriff  of  Rutland,  1869. 

May     1}    Jeremy  Innys  Baker  Turnor,  aged  9,  son  of  John  T.,  clerk 

in  Holy  Orders,  Hagley,  Worcester. 
„    24.     George  Sewell,  aged  12,  son  of  John  S.,  distiller,  Thames 

Street. 
„    28.     David  Thacker  Lewis,  aged   7,  son  of  John  L.,  surgeon, 

16,  Mark  Lane. 
„    31.     Robert   Swinney   Sherlock,  aged  10,   son  of  — ,   Captain 

R.N.,  Dover,  Kent. 

'  It  was  resolved  on  May  13,  1824,  that  Accountant  on  entering  office  shall  retain 

a  Presentation  be  given  to  each  memi3er  in  two  Presentations  for  himself  and   other 

rotation,   according  to   the   date   of  their  two  for  the  Surveyor-Assistant, 
admission  on  the  Court ;  that  the  Surveyor- 


270  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1824 

Admitted. 

June    2.     William  Alexander  Osborne,  aged  9,  son  of  William  0., 
gent,  Worcester. 

Captain,  1831-32  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinit}'  College,  Cam 
bridge  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1833  :  Craven  Scholar,  1835  ;  B.A.  1836 
Senior  Op.  and  Senior  Classic;  Chancellor's  Medallist;  M.A.  1839 
Head  Master,  Macclesfield  Grammar  School,  1837  ;  of  Rossall  School, 
1849-69  ;  Rector  of  Dodingtou,  Somerset,  1875  ;  author  of  A  Critical 
Commentary  and  Notes  on  the  Text  of  tJie  Revised  Version  of  the  New 
Testament,  and  editor  of  Horace. 

„    18.     John  Valentine  Lewis,  aged  13,  son  of  John  L.,  surgeon, 
Mark  Lane. 

William  Aldwin  Soames,  Capitanco. 

Admitted  February  17,  1816. 

Sept.    1.     John  Wilson,  aged  9,  son  of  Jonah  W.,  surgeon,  Huntingdon. 
„       2.     Thomas  William  Crawley,  aged  9,  son  of  John  Lloyd  C, 
clerk,  Heyford,  Northants. 

Admitted  solicitor,  1838  ;  matriculated  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford, 
1844  ;  B.A.  1848  ;  M.A.  1851  ;  Rector  of  Heyford,  Northampton. 

Oct.      1.     Charles  Coleby  Roberts,  aged  9,  son  of  John  E..,  surgeon, 
Lothbury. 

Captain,  1833-34;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge ; 
Perry  Exhibitioner,  1837  ;  Scholar,  1838  ;  B.A.  1838  ;  Senior  Op.  and 
Second  Class  Classics  ;  M.  A.  1843  ;  elected  Fourth  Master  of  St.  Paul's 
School,  1838,  and  died  1854. 

„      2.     Lewis  Powell,  aged  8,  son  of  Lewis  P.,  surgeon,  Falconer 

Square. 
„       6.     John  Abraham  Seward  Field,  aged  13,  son  of  James  F., 

surgeon.  Bolt  Court,  Fleet  Street. 
„      7.     Philip  Anderson,  aged  8,  son  of  late  Captain  A. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1834,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1835  ;  B.A.  1838  ;  M.A.  1849  ;  probably  P.A. 
Chaplain  H.E.I.C.S.  1842;  died  December  13,  1857;  author  "of  The 
English  in  Western  India. 

„      8.     William  Ray,  aged  9,  son  of  James  R.,  draper,  Clare,  Suffolk. 
„    29.     John  Henry  Webster,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  Oakington  W., 
clerk,  Polygon,  Somers  Town. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1834,  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1838 
(Wrangler)  ;  M.B.  1843  ;  M.L.  1844. 

„    30.     Samuel  Pryer  Field,  aged  8,  son  of  John  F.,  teller  of  the 
Mint,  No.  8,  Mint. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1835,  Pembrolce  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1839;  ]\r.A.  1843;  Rector  of  Boulge,  Suffolk,  1840;  Vicar 
of  Sawbridgeworth,  Herts,  1862. 

Nov.  12.     John  Henry  Roberts,  aged   11,  son  of  John  R.,  surgeon, 
Lothbury. 

Surgeon,  Guy's  Hospital;  practised  in  London;  F.R.C.S.  1855; 
eminent  microscopist. 

„    2-i.     John  Feetham,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  F.,  coal  merchant, 

Western  Wharf,  Abingdon  Street. 
„       6.     John  Falkener,  aged  8,  son  of  Lyon  F.,  wine  merchant, 

London  Military  Depot,  Tooley  Street. 


1825]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  271 


1825 

j4dmiUed. 

Feb.    7.     Frederick  Thomas  Lloyd,  aged  13,  son  of  —  L.,  Acct.-Gen. 
to  the  E.  I.  Company,  Clapham  Common. 
Charles    Seven    (Severn)    Absolom,  aged    15,   son  of   — , 
grocer,  13,  Cannon  Street. 

Trinity  Collegu,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1832;  M.A.  1835;  Vicar  of 
Manniiigtree,  Essex  ;  died  c.  1877. 

„      8.     William  Frederick  Pollock,  aged  9,  son   of   Jonathan  P., 
barrister,  26,  Bedford  Row. 

Left  in  1833  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Scholar,  1835  ;  B.A  1836  ; 
Senior  Op.  and  Third  Class  Classics  ;  M.A.  1840  ;  Barrister  (Inner 
Temple)  1838  ;  Master  of  the  Exchequer,  1846  ;  (,)\ieen's  Remem- 
brancer, 1874  ;  succeeded  as  2nd  Baronet  (Pollock  of  Hatton),  1870  ; 
author  of  a  Translation  of  the  Divina  Comcdia. 

„      9.     Charles  Richard  Alford,  aged  8,  son  of  Charles  A.,  clergy- 
man. West  Quantock's  Head,  Somerset. 

Campden  E.xhibitioner,  1835,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1839; 
M.A.  1842  ;  D.D.  1867  ;  Principal  of  Metropolitan  Training  Institution, 
1854  ;  Bishop  of  Victoria  (Hong  Kong),  1867-72  ;  Coadjutor  to  the 
Bishop  of  Huron,  Canada  ;  author  of  First  Principles  of  the  Oracles 
of  God,  &c. 

„    14.     John    Thomas    Thompson,  aged    9,    son    of  John    T.,    oil 

merchaiit,  1,  Little  Knightrider  Street. 
„    18.     Joseph    Hall,  aged  8,  son  of  John  Edward  H.,  attorney, 

1,  King  Street,  St.  Lukes. 
„    26.     Walter  William  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  George  S.,  architect, 
8,  Bread  Street  Hill. 
Apr.  11.     Francis  Barah  Lousada,  aged  11,  son  of  Isaac  Barah  L., 
33,  Brunswick  Square. 
„    28.     Spencer   Ashlin,    aged    10,    son    of    John   A.,    cornfactor, 
Wandsworth. 
May  11,     Henry  Rumsey  Forster,  aged  10,  son  of  John  F.,  farmer, 
Wendover. 

Left  in  the  I Vth  Class,  1829  ;  Letterpress  printer  ;  author  of  i^orsfcr's 
Pocket  Peerage  ;   The  Stowe  Catalogue  priced  and  annotated. 

„    13.     William  Rennington  Mercer,  aged  9,  son  of  William  M., 

distiller,  Walworth. 
June    1.     Donald  Douglas  (William)  Falconer  McLeod,  aged  9,  son  of 

Donald  McL.,  Captain  R.N.,  Greenwich  Hospital. 
„    14.     George  Randall  Sherlock,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  S.,  Captain 

R.N.,  Dover. 
„    29.     John  Charles  Rowlatt,  aged  9,  son  of  John  R.,  merchant, 

Spencer  Street. 
Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1849  ;  Priest-Vicar  of  Exeter 

Cathedral,  1852,  and  Vicar  of  St.  Paul's,  Exeter,  1854. 

July    2.     John    Mason,    aged    9,    son    of    James    M.,    merchant, 
Birmingham. 


272  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1825 


Thomas  Henry  Steel,  Capiianeo. 

Admitted  July  3,   1818. 
Admitted. 

Sept.    6.     Robert    Williams,     aged     13,    son    of    Lewis    W.,    gent, 
101,  Guildford  Street,  Russell  Square. 
„    24.     Richard  Windle,  aged   9,  son   of  John  H.,  colour  manu- 
facturer. Old  Montague  Street,  Whitechapel. 

Left  ill  1833  ;  Clerk  in  the  Bank  of  England  ;  died  1882. 

„     28.     Philip    Myddleton    (Middelton),    aged    9,  son  of  William 
Price  M.,  clergyman,  Shrawley,  Worcester. 
Oct.      3.     Edward  Ollivant,  aged  9,  son  of  William  O.,  Navy  Office 
clerk,  18,  Friday  Street. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1835  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1839  ;  M.A.  1842  ;  Master  of  Wye  Grammar  School,  Kent  ; 
Vicar  of  Llandewi-Rydderch,  1865  ;  Rural  Dean  of  Abergavenny, 
1869-75;  Rector  of  Erbistock,  Flint;  Examining  Chaplain  to  the 
Bishop  of  Llandaff  ;  died  1883. 

„       8.     John    Henchman,   aged    11,   son    of    Francis    H.,    gent, 

38,  Great  Ormond  Street. 
,,    10.     Henry  Burton  Hassall,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  gent. 

Stone  Grove  Cottage,  Edgware. 
„    12.     Arthur  Greatorex,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  professor  of 

music,  70,  Upper  Norton  Street. 
James  Frederick    Pattison,    aged    9,    son   of   Thomas   P., 

East  India  Office,  36,  Cross  Street,  Islington. 
„    13.     Arthur  Shelly  Eddis,  aged  8,  son  of  Ed.  E.,  Government 

Office,  Somerset  House,  40,  Park  Street,  Islington. 

Captain,  1834-35  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Scholar  and  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1838  ;  B.A.  1839  ;  Senior 
Op.  and  fourth  in  First  Class  Classical  Tripos  ;  Senior  Chancellor's 
Medallist  ;  Hulsean  Prize  ;  Fellow  and  Assistant  Tutor,  Trinity  ;  called 
to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  Inn),  1845  ;  Q.C.  1869  ;  Professor  of  Equity  to 
Inns  of  Court  ;  Bencher  of  Lincoln's  Inn  ;  Judge  of  Clerkeiiwell  County 
Court;  Chairman  of  Old  Pauline  Dinner,  1877. 

„    14.     Paul    Suttaby,   aged    8,    son    of    William    S.,   bookseller, 

Stationers  Court,  Ludgate  Street. 
„    24.     William    Goolden,    aged    7,    son   of  Richard  G.,  surgeon, 

Maidenhead,  Berks. 

King's  College,  London  ;  St.  Thomas's  Hospital  ;  F.R.C.S.  ;  L.A  S.  ; 
practised  at  Maidenhead  ;  died  in  Madeira,  April  1847. 

„    26.     (Jas.)  Henry  Davidson,  aged  9,  son  of  James  Henry  D., 
Lieutenant  of  Marines,  2,  Union  Street,  Somers  Town. 


1826 

Jan.  28.     Gustavus  Septimus  Judge,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  J.,  late 
land  waiter  of  Customs,  29,  Albemarle  Street,  Picca- 

Admitted  solicitor  ;  practises  at  Bombiy. 
March  8.     William  Daws,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  horse  dealer. 
Kings  Mews,  Grays  Inn  Lane. 


1 826]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  273 


Admitted. 

Mar.  18.     Joseph  Banks  Durliam,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  A.  H.  D., 
coal  merchant,  31,  Russell  Street,  Bloomsbury. 
;,    21.     Edmund   Ward,  aged  11,  son   of   Samuel  W.,  merchant, 
Rutland  Place,  Blackfriars. 
Apr.  15.     Alfred  Bush,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  hop   merchant, 
Garrat  House,  aear  Wandsworth. 
John   St.  Mawe  Tatlow,  aged  9,   son   of  Anthony  S.  T., 
mineral  dealer,  Strand. 

Campden  ExhiHlioDer,  1834  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Pensioner 
till  1837,  but  did  not  graduate. 

„    17.     Edward  Windsor,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  Vaughan  W., 

law  stationer,  37,  Chancery  Lane. 
May     3.     Edward    James,    aged    7,    son   of    Edward    J.,    surgeon, 

Uxbridge,  Middlesex. 
„      8.     John  Frederick  Pott,  aged  9,  son  of  John  Frederick  P., 

proctor,  Doctors  Commons. 
„      9.     Robert  John  Pollock,  aged  9,  son  of  Jonathan  Frederick  P., 

barrister,  26,  Bedford  Row. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1834  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  resided 
one  year ;  then  entered  Indian  Army  (8tli  Madras  Liglit  Cavalry)  ; 
resigned  his  commission,  1843  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple), 
1844  ;  Associate  of  Exchequer  Court,  1845  ;  died  1853. 

„    22.     Charles  Augustus  Parkinson,  aged  9,  son  of  James  P., 

merchant,  46,  Bedford  Square. 
„    26.     William  Smart  Loxley,  aged  9,  son  of  John  L.,  solicitor, 

Norcott  Court,  near  Great  Berkhampstead. 

Left  in  1830  ;  merchant,  went  to  New  Zealand,  where  he  died  in  1865. 

July  10.     Arthur  Lancelot -Stephens,  aged  9,  son  of  Lancelot  P.  S., 
clergyman,  Clavering,  Essex. 

Joseph  Williams  Blakesley,  Cajnfanco. 

Admitted  October  3,   1819. 

Sept.  16.     John  Mounsey,  aged  9,  son  of  William  M.,  tavern  keeper, 
Finch  La»e,  Cornhill. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1835  (but  apparently  did  not  proceed  to  the 
University). 

„    23.     Charles    William    Evanson,    aged    13,    son    of    William 
AUeyn  E.,  clergyman,  Jetfries  Terrace,  Kentish  Town. 

St.  Edmund  Hall,  Oxford;  B.A.  1834;  M.A.  1838;  Vicar  of 
St.  Andrew's,  Bristol  ;  died  1873.  (Note  on  his  Presentation:  "read- 
mitted October  29,  1829,  J.  Sleath.") 

„    28.     Frederick    Ebsworth,   aged    10,   son   of  Thomas    E.,  wool 
broker,  Pentonville. 

Left  in  1833  ;  a  merchant  in  Sydney,  New  South  Wales. 

„    29.     Edward  James  Bevir,  aged  9,  son  of  George  B.,  solicitor, 
Cirencester. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1834  ;  St.  Mary  Hall,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1837  ; 
M.A.  1840  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  Inn),  1840  ;  Q.C.  1877. 

Oct.     2.     Henry  Annesley  Hotchkin,  aged   9,  son  of  Lambert  H., 
Audit  Office,  Kensington. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1835;  Clare  Hall,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1840; 
M.A.  1844. 


274 


SCHOLARS  OF  ST.  PAUL'S  SCHOOL. 


[1826 


Admitled. 

Oct.      5.     Frederick  Dennison,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  B.  D.,  M.D., 
92,  Guilford  Street. 
Edward  George  Griffith  (Griffiths),  aged  7,  son  of  Edward 
G.,  sohcitor,  Featherstone  Buildings,  Holborn. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1837  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1839  ;  B.A.  1841  ;  M.A.  1845  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Inner 
Temple) ;  took  Orders,  1849  ;  Vicar  of  Winterbourne  Cherborough. 

„      6.     Thomas  Windle,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H.  W.,  color  manu- 
facturer, Montague  Street,  Mile  End  New  To^vn. 

Left  about  1833  ;  London  and  Westminster  Bank  ;  formerly  manager 
of  the  Eastern  Branch  (retired). 

,,       9.     Samuel  King  Webster,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  clergy- 
man, 48,  Hatton  Garden. 

Left  in  1838  ;  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1842  ;  Junior 
Op.  ;  Vicar  of  Ingham,  Lincolnshire. 

„    10.     Francis    Lovelock   Coxe,  aged   9,   son   of   Charles   B.   C, 
clergyman,  New  Town  Lodge,  Hungerford,  Berks. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1836  ;  St.  John's  College,  Oxford  (no 
degree)  ;  residing  near  Hungerford  ;  J.  P.  for  Berks. 

„    31.     Fielding  Wallis  Tate,  aged  8,  son  of  James  T.,  clergyman, 
Richmond  School,  Yorks. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1837 ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  (no 
degree). 

Nov.  25.     Walter  Long  Bozzi  Granville,  aged  8,  son  of  Aug.  Bozzi  G. 
M.D.,  16,  Grafton  Street,  Berkeley  Square. 

Subsequently  at  ficole  Polytechnique,  Paris ;  Architect  to  the 
Government  of  India  at  Calcutta;  died  1874. 


1827 


Jan.  22.  Henry  Hutchinson  Swinny,  aged  13,  son  of  Henry  S., 
schoolmaster,  Gravesend. 

Magdalene  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1836  ;  "Wrangler  and  Second 
Class  Classics  ;  Fellow  of  Magdalene  ;  M.A.  1839  ;  Principal  of 
Cuddesdon  Theological  College,  1859  ;  died  1862. 

Mar.  9.  John  Samuel  Tanqneray,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  F.  T., 
clergyman,  Tingrith,  Beds. 

Left  about  1830;  Pembroke  College,  Cambridge  (?)  (no  degree); 
residing  at  Llangollen. 

„    14.     Thomas  Beach  Fades,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  E.,  clergyman, 
Harvington,  Worcester. 

Left  in  1837  ;  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  where  he  died  as  an  Under- 
graduate. 

„    28.     Richard     Bontein     Howe,     aged    9,    son    of    Alexander 
Burgoyne  H.,  Lieut.  R.N.,  Gloster  Street,  Bloomshury. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1835  ;  Pembroke  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1839  ;  Master  of  Barnsley  Grammar  School,  1839-45;  Chaplain 
K.N. 

Apr.  4.  R.  De  la  Fosse  Shield,  aged  9,  son  of  George  S.,  gentleman, 
Frinsbury,  near  Rochester. 

June  1.  William  Willott,  aged  10,  son  of  John  Taylor  W.,  ware- 
houseman, Milk  Street. 


1827]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  275 

Adm  Mai. 

June  18.     Augustus  Kerr  Granville,  aged  11,  son  of  Bozzi  G.,  M.D., 
Grafton  Street,  Berkeley  Square. 

Corpus  Christi  College,  Camhridge  (Bacon  Scholav)  ;  B.A.  18R8  ; 
M.A.  1841  ;  Vicar  of  St.  James,  Hatcliam,  Kent,  1845-68. 

Benjamin  Dann  Walsh,  Cajnfanco  (j^ro  temjwre). 

Admitted  June  15,  1818. 

June  23.     Charles  Samuel  Stokes,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  Scott  S., 
solicitor,  Streatham  Common, 

Camjiden  Exhibitioner,  1837  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1838  (no  degree). 

„    25.     Henry  Lovell,  aged  9,  son  of  William  L.,  surveyor,  Collyer 
Street,  Pentonville. 

St.  John's  College,  Cambridge;  Crosse  Scholar;  B.A.  1841; 
13th  Wrangler;  Tyrwhitt's  Hebrew  Scholar,  1843  ;  M.A.  1844. 

„    30.     John  Guazzaroni,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  G.,  teacher.  New 
Street,  Dorset  Square. 

Isaac  William  North,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  Kovcmhcr  10,  1819. 

Sept.  17.     John  Shepard  Thompson,  aged  10,  son  of  John  T.,  clerk 
in  the  Registry  Office,  Godliman  Street. 
„    18.     Thomas    Foster   Sawer,  aged   9,  son  of  Thomas   S.,   silk 
manufacturer,  Aldermanbnry. 
Oct.     3.     William  Henchman,  aged  9,  son  of  Francis  H.,  attorney, 
Great  Ormond  Street. 
Thomas  James  Holmes,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  H.,  gen- 
tleman, Lyme  Regis,  Dorset. 
„      8.     Robert    Robinson   John    Price,    aged    8,    son   of    Robert 
Robinson  P.,  merchant,  Blackman  Street,  Southwark. 
Edward  Jamfes  Wallace,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  W.,  surgeon, 
Bomba}^. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.)  1839  ;  M.A.  1842  ; 
Student  of  the  Inner  Temple  ;  called  to  the  Bar,  and  practised  at  first 
in  England,  subserjuently  at  Bombay,  where  he  died  about  1850. 

,,      9.     Melsup  Hill,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  William  H.,  clergyman. 
Rock,  Worcester. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1836  ;  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A. 
(Senior  Op.  and  Third  Class  Classics),  1840  ;  M.A.  1869  ;  Rector  of 
Shelsley  Beauehamp,  Worcester ;  formerly  Vicar  of  St.  John's, 
Kidderminster. 

William  AUeyn  Evanson,  aged  8,  son  of  William  AUeyn  E., 

clergyman,  Jeffries  Terrace,  Kentish  Town. 

Oriel  College,  Oxford  ;  died  as  an  Undergraduate  about  1839. 

„    11.     Philip   Wright,  aged   9,   son    of    Job    W.,    merchant,    Is- 
lington. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1836  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1837  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.  and  Third  Class  Classics)  1840  ; 
M.A.  1851  ;  Secretary  of  the  Bishop  of  London's  Fund. 

T   2 


276  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1827 

Admitted. 

Oct.   16.     George  Knox,  aged  13,  son  of  George  K.,  merchant,  Vere 
Street,  Cavendish  Square. 

Sidney  Sussex  College,  Cambridge,  1833  (Scholar);  B.A.  1837; 
M.A.  1855  ;  Chaplain  in  the  H.E.J.C.  service  ;  Secretary  to  C.M.S. 
for  London  District,  1864-71  ;  Vicar  of  Exton,  Rutland  ;  Chairman 
Old  Pauline  Diuuer,  1881. 

„  20.  Daniel  Lambert,  aged  13,  son  of  Daniel  L.,  wine  merchant, 
Brixton. 

„  23.  Edwin  Thorn  Wait,  aged  8,  son  of  Daniel  G.  W.,  clergy- 
man, Blagden,  Somerset. 

Bristol  Koyal  Infirmary  and  University  of  Heidelberg  ;  M.D.  ; 
died  1844,  aged  24,  at  Clifton,  near  Bristol. 

„  29.  Andrew  Alexander  Knox,  aged  9,  son  of  George  K.,  mer- 
chant, Vere  Street,  Cavendish  Square. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1844  ;  M.A.  1847  ;  called  to  the 
Bar,  Lincoln's  Inn,  1847;  Police  Magistrate  at  Marlborough  St.; 
F.R.G.S. 

Nov.  19.     Henry    Beresford    Melville,    aged    8,    son    of  David    M., 
merchant,  Duhvich. 

Obtained  a  commission  as  Ensign  in  54th  Beng.1l  Native  Infantry, 
1837  ;  Lieutenant,  1840  ;  and  took  part  in  the  disastrous  retreat  from 
Cabul,  January  1842,  when  he  was  taken  prisoner  by  Akbar  Khan  ; 
subsequently  released  by  the  troops  under  General  Pollock  ;  Captain, 
1843  ;  invalided,  as  Captain,  in  1851  ;  and  died  in  1855. 

Dec.     4.     John  Storar,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  S.,   linen   draper, 

90,  Watling  Street. 
„      5.     Astley  Cooper  Lewis,  aged  14,  son  of  John  L.,  surgeon, 

Mark  Lane. 
„    14.     Edward  Eagleton,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  E.,  tea  dealer, 

Newgate  Street. 

1828 

Jan.  23.     Thomas  Shuttleworth  Butler,  aged  9,  son  of  Cornelius  B., 

surgeon,  Brentwood,  Essex. 
Feb.  14.     Edward    James    Wallace,    aged    10,  son    of    Edward  W., 

surgeon,  Carshalton,  Surrey. 

St.  Thomas's  Hospital  ;  M.E.C.S.  ;  L.S.A.  ;  Assistant  Surgeon, 
H.E.I.C.  service  ;  died  in  India  about  1845. 

„     22.     Samuel    Wallace,    aged   9,    son  of    Edward  W.,    surgeon, 
Carshalton,  Surrey. 
St.  Thomas's  Hospital  ;  M.R.C.S.  ;  L.S.A.  ;  practising  in  Canada. 

Mar.    3.     Scott  Nasmyth  Stokes,  aged  6,  son  of  Charles  Scott  S., 
solicitor,  Streatham. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1840  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  (Scholar, 
1842)  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1845  ;  B.A.  1844  ;  called  to  the  Bar, 
Inner  Temple,  1852  ;  one  of  H.M.  Inspectors  of  Schools,  1853. 

James  Oliver,  aged  8,  son  of  James  Rixon  0.,  merchant, 

Aldermanbury. 
William  Francis  Ellaby,  aged  10,  son  of  Francis  E.,  clerk, 

West  Street,  St.  Giles's. 
„      8.     Ai-thur  Walrasley  Thomas,  aged  12,  son  of  John  T.,  sohcitor, 

Tonbridoe  Wells. 


1 828]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  277 

yidmiUcd. 

Mar.  18.     Thomas  AValter  Picktliall,  aged  9,  sou  of  Thomas  P.,  clerk, 
Broxbourne. 

Left  young  to  go  to  sea ;  was  subsequently  clerk  in  Bank  of 
England  (Plymouth)  ;  died  1878. 

May  21.     Thomas    Goulburne    Parker,  aged   9,   son    of  Edward   P., 
solicitor,  Selby,  Yorkshire. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1837  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  trans- 
ferred to  Campden  Exhibitioner,  1838  ;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.  and  Third 
Class  Classics)  1841  ;  M.A.  1844. 

„    30.     George  John  Dugdell,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.  D.,  clerofV- 

man,  Preston,  Kent. 
„     31.     Henry    Birch,    aged    9,    son    of    Samuel    B.,    clergyman, 
Bernard  Street,  Russell  Square. 
June    2.     George  John  Scudamore,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  S.,  M.D., 
Margate. 
John  Wallace,  aged  9,   son  of  Robert  W.,  surgeon,  Car- 
shalton,  Surrey. 

Apprenticed  for  three  years  to  a  Civil  Engineer ;  Engineering 
Student  (four  j^ears),  University  College,  Durham;  B.A.  1840; 
M.A.  1842  ;  A.R.C.E. ;  went  to  Australia  ;  ordained  by  the  Bishop  of 
Newcastle,  1849  ;  returned  to  England,  1855  ;  Cliajjlain  to  the 
Magdcleu  Hospital,  Streatham,  1862. 

John   Stephen   Gretton,  aged  9,  son  of  William  W.   G., 
barrister.  Lodge,  South  Lambeth. 
„    11.     John  Cuff  Harper,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  H.,  gentleman, 
Caroline  Place,  Hampstead  Road. 

Isaac  William  North,  CapUaneo. 

Admitted  November  10,  1819. 

Sept.   2.     George   Brodrick,   aged   9,   son   of  William  B.,    solicitor. 
Great  Ormond  Street. 

Left  about  1834  ;  admitted  solicitor  (Bell,  Brodrick,  and  Grey), 
London. 

„      4.     John  Nashj^aged  10,  son  of  Okey  N.,  clerk  in  Holy  Orders, 
Croydon,  Surrey. 

Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  Stock  and  Sykes  Exhibitioner, 
1838  ;  B.A.  1840. 

„    26.  David   Stokes  Hughes,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  dyer, 
Finsbury  Square. 
Apsley  Pellatt,  aged  9,  son  of  Apsley  P.,  glass  manufacturer, 
St.  Pauls  Churchyard. 
Glass  manufacturer,  London. 
Oct.     2.     Benjamin  Webb,  aged  9,  son  of  Benjamin  W.,  wheelwright, 
Addle  Hill,  Doctors  Commons. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1838  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1840;  B.A.  1842;  JI.A.  1845;  Vicar  of  Sheen,  Staf- 
fordshire, 1851  ;  of  St.  Andrew's,  Wells  St.,  1862  ;  editor  of  Bishop 
Montague's  Articles  of  Inquiry ,  Frank's  Sermons,  Hicrurgia  Anglicnna, 
Ecclesiologist,  Dr.  Mill's  Catechetical  Lectures,  &c.  ;  author  of  Essay 
on  SyjnboUsm,  A  Translation  of  Durandus,  Continental  Ecclesiology, 
Instructions  and  Prayers  for  Candidates  for  Confirmation,  &c. 

„      6.     Alfred    Spry,   aged    9,  son  of  James   Hume    S.,  surgeon. 

Charterhouse  Square. 


278  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1828 

Admitted. 

Oct.     9.     William  Chick  Bousfield,  aged  8,  sou  of  William  C.  B., 
solicitor,  Chatham  Place. 
Heury   William   Eddis,   aged  7,  son   of    Eden  E.,  clerk, 
Islington. 

Left  about  1830  in  consequence  of  ill-health  ;  entered  upon  com- 
mercial pursuits  ;  resident  in  North  America. 

„     13.     Joseph  McDevitt,  aged  9,  son  of  Hugh  McD.,  linen  draper, 

Grace  Church  Street. 
„     17.     Charles  Couchman,  aged  13,  son  of  Henry  C,  gentleman, 

Temple  Balsall. 
Left  in  1831  ;  Land  Agent. 

Robert    Short,    aged    12,    son    of    Edward    S.,    solicitor, 
Solihull. 

Medical  College,  Birmingham  ;  did  not  follow  his  profession  ;  died 
1860. 

Nov.    7.     Edward  Henry  Bell,  aged  7,  son  of  William  B.,  solicitor, 
Charterhouse  Square. 
„     12,     Thomas    Barnes    Couchman,   aged   9,   son    of    Henry    C, 
gentleman,  Temple  Balsall. 

Left  in  1835  ;  solicitor  (admitted  1841)  ;  Henley-in-Arden,  War- 
wickshire. 

„     15.     Henry  Tatum,   aged    9,  son  of   — ,    officer   in  the   army, 
215,  Thames  Street. 

Left  in  1834  ;  entered  Roj-al  Engineer  Department,  1835  ;  Ordnance 
Department,  1844  ;  had  charge  of  Ordnance  Department  in  Turkey 
during  the  Crimean  "War  ;  assistant  to  Director  of  Artillery  and 
Stores,  War  Office,  1863-75  ;  Commissary-General  of  Ordnance, 
Portsmouth,  1876. 

„     28.     Joshua  Whitehead  Butterworth,  aged  10,  son  of  Henry  B., 
bookseller.  Fleet  Street. 

Left  in  1832  ;  F.S.A.  ;  law  publisher,  Fleet  Street,  London. 

Dec.     2.     William  Jephson,  aged  9,  son  of  William  J.,  clergyman, 
Camberwell. 

Captain,  1836-37  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner  ;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  exchanged  for  a  Pauline  Exhibition,  and  migrated  to 
Corpus,  1838  ;  Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1838  ;  Stock  Exhibitioner,  1840  ; 
B.A.  (Junior  Op!^  and  Third  Class  Classics)  1841  ;  M.A.  1844  ;  Rector 
of  Hinton  Waldrest,  1853,  and  Rural  Dean  ;  Chaplain  at  Geneva,  1879. 

„       5.     Thomas  Ellaby,  aged    9,    son  of  F.   E.,  clergyman,   West 

Street,  St.  Giles's. 
„       6.     Alfred  George  Goodwyn,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  Wilchmau 

G.,  soap  manufacturer,  Goodman's  Fields. 
,,    11.     Thomas  William  Willows,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  William 

W.,  fishmonger,  Fleet  Street. 

1829 

Feb.     9.     George  Field,  aged   9,  son  of  William    George   F.,   wine 
merchant,  Henrietta  Street,  Covent  Garden. 
„    11.     Francis  Rowlatt,  aged  12,  son  of  William  Henry  R.,  clergy- 
man, 34,  Euston  Square. 

Left  iu  1835  ;  clerk  in  Bank  of  England  (retired). 


1829]  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  279 

Admitted. 

Feb.  16.     Joseph  Moon,  aged  11,  son  of  Theophilus  M.,  Audit  Office, 
Hollo  way. 
John  SLirley  Miles,  aged  8,  son  of  John  M.,  surgeon,  Throg- 
morton  Street. 
„    20.     John  Scott,  aged  14,  son  of  John  S.,  schoolmaster.  Stock- 
well,  Surrey. 
„    23.     George  William  Cross,  aged  9,  son  of  George    C,  ware- 
houseman, Cateaton  Street. 
Mar.    2.     John    Job   Wright,   aged   7,   son   of    Job   W.,   merchant, 
Islington. 

Removed  about  1831  to  tlie  Proprietary  School,  Islington  ;  living  at 
West  Dulwich. 

„      5.     Henry  Mitchell,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  M.,  gent,  Chadsley 
Corbet,  Worcester. 

Lincoln  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1841  ;  M.  A.  1844  ;  Vicar  of  Bosliam, 
Sussex  ;  Rural  Dean  and  Surrogate. 

Alfred  Benjamin  Travers,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  T.,  secre- 
tary to  the  Surrey  Docks  Company,  Old  Kent  Road. 

Henry  Grout  Stokes,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  S.  S.,  solicitor. 
24,  Cateaton  Street. 

Left  in  1835  ;  pupil  to  Mr.  Gravatt,  Civil  Engineer  ;  died  1853. 

„    16.     Thomas  Fox  Cross,^  aged  10,  son  of  George  C,  warehouse- 
man, Cateaton  Street. 
Apr,  20,     Robert  Couchman,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  C,  gentleman. 
Temple  Balsa!  1. 

Left  in  1835  ;  King's  College  Hospital,  and  Paris ;  Surgeon, 
Bedford. 

June  13.     Charles  Hunt  Jones,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  J.,  surgeon, 
Chancery  Lane. 
„    16.     Benjamin  Jowett,  aged  12,  son   of  Benjamin  J.,  printer, 
Bolt  Court,  Fleet  Street. 

Captain,  1835-36  ;  Balliol  College,  Oxford  ;  Scholar,  1836  ;  Hert- 
ford (University)  Scholar,  1837  ;  Fellow  of  Balliol,  1838  ;  B.A.  (First 
Class,  Litt,  Hum.)  1839  ;  Latin  Essay  (University)  Prize,  1841  ; 
M.A.  1842  ;  Regius  Professor  of  Greek,  1855  ;  Master  of  Balliol,  1870  ; 
D.D.  of  the  University  of  Leyden  ;  V ice-Chancellor  of  Oxford,  1882  ; 
Author  of  Critical  Notes  and  Dissertations  on  St.  Paul's  Epistles  to  the 
Thessalonians,  Galatians,  and  Romans  ;  An  Essay  on  the  Interpretation 
of  Scripture  (in  Essays  and  Reviews),  1860  ;  Plato,  and  Thucydides. 

Jacobo  Hugone  North,  Caintaneo. 

Admitted  March  20,  1820. 

Sept.  10.?  Edward   Francis  Coke,    aged    12,   son  of  Edward  F.  C, 
planter,  Jamaica. 

Brasenose  College,  Oxford  ;  Hulmean  Exhibitioner  ;  B.A.  1840  ; 
Fourth  Class,  Litt.  Hum.  ;  M.A.  1845  ;  Vicar  of  Plymstock,  Devon, 
1843  ;  of  St.  James,  Bethnal  Green,  1852. 

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280  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1829 

Admitted. 

Sept.  10.  ?  William   Newton  Harriott,  aged   9,   son   of  William  H., 
clergyman,  Odiham. 

Captain,  1837-38  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
briilge  ;  B.A.  1842  ;  M.A.  1845  ;  entered  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  and  read 
with  a  special  jjleader,  but  never  took  up  his  profession  ;  died  1861. 

„    14.  ?  William  Davis,   aged    9,  son   of  William    D.,  bookseller, 
Southampton  Row. 

„     17.  ?  Henry  Stein,  aged  13,  son  of  James  S.,  gentleman,  Sey- 
mour Street. 

„    19.  ?  William   Harriott  Coke,  aged  11,  son   of  Edw^ard  F.  C, 
planter,  Jamaica. 

„     23.?  Henry  Howes,   aged  15,    son    of  George    H,,    clergyman, 
Spixworth. 

Left  in  1832  ;  Caius  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1836  ;  M.A.  1839  ; 
Rector  of  Barton  St.  Andrew,  Norfolk,  1841  ;  Kector  of  Spixworth, 
Norfolk,  1855. 

?  Frederick  Howes,  aged   9,   son  of  George  H.,  clergyman, 
Spixworth. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1838  ;  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge  (Scholar)  ; 
LL.B.  1845  ;  student  at  Royal  Academy  ;  artist;  died  1867. 

?  John  Stansmore,  aged  11,  son   of  Stephen  S.,  ship  broker, 
Goswell  Street  Road. 
Oct.      8.  ?  John  Burder,  aged  9,  son  of  William  B.,  farmer,  Buckden. 
Nov.     2.  ?  Thomas  Burnaby,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  clergyman, 
Misterton. 

Captain,  1838-39  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner  ;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1840  ;  B.A.  1843  ;  Rector  of  Stouton 
Wyville,  Leicestershire  ;  died  1870. 

„      4.  ?  William  Ray  Smee,   aged  13,  son  of  William  S.,  deputy- 
accountant,  Bank  of  England. 

Clerk  in  the  Bank  of  England. 

„      7.     Alfred  Smee,  aged  11,  son  of  William  S.,  deputy-accountant, 
Bank  of  England. 

King's  College  and  St.  Bartholomew's  Hospitals  ;  M.R.C.S.  London, 
1840  ;  F.R.S.  1839  ;  Surgeon  to  the  Bank  of  England,  and  to  the 
Central  London  Ophthalmic  Hospital  ;  author  of  works  on  Electro- 
Biology,  Electro-Metallurgy,  The  Principles  of  the  Human  Mind,  The 
Potato  Plant,  also  oi My  Garden;  died  1877. 

„     11.     Edmund  George  Denham,  aged  8,  son  of  J.  E.  D.,  clergy- 
man, Colebrook  Row,  Islington. 

„    23.     William  Raine  Briggs,  aged  9,  son  of  William  B.,  clergy- 
man, 10,  North  Street,  Marylebone. 
Dec.     5.     Charles  Robert  Granville,  aged  15,  son  of  Augustus  Bozzi 
G.,  M.D.,  Grafton  Street,  Bond  Street. 

Ludwigsburg  Military  College,  Wurtemburg ;  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant  of  89th  Foot  ;  drowned  whOe  bathing,  1836  ;  author  of 
Tlic  7/itroduction  of  Percussion  Caps,  translated  from  the  German  for 
the  War  Office,  for  which  he  received  his  Lieutenant's  commission 
without  purchase. 

„    17.     George  Ridout,  aged  9,  son  of  George  R.,  clerk,  Newland, 
Gloster. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1838  ;  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge ; 
B.A.  1842  ;  M.A.  1845  ;  Rector  of  Ash,  Kent,  1849  ;  Rector  of  Sand- 
hurst, 1857. 


1830]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  281 


1830 

Admitted. 

Jan.  25.     Arthur  Hodges,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  surgeon,  Upper 

North  Place,  Oray's  Inn  Road. 
Feb.  10.     James  Honeywood,  aged  11,  son  of  William  H.,  apothecary, 

76,  Queen  Street,  Cheapside. 
„    13.     John  Hulbert   Glover,   aged  9,  son  of  John  Hulbert  G., 

King's  librarian,  Stamford  Street,  Blackfriars. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1839  ;  Clare  Hall,  Cambridge  (Scholar)  ; 
B.A.  1843  ;  Junior  Oi).  and  fifih  in  First  Class  Classics  ;  Fellow,  1845  ; 
M.A.  1846  ;  Brother  of  St.  Katharine's  Hospital,  Kegeut's  Park, 
1854  ;  Yicar  of  Kingsthorpe,  Northauts,  1856. 

^  Edwin  Arthur  Bernay  (Bernays),  aged  7,  son  of  Adolphus 
B.,  linguist.  Lamb's  Conduit  Street. 
„    24'.  '^  James  Robert  Ctirnadine  Trenow,  aged  9,  son  of  James  T., 
clerk  in  Ordnance  Office,  Peckham  Park. 

Entared  Merchant  Tajlors'  School,  September,  1829,  where  his  name 
is  registered  "  Curwardine." 

Mar.  17.  -^  William  Moon,  aged  11,  son  of  Theophilus  M.,  clerk  in 
Audit  Office,  Holloway. 

Soli.'iior  practising  in  London. 

Apr.  20.  ^  George  Renorden  Kiugdon,  aged  8,  son  of  William  K., 
surgeon.  Bank  Buildings. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1840  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  (Scholar)  ; 
Perry  Exhibitioner,  1841  ;  B.A.  1844  ;  Senior  Op.  and  First  Class 
Classics  ;  St.  Bartholomew's  Hospital,  1845-47  ;  Wix  Theological 
Prize,  1845;  entered  the  "Society  of  Jesus,"  1847;  St.  Benno's 
Theological  College,  1850-54  ;  Prof,  of  Theology,  St.  Beuno's  College, 
Korth  Wales,  1854 ;  Prof,  of  Pihetoric,  Stonyhurst  College,  1857  ; 
Prefect  of  Studies,  Stonyhurst  College,  1861  ;  Prefect  of  Studies, 
Beaumont  College,  1879. 

May  3.  Charles  John  Bunyon,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  John  B., 
secretary  to  Norwich  Union  Insurance  Company, 
Bridge  Street,  Blackfriars. 

Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.)  1843  ; 
M.A.  1846. 

„    17.     Ferdinand  John  Slater,  aged  9,  son  of  John  S.,  artist,  Hall 

Place,  St.  John's  Wood. 
June  19.     Charles    Snell,    aged    7,    son   of   Edward    S.,    upholsterer, 

27,  Albemarle  Street. 
„    21.     Henry  Vachell  Haggard,  aged  8,  son  of  John  H.,  LL.D., 

Doctors  Commons. 

Left  in  1834  ;  Naval    College,  Portsmouth  ;   entered    Poyal  Navy, 

1836  ;    First  Lieutenant  H.M.S.  Arrogant    in   the  Baltic  campaigns, 

1855-56  ;   mentioned   in   despatches  and   promoted   to   Commander ; 

died  in  comamnd  of  H.M.S.  ['irago  on  the  Brazilian  Station,  1858. 

'  The  foot  of  the  page  in  the  Register       here  restored  from  the  Presentations, 
has  been  torn  off,  and  these  four  names  are 


SCHOLARS  OF  ST.  PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1830 


Edward  Howes,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  October  2,  1820. 
Admitted. 

Sept.    2.     John  Wray,  aged    9,  son  of  Charles  W.,  Chief  Judge  of 
Demerara,  Eltham,  Kent. 
„     13.     Robert   MacDonnell  Evanson,    aged   9,  son  of  W.  A.  E., 
clergyman,  Jeffries  Terrace,  Kentish  Town. 

Trinity  College,  Dublin  ;  Queen's  Medallist  for  French  and  German, 
1842;  B.A.  1846;  M.A.  1849;  M.  A.  (ad  eundem),  Oxford,  1849; 
Vicar  of  Aiusworth,  Lancashire. 

„     22.     William  Hope,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  Frederick  H.,  oilman, 

Gracechurch  Street. 
Oct.      2.     Robert  Mant  Butcher,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  Pennial  B., 

Avine  merchant,  Pauls  Chain,  Doctors  Commons. 
„      4.     John   Pennell   Snow,   aged  9,   son  of  B.  G.   S.,  surgeon, 

Highgate. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1846  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1844  ; 
M.A.  1847  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  Inn)  ;  ordained,  1852  ;  Vicar 
of  Perlethorpe,  Nottinghamshire,  1862  ;  Vicar  of  Melton  Koss,  Lincoln- 
shire, 1875. 

Berkeley   Johnson,   aged   8,  son   of  A.   P.   J.,  merchant, 
Highgate. 
„      6.     Herbert  Packe,  aged  8,  son  of  Christopher  P.,  minor  canon, 
St.  Paul?  Cathedral 
Left  in  1840. 

Richard  McDonnell   Evanson,  aged  9,  son  of  W.  A.  E., 
clergyman,  Jeffries  Terrace,  Kentish  Town. 

Oriel  College,  Oxford ;  B.A.  1847  ;  Rector  of  Llansoy  and  late 
Rural  Dean  of  Usk  ;  editor  of  John  Evelyn's  History  of  Religion. 

Thomas    Boulton,   aged    11,    son    of  Thomas    B.,    cutler, 
Strand. 
„      7.     George  Chamberlain  Ridge,  aged  12,  son  of  George  Cooper 
R.,  banker,  Morden  Park,  Surrey. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1840. 

„      8.     Charles  John  Jones,  aged  9,  son  of  John  Lee  J.,  solicitor, 
Mincing  Lane. 
John  Stokes  Salmon,  aged  9,  son  of  John  S.,  M.D.,  Alveston, 
Gloster. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  (no  degree)  ;  went  to  Jamaica  ;  died 
1857. 

„    18.     Richard  Clerk  Perkin,  aged  8,  son   of  Richard  Thornton 
P.,  jeweller,  Belgrave  Street,  Pimlico. 

Left  in  1840. 

Nov.  15.     Charles  Thomas  Howard,  aged  9,  son  of  P.  G.  H.,  farmer> 
Grantchester. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1839;  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge; 
B.A.  1843  ;  M.A.  1846  ;  land  agent  at  Invercargill,  New  Zealand. 

Dec.     3.     Alfred  George  Pasmore,  aged  12,  son  of  James  P.,  solicitor, 
Bedford  Row. 


i83i]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  283 


1831 

Admitted 

Feb.     9.     Richard  Henry  Sholl,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  S.,  navy  agent, 

West  Square. 
Mar.     2.     Arthur  William  Watson,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  Heapy  W., 

solicitor,  Hunter  Street,  Brunswick  Square. 
Left  iu  1840. 

„     17.     Alfred  Ebsworth,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  E.,  woolbroker, 
Sanbro'  Court. 

Left  in  1842  ;  St.  George's  Hospital ;  prize  in  Chemical  Medicine  ; 
M.R.C.S.  England,  1842  ;  L.S.A.  1843;  F.R.C.S.  1859  ;  Founder  of  the 
General  Nursing  Institution;  Medical  Officer,  General  Post  Office,  1862. 

„    25.     George  Steward  Watson,  aged  7,  son  of  Joseph  Heapy  W., 
solicitor.  Hunter  Street,  Brunswick  Square. 

Left  in  1839. 

May  10.^    John   George   Wodsworth,   aged    14,   son  of  Charles  W., 
clergyman,  South  Lambeth. 

Left  in  1836  ;  Pembroke  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1840  ;  Vicar  of 
"Warlingham,  Surrey. 

June    7.     Joseph  HaskoU,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  James  H.,  Custom 
House,  East  Street,  Kent  Road. 

Clare  College,  Cambridge ;  B.A.  1843  ;  M.A.  1848  ;  Canon  of 
St.  Ninian's,  Perth,  1850-56  ;  Rector  of  East  Barkwith,  Lincolnshire, 
1854;  author  oi  Life  of  Cervantes,  and  other  works  and  articles. 

William  Alexander  Osborne,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  June  2,  1824. 

Sept.  19.     Charles   Thomas    Blake,  aged   11,  sou  of  William  S.  B. 
clergyman,  Lammas,  Norfolk. 

Left  in  1838  ;  Jesus  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.)  1842  ; 
M.A.  1845  ;  Vicar  of  Gavton,  Norfolk,  1862  ;  Rector  of  Lyng,  Norfolk, 
1867  (now  Jex-Blake). 

„    22.     Barnard  George  Smith,  aged  10,  son  of  George  S.,  medicine 

vender,  47,  Salisbury  Square,  Fleet  Street. 
„    26.     Joseph  Child   Capes,  aged  7,  son  of  Joseph  C,  bookseller, 
Paternoster  Row. 
Left  in  1840  ;  died  1854. 
„    27.     Edward    Hope    Smith    Bowdich,  aged    9,  son  of  Thomas 
Edward  B.,  gentleman,  27,  Burton  Street. 
Oct.      1.     Charles   Scudamore   Longden,    aged    9,    son    of    Thomas 
Hayter  L.,  stock  broker.  Shooters  Hill. 

Left  about  1834  ;  Royal  Military  Academy,  Woolwich,  1837  ;  Lieut. 
R.A.  1839  ;  rose  to  the  rank  of  Major-General. 

„      3.     Bernard  Green  Snow,  aged  9,  son  of  Bernard  Geary  S., 
surgeon,  Highgate. 

Left  in  1839. 

George   Henry  Cooper,  aged   9,  son  of  George  Edward  C, 
Stock  Exchange,  22,  Mapleton  Place,  Burton  Crescent. 

Campd en  Exhibitioner,  1840;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1841  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.)  1844  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Inner 
Temple),  1848. 

^  On  May  5, 1831,  it  was  decided  that  the  High  Master  should  have  a  Presentation  once  a  year. 


284  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1831 

yldmittcd. 

Oct.      6.     James  Hannen,  aged  10,  son  of  James  H.,  wine  merchant, 
Dulwich. 

Left  in  1839  ;  University  of  Heidelberg  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Middle 
Temple),  1848  ;  Home  Circuit  ;  President  of  the  Probate  and  Divorce 
Division  of  the  High  Court  of  Justice,  1872  ;  Privy  Councillor,  1872; 
formerly  one  of  the  Puisne  Justices  of  the  Court  of  Queen's  Bench, 
1S6S  ;  Knighted,  1868  ;  Chaiiman  Old  Pauline  Dinner,  1869. 

„  11.  William  Jones,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  J.,  messenger, 
1,  Carjienters  Buildings,  London  Wall. 

„  14,  Ai'thur  John  Bowdler  Goodwyn,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas 
W.  G.,  brewer,  Bernard  Street. 

Principal  Cleik,  Exchequer  and  Audit  OflSce,  Somerset  House. 

Benjatuin     Babington,    aged    13,    son    of    Benjamin    B., 
M.D.  48,  Finsbury  Square. 

L»ft  in  1837  ;  Tmiity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1841  ;  M.A.  1845  ; 
Ciilled  to  the  Bi'.r  (Lincoln's  Inn),  1844  ;  Chancery  Barrister ;  died  1875. 

,,  15.  William  Brodrick,  aged  8,  son  of  William  B.,  solicitor.  Great 
Ormond  Street. 

Campdon  Exhi'oiiioner,  1842  ;  Trinitv College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1846  ; 
M.A.  1849  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  Inn),  1849. 

„    18.     Thomas  Rivington  Wheeler,  aged  13,  son  of  Thomas  Lowe 
W.,  surgeon,  61,  Gracechurch  Street. 
L.S.A.  1842;  M.K.C.S.  1843. 
Nov.    1.     Frank    Bowes    King,  aged    9,    son    of    Charles    B.     K., 
gent,  Bolton   Street,  Piccadilly. 

Left  in  1832;  Clare  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1846;  M.A.  1849; 
Yicar  of  Burstwick,  Yorkshire,  1852. 

„  3.  Alexander  Brooks  Millington,  aged  7,  son  of  Richard  Henry 
M.,  clergyman,  18,  Manchester  Street,  Manchester  Sq. 

„  4.  Henry  Fearon  Baber,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  Henry  B., 
gent,  Lawn  House,  Hanwell. 


1832 

Jan.  24.  Francis  George  Hodgson,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  H.,  clergy- 
man, Rickmansworth. 

Feb.  10.  John  Haggard,  aged  8,  son  of  Jolm  H.,  LL.D.,  Doctors 
Commons. 

Sulisequently  at  Westminster  School  and  HaileybuiT  College  ;  entered 
H.E.l.C.  Civil  Service  (Madras),  1843  ;  and  died  in  India,  1849. 

„    23.     Henry  Wilson  Seymour,  aged  10,  son  of  William  S.,  wine 
merchant,  22,  Upper  Stamford  Street. 

Left  in  1839. 

„    25.     Alfred  Roberts,  aged  9,  son  of  John  R.,  surgeon,  34,  Finsbury 
Circus. 

Guy's  Hospital  ;  Hon.  Secretary  and  Consulting  Surgeon  to  the 
Eoyai  Alfred  Hospital,  Sydney,  Kew  South  Wales  ;  author  of  various 
reports  on  Colonial  Hospitals,  presented  to  Parliament ;  Knighted 
May  24,  1883. 

„    27.     Charles  Bell,  aged  9,  son  of  William  B.,  solicitor,  18,  Char- 
terhouse Square. 


1832]  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  28.t 

Admitted. 

Feb.  27.     Charles  Robert  Eaton,  aged  9,  son  of  Mary  E.,  draper, 
Newmarket. 

Left  iu  1842  ;  private  tutor. 

Mar.     8.     William  Henry   Sawer,  aged   12,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  silk 
manufacturer,  Aldermanbury. 
„    19.     Frederick  Augueta  Barnard  Glover,  aged  7,  son  of  John 
Hulbert  G.,  the  Kings  Household,  57,  Lower  Stamford 
Street. 

Captain  (July— October,  1842)  ;  Haileybury  College,  Gold  Medal, 
1843  ;  Calcutta  College,  Gold  Medai,  1844  ;  Puisue  Judge  of  the  High 
Court  of  Calcutta  ;  died  1876. 

George  Samuel  Barling,  aged  12,  son  of  George  B.,  Army, 
55,  Old  Bailey. 
June  14.     James  Mud  ford,  aged  9,  son  of  James  M.,  woollen  draper, 
7,  Kingsland  Road,  Shoreditch. 

John  Windle,  Ca^oitaneo. 

Admitted  June  18,  1823. 

Sept.    4.     Edward  Holbeche  Couchman,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  C, 
gentleman.  Temple  Balsall,  Warwick. 

Leftinl838  ;  H.E.  PCS.;  Madras  Artillery,  Second  Lieut.  1841  ;  First 
Lieut.  1845  ;  Capt.  1856  ;  Assistant  Adjutant-General,  1859  ;  Major, 
1865  ;  Lieut.-Coi.  1866  ;   Brevet-Col.  1871  ;  died  1876. 

„    10.     Henry  Page  Howard,  aged  10,  son  of  Page  Gregory  H., 
miller,  Grantchester,  Cambridge. 

Left  in  1838  ;  Curator  of  the  Acclimatisation  Society  of  New  Zealand. 

„    13.     Charles  Harrison  Wright,  aged  10,  son  of  Samuel  P.  W., 

merchant,  Highbury  Terrace. 
„    22.     Astley  Roberts,  aged  7,  son  of  John  R.,  surgeon,  24,  Finsbury 

Circus. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1844  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.  A.  1848  ; 

Vicar  of  All  Saints,  Croxley  Green,  Kickmansworth. 

„    24.     George  Brien,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert   B.,  surgeon   R.N., 
7,  Spencer  Street,  Northampton  Square. 

Captain,  1841-12;  Campden  Exhibitioner;  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1843  ;  B.A.  1846  ;  M.A.  1849. 

Oct.      3.     Joshua    Bird    Allen,  aged  9,  son  of   Joshua    Jullien    A., 
attorney-at-law,  19,  Bartletts  Buildings. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1841 ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1845 ; 
called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple),  1847  ;  disbarred  at  own  request, 
1853  ;  Chief  Clerk,  Chancery  Division  Her  Majesty's  High  Court  of 
Justice,  1869. 

„      8.     Thomas  William  Bartley,  aged  9,  son  of  George  B.,  gentle- 
man, 19,  Charlotte  Street,  Portland  Place. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1841. 

Dudley  Clifton    Wodsworth,  aged  7,  son  of   Charles  W., 
clergyman.  South  Lambeth. 

Left  in  1840  ;  St.  George's  Hospital ;  M.R.C.S.E.  ;  Army  Assistant 
Surgeon,  1851  ;  Surgeon,  1858;  H.P.  1867  ;  served  in  12th  Lancers 
in  Cape,  Crimea,  and  Indian  Mutiny  ;  with  70th  Foot  in  New  Zealand  ; 
five  medals  and  three  clasps. 


286  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1832 

Admitted. 

Oct.  11.     Samuel  Harry  Wright,  aged  8,  sou  of  Samuel  Prujeaue  W., 
mercliant,  Highbury  Terrace. 
„    19.     Alfred  Bousfield,  aged  8,  son  of  Charles  P.  B.,  silk  manu- 
facturer, 50,  Cheapside. 

Left  in  1840  ;  Queens'  College,  Cambridge  (Scholar)  ;  B.A.  1852  ; 
Junior  Op.  and  Second  Class  Natural  Sciences  Tripos,  1853  ; 
M.A.   1867  ;  Vicar  of  Studley,  "Woodville,  and  Ratley,  "Warwickshire. 

„  20.  Lewis  Hodgson  Lee,  aged  8,  son  of  William  L.,  Custom 
House,  14,  Henrietta  Street,  Covent  Garden. 

„  29.  Charles  Churchill  Crakanthorp,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  C, 
Post  Office,  Spencer  Street. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1842  ;  Lincoln  College,  Oxford  (Scholar) ; 
B.A.  1845;  M.A.  1848;  sub-master  St.  Saviour's  Grammar  School, 
Southwark,  1845 ;  Head  Master,  1846  ;  Vicar  of  Castle  Bytham, 
Leicestershire,  1858. 

Nov.  16.     William  Babington,  aged  12,  son  of  Benjamin  G.  B.,  M.D., 
16,  Aldermanbury. 

Left  in  1839  ;  Pembroke  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1843  ;  M.A.  1846  ; 
Vicar  of  Manningtree,  Essex,  1854  ;  of  Stanton-on- Arrow,  Hereford,  1865. 

Dec.     1.     Birkett  Wilfrid  Taylor,  aged  10,  son  of  William  T.,  solicitor, 
30,  King  Street,  Cheapside. 
„       3.     Robert  Thompson  Whitehead  Butterworth,  aged  8,  son  of 
Henry  B.,  law  bookseller,  Fleet  Street. 

1833 

Jan.  23.     Robert  Cradock  Nichols,  aged  8,  son  of  John   Bowyer  N., 
printer,  25,  Parliament  Street. 
„    28.     John  Dawson,  aged  8,  son  of  John  William  D.,  solicitor, 
27,  Park  Street,  Camden  Town. 

Left  in  1840. 

Feb.    8.     Harford  Charles  Forbes  Livingston,  aged  9,  son  of  James  L., 
Major  H.E.I.C.S.,  22,  York  Place,  Portmau  Square. 

Died  while  in  the  Vlllth  Class,  June  1840. 

„    23.     James    Finlayson,  aged    9,  son    of   Leslie    F.,  gentleman, 
Salisbury  Square,  Fleet  Street. 
Mar.    6.     Charles    James  Davies,  aged  8,  son  of    Henry  D.,  M.D., 
18,  Savile  Row. 

Left  in  1840;  Royal  Military  Academy,  "Woolwich  ;  entered  Royal 
Artillery  ;  subsequently  proceeded  to  Haileybury  College,  and  entered 
Bombay  Civil  Service  ;  died  1869. 

Apr.     1.     Claudius  Robert  Rowlatt,  aged  8,  son  of  William  Henry  R., 
clerk  in  Holy  Orders,  Temple. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1843  ;  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1848  ; 
M.A.  1852  ;  ordained  in  1848  ;  joined  the  Church  of  Rome,  1858. 

„    16.     Richard  Taylor,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  T.,  surgeon,  Newport 
Street,  Blackfriars. 
Left  in  1840. 

James  Thring  Coxe,  aged  14,  son  of  C.  B.  C,  clerk  in  Holy 
Orders,  New  Town,  Hungerford. 
„    17.     Reginald  Stevenson  Davies,  aged  7,  son  of  Henry  D.,  M.D., 
18,  Savile  Row. 

Left  in  1842  ;  admitted  solicitor,  1848  ;  retired. 


1833]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  287 

Admitted. 

Apr.  17.     William  Henry  Saulez,  aged  9,  son  of  George  S.,  school- 
master, Alton,  Hants. 

Left  iu  1841;  H.E.LC.  service;  Bombay  Artilleiy,  Second  Lieut. 
1845  ;  Second  Cajitain,  1858  ;  Captain,  1861  ;  Lieut.-Col.;  died  1871. 

„    24.     James  Milner,  aged  9,  son  of  Smithson  M.,  barrister,  3,  Elm 
Court,  Temple. 

Campden  Exnibitioner,  1841  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1845  ;  M.A.  1848  ;  Rector  of  Elton,  Durham  ;  died,  c.  1876. 

May     1.     Murray  Burgess,  aged  9,  son  of   Francis   B.,   lieutenant, 
4,  Brecknock  Place,  Camden  Town. 

Left  in  1840. 

„    13.     George  Henry  Taylor,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  T.,  clergyman, 

Stoke,  near  Grantham. 
„    15.     William  Morris  Beaufort,  aged  9,  son  of  Francis  B.,  Captain 

R.N.,  8,  Cumberland  Street,  Bryanston  Square. 

Left  in  1839;  Haileybury  College;  Bengal  Civil  Service,  1842; 
called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple),  1857. 

June  10.     William    Henry   Wright    Cross,  aged  9,   son   of  William 

Henry  C,  solicitor,  27,  SuiTey  Street,  Strand. 

Charles  C.  Roberts,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  October  1,  1824. 

Sept.   3.     George  Frederic  Halse,  aged  7,  son  of  John  H.,  resident 
state  page  to  His  Majesty,  St.  James's  Palace. 

Note  by  Dr.  Sleath,  "Admitted  at  the  desire  of  His  Majesty,"  J.  S. ; 
left  in  1841  ;  sculptor  ;  author  of  Queen  Lata,  Agatha,  Sir  Guy  de 
Guy. 

„    22.     Edward  Arthur  Hardy,  aged  9,  son  of  William  Montagu  H., 
stockbroker,  3,  Willow  Terrace,  Canonbury. 

Left  in  1843. 

„    30.     Christopher  Packe,  aged  9,  son  of  Christopher  P.,  clerk  in 
Holy  Orders,  St.  Pauls  College, 
Charles   Edward   Pollock,   aged    9,    son   of  Frederick  P., 
barrister,  Guildford  Street. 

Left  in  1841  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple),  1847  ;  Home 
Circuit;  Q.C.  1866  ;  Baron  of  the  Exchequer,  1873  ;  Knighted  ;  joint- 
author  of  Maude  and  Pollock  on  Merchant  Shipping  ;  Chairman  of  the 
Old  Pauline  Dinner,  1873. 

Oct.      5.     Robert  Cotsworth  Lynam,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  L.,  clerk 
in  Holy  Orders,  38,  Irwin  Street,  Cripplegate. 
„    10.     Henry  Mark   Gregory,   aged   8,   son  of   Mark   Henry  G, 
solicitor.  Wax  Chandlers  Hall. 

Left  in  1840. 

James  Cutting  Safford,  aged  7,  son  of  James  C.  S.,  clerk, 
Mettingham. 
Died  in  the  Vlth  Class,  1842. 
„    13.     Robert  Ormond  Maughan,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  M.,  solicitor, 
Law  Institution,  Chancery  Lane. 

Admitted  solicitor. 

„    17.     George  Joseph  Oliver  Allman,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  A., 
bookseller,  42,  Holborn  Hill. 


288  SCHOLARS  OF   ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1833 

Admitted. 

Oct.   18.     Alfred  Payne,  aged  7,  son  of  William  P.,  solicitor,  Alder- 
manbury. 
„    21.     Charles  Spencer  Lowndes,  aged  8,  son  of  William  L.,  barrister, 
Hunter  Street. 
William    Smith,   aged    12,   son   of  William    S.,    solicitor, 
Streatham. 

Captain,  1839-40;  Lincoln  College,  Oxford  (Scliolar)  ;  B.A.  (First 
Class  Classics),  1843  ;  M.A.  1846  ;  Sub-Warden  of  St.  Peter's  College, 
Eadley,  18.51-53  ;  Principal  of  Fishponds  Training  College,  1853-71  ; 
Vicar  of  Newlaud-ciun-Redbrook,  1871. 

Nov.     6.     Robert  Hely  Hutchinson   Keightley,  aged   9,  son  of   — , 

colonel  in  army,  Devonshire  Square. 
„      8.     Rhodes  Sidney  Wright,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  Prujeane  W., 

merchant,  Highbury  Terrace. 
„    16.     Robert  Bristow  Tatham,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  H.  T., 

architect,  Montpelier  Square,  Brompton. 
„    18.     James  Austin,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  A.,  clerk  in  Holy 

Orders,  Haughton-le-Skerne,  Durham. 

Died  at  School,  1834. 

„    25.     William  Henderson  Bell,  aged  7,  son  of  Samuel  B.,  coal 
merchant,  8,  Park  Lane. 


1834 

Feb.  10.     Charles  Elder,  aged  13,  son  of  Joseph  E.,  Ordnance  Office, 
Tower. 
„    17.     Charles    Lowdell,    aged    9,    son   of    Charles    L.,    surgeon, 
Northampton  Square. 
Left  in  1842  ;  M.R.C.S.  1849. 

„    25.     Henry  Alfred  Allman,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  A.,  bookseller, 
34,  Old  Jewry. 

Left  in  1838. 

Apr.  10.     Thomas  John  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  William  S.,  attorney, 
Paragon,  Streatham. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1843;  Lincoln  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  1847; 
in  Holj'  Orders  ;  Assistant  Master,  Highgate  School  ;  died  1876. 

May  15.     Thomas  George  Pattinson  Hough,  aged  15,  son  of  James  H., 
clergyman.  Ham,  Surrey. 

Left  in  1838  ;  Caius  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.)  1842  ; 
M.A.  1845  ;  Vicar  of  Ham,  Surrey,  1848. 

J,    IG.     Charles  Jennings,  aged  8,  son   of  Robert  J.,  book.seller, 
62,  Cheapside. 

Left  in  1841;   St.   Thomas's  Hospital,  London;   M.R.C.S.  1847; 
L.S.A.  1848;  died  at  Christmas,  1849. 

„    31.     Samuel  Reynolds,  aged  9,  son  of  Osborne  S.  R.,  clergyman, 
Debach,  Suffolk. 

Note  by  Dr.  Kynaston,  "Expelled  October  31,  1839,  for  incorrigible 
truancy,"  H.  Kynaston,  High  Master. 


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Arthur  S.  Eddis,  Gapitaneo. 

Admitted  October  13,  1825. 
Admitted. 

Sept,  9.     William   Davison   Stanford,  aged  8,  son  of  William    S., 
draper,  29,  Lower  Holborn. 

Left  in  1838. 
„    10.     Richard  Whittington,  aged  9,  son  of  Benjamin  W.,  solicitor, 
2,  Deane  Street. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1843,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry- 
Exhibitioner,  1845  ;  B.A.  1847  ;  Norrisian  Prize,  1849  ;  M.A.  1850; 
Assistant  Master,  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  1853  ;  Townsend  Lecturer 
at  St.  Magnus,  London  Bridge,  1862  ;  Princii)al  of  the  City  of 
London  College,  1865  ;  Kector  of  St.  Peter-upon-Cornhill,  1867  ; 
Chief  Master  of  the  Lower  School,  Merchant  Taylors',  1875  ;  author 
of  The  In^iration  of  the  Historical  Boolcs  of  the  Old  Testament,  The 
Christian  Sabbath. 

„    16.     Richard  Short  Couchman,  ag«'3d  9,  son  of  Henry  C,  farmer, 
Temple  Balsall,  Warwick. 

Left  in  1837  ;  H.E.I.C.S.  ;  12th  Madras  Native  Infantry  ;  Ensign, 
1842  ;  Lieutenant,  1845  ;  Captain,  1856  ;  Major,  1862;  Lieut.  Colonel, 
1868  ;  Brevet-Colonel,  1873. 

„    18.     William    Andrews   Rogers,   aged    9,    son    of  William    R., 
surgeon,  Stanmore,  Middlesex. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1843,  Caius  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1847  ; 
M.B.  1850. 

„    29.     Edward   Healy,  aged  9,   son   of  Edward  H.,  shoemaker, 
291,  High  Holborn. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1843  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Pei-ry 
Exhibitioner,  1844  ;  B.A.  1847  ;  Head  Master  of  Bishop  Auckland 
Grammar  School,  1853-70  ;  Vicar  of  Copmanthorpe,  York,  1876. 

Oct.     2.     Philip  Prendergast,  aged  9,  son  of  Michael  P.,  barrister, 
82,  Castle  Street,  Holborn. 

Left  in  1843. 

„      6.     Bernard  William  Lucas,  aged  10,  son  of  R.  Wood  L.,  silk 
mercer,  Newgate  Street. 

Left  in  1842. 

Charles  Thompson,  aged  9,  son  of  John  T.,  oil  merchant, 
Pauls  Wharf. 

Left  in  1840. 

„      7.     Arthur  Alleyne  Bozzi  Granville,  aged  8,  son  of  Augustus 
Bozzi  G.,  M.D.,  16,  Grafton  Street. 

Civil  and  Hydraulic  Engineer,  New  York,  U.S. 
„      8.     Richard  Harvey  Crakanhorpe,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  C, 
General  Post  Office,  18,  Spencer  Street. 

Left  in  1840  ;  Civil  Service,  Sydney,  New  South  "Wales. 
Robert  Barnett  Brien,  aged  7,  son  of  Robert  B.,  surgeon 
R.N.,  Spencer  Street. 

Captain,  1844-45  ;  Pauline    Exhibitioner  ;  Lincoln  College,  Oxford 
(Scholar)  ;  B.A.  Second  Class  Classics,  1850. 

Edward  Spread  Beamish,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  H.   B., 

clergyman,  19,  Edgware  Terrace. 

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290  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1834 

Admitted. 

Oct.   10.     Edward  Hews  Bradby,  aged  7,  son  of  Edward  Taylor  B., 

32,  Norfolk  Street  (deceased). 
Charles   Pearson    Pritchard,  aged  8,  son  of  William  P., 
proctor,  Doctors  Commons. 

Left  in  1841  ;  Solicitor,  admitted  1807  ;  practised  in  London. 

Edward  Cookson,  aged  8,  son  of  Christopher  C,  military 
officer,  4,  Alfred  Place,  Blackfriars  Road. 

George    Griffin,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  W.  G.,  farmer, 
18,  Upper  North  Place,  Grays  Inn  Road. 
„    17.     James   Vaux,    aged    8,    son   of  Calvert    B.    V.,    surgeon, 
St.  Bennetts  Place. 

Left  in  1840. 

„    18.     Richard  Pattison,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  P.,  stockbroker, 

Hampstead. 
„    21.     Robert  Septimus  Gooday,  aged  10,  son  of  John  Crisp  G., 

surveyor  of  taxes,  Sudbury. 

Left  in  1843  ;   Exeter  College,   Oxford  ;   B.A.   1848  ;  M.A.  1858  ; 

Vicar  of  St.  James,  Oldliam,  Lancashire,  1864. 

„    23.     Edward  Sandford,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  S.,  barrister, 

40,  Southampton  Buildings. 
„    24.     Thomas  John  Clume   (Clunn),  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  C, 
hotel  keeper,  Covent  Garden. 
Nov.    1.     Spencer  Vincent,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  V.,  clergyman, 
Rowde,  near  Devizes. 

Captain,  1843-44 ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Ti-inity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1847  ;  B.A.  Junior  Op.  and  First  in 
Second  Class  Classical  Tripos,  1848  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Inner 
Temple),    1851. 

„    17.     Christopher  Henry  John  Halcomb,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H., 
barrister,  Highgate. 

Left  in  1840;  Queens'  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1850,  in  Holy 
Orders  ;  in  New  Zealand. 

„    18.     George  Webb,  aged  9,  son  of  Benjamin  W.,  wheelwright. 
Doctors  Commons. 

Left  in  1840  ;  in  business  in  London  ;  Common  Councillor  ;  Captain 
London  Rifle  Brigade  ;  died  1867. 

Henry  Mackenzie  Brenchley,  aged  12,  son  of  Charles  B., 
auctioneer,  Camberwell. 
„    19.     Henry  Charles  Kempson,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  Charles  K., 
tobacco  manufacturer,  55,  Hatton  Garden. 
Left  in  1839. 

Dec.     5.     Robert  Albion  Pritchard,  aged  7,  son  of  William  P.,  proctor, 
Doctors  Commons. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1846,  Lincoln  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (Third 
Class  Classics),  1850  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple),  1855  ;• 
Northern  Circuit  ;  D.C.L. 

„      6.     Silvester  Charles  Capes,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  C,  book- 
seller, Paternoster  Row. 

Left  in  1841  ;  Pvoyal  Academy  of  Arts  (Silver  Medal),  1845 ; 
Architect;    F.R.I. B.A. 


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SCHOLARS  OF  ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL. 


291 


Admitted. 

Jan.  27. 


Feb.  9. 
„  21. 
„    23. 


Mar.     2. 


May    8. 

June    3. 

„    22. 
»    30. 


1835 

Warren  Burrows  Hastings,  aged  9,  son  of  W.  W.  B., 
solicitor,  Harper  Street. 

Campden  Exhibitiouer,  1844,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1847  ;  B.A.  1848  ;  M.A.  1852 ;  Vicar  of  Ludford, 
Lincolnshire  ;   died  1871. 

Thomas  Tomlins  Crickitt,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  Lane  C, 

solicitor,  Hatton  Garden. 
George  Llewelling  Millard,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  L.  M.,  surgeon, 

Haverfordwest. 
Charles  Underwood  Dasent,  aged  9,  son  of  Caroline  M.  D., 

widow,  Serjeants  Inn,  Fleet  Street. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1844,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1846  ;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.  and  Third  Class  Classics),  1848  ; 
M.A.  1851  ;  formerly  Assistant  Master  King's  College  School ;  Head 
Master  of  Alford  Grammar  School  ;  Rector  of  Thoresby,  1870-75  ; 
Vicar  of  Ludford,  Lincolnshire,  1881. 

William  Robert  Burrell,  aged  8,  son  of  Peter  A.  B.,  solicitor, 
Edwards  Terrace,  Islington. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1845,  Queen's  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1849  ; 
in  Holy  Orders,  Jamaica  ;  died  1879. 

Edward  Capel  Whitehurst,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  W., 
Nine  Elms,  Vauxhall. 
Left  in  1840. 

(Henry)  John  Surtees,  aged  8,  son  of  Aubone  A.  S.,  Navy 
Pay  Office,  Walworth. 

Eyre  Nicholas  Champion  de  Crespigny,  aged  13,  son  of 
Heaton  de  C,  clergyman,  27,  Queen  Street,  Grosvenor 
Square. 

Octavius  Bayliffe  Ebsworth,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  E.,  wool- 
broker,  Rodney  Street. 

Left  in  1842  ;  Merchant  in  Sydney,  New  South  "Wales  ;  Gold  Medal 
for  improvement  in  Australian-made  tweeds  ;  died  1869. 

Robert  Hannen,  aged  7,  son  of  James  H.,  wine  merchant, 
Dulwich. 

Left  in  1841 ;  went  to  United  States  ;  deceased. 
John    William    Rider,  aged   8,  son    of  John    R.,    printer, 
36,  Little  Britain. 

Left  in  1843. 

Richard  George  Suter,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard  S.,  architect, 
35,  Fenchurch  Street. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1846,  Trinity  College,  Camluidge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1848  ;  B.A.  1850  ;  M.A.  1854  ;  Minister  of  the  Catholic 
Apostolic  Church  (in  Australia). 


B.  JoWETT,  Capitanco. 
Admittul  June  16,  1829. 

Sept.  17.     William  Henry  Hastings  Robinson,  aged  7,  son  of  W.  W.  R. 
clergyman,  Rochford,  Essex. 

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292  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1835 

Admitted. 

Sept.  19.     Thomas   Norton   Harper,   aged    13,  son   of   William   H., 
merchant,  22,  Kensington  Crescent. 
Left  in  1840. 
„    22.     George  Augustus  Frederick  Mayne,  aged  9,  son  of  James  M., 

clergyman,  rector}^,  Bethnal  Green. 
,,    24.     George  Rawstorne  Gibson,  aged  11,  son  of  George  W.   G., 
Colonel,  Artillery,  Jewin  Street. 
Oriel  College,  Oxford  ;  Third  Class  Classics,  1846  ;  B.A.  1847. 
Oct.   11.     Charles  John  Clay,  aged  8,  son  of  Richard  J.  C,  printer. 
Bread  Street  Hill. 

Captain,  1845-46  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1849  ;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.  and  fourth  in 
First  Class  Classics),  1850  ;  M.A.  1853  ;  Cambridge  University  Press. 

„    13.     John  Willium    Conway   Hughes,    aged    11,    son   of   John 
William  H.,  clergyman,  Oxford. 

Removed  to  Winchester  College  ;  Fox  and  Burton  Exhibitioner  ; 
Scholar  of  Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (New  Inn  Hall, 
Third  Class  Litt.  Hum.),  1849  ;  H.M.  Chaplain  in  the  Ionian  Islands. 

„    14.     William  Roberts,  aged  7,  son  of  John  R.,  surgeon,  Finsbury 
Circus. 

Left  in  1845  ;  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1856  ;  Vicar  of 
Wigginton,  Herts,  1875. 

„     80,     Morris    Thomas,  aged    9,  son    of  Evan    T.,  linen   draper, 
1,  Pickett  Street,  Strand. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1845,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1847  ;  B.A.  1849  ;  M.A.  1854  ;  Vicar  of  St.  Mary, 
Spital  Square,  London,  1868. 

Nov.  11.     Alfred  EUaby,  aged  9,  son  of  Francis  E.,  clerk,  3,  Morn- 
ington  Crescent. 

Left  young  for  a  school  at  High  "Wycombe  ;  became  a  Midshipman 
in  Green's  service  ;  fell  overboard  in  the  Hooghly  and  was  drowned. 

„    16.     Francis    Clarke  Walsh,    aged    13,    son    of   Benjamin  W., 
gentleman,  Frome,  Somerset. 

Captain,  1840-41  ;  University  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1845 ; 
M.A.  1867  ;  in  Holy  Orders  ;  at  one  time  Master  of  a  Preparatory  School. 

„    17.     Frederick   Sleap,  aged   8,  son  of  John   Giffor  S.,   broker, 
Islington. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1846,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  PeiTy  Ex- 
hibitioner, 1848  ;  B.A.  1851  ;  M.A.  1858  :  Vicar  of  Darfield,  York,  1873. 

„    21.     Henry  Sandwith,  aged  7,  son  of  Humphrey  S.,  iDhysician, 
42,  Great  Ormond  Street. 

Left  in  1840  ;  Kingston  College,  Hull  ;  St.  Catherine's  College, 
Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1852  ;  M.A.  1866  ;  Vicar  of  Thorpe  Salvin,  York. 

„     23.     Ferdinand    Edmond  Jonds  (Jones),   aged   8,  son   of  John 

Lee  J.,  solicitor,  Mark  Lane. 

1836 

Jan.  26.     Henry  Archibald  Merrett,  aged  7,  son  of  W.  G.  M.,  surgeon, 

115,  Leadeuhall  Street. 
Feb.  10.     Georae    Qui  Iter,    aged    9,   son  of   George    Q.,    clergyman, 

Canwick.  Lincoln. 
Left  in  1841. 


1836]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  293 

Admitted. 

Feb.  20.     Alfred   James   Carver,   aged   9,  son   of  James  C,   clergy- 
man, Barnsbury  Street,  Islington. 

Campdeu  Exhibitioner,  1845  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambriilge  (Scholar)  ; 
Bell  Scholar,  1846  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1848  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.  and 
First  Class  Classics),  1849  ;  Burney  Prize,  1850  ;  M.A.  1852  ;  Fellow 
of  Queens'  ;  Snrniaster  St.  Paul's  School,  1852  ;  Master  of  Dulwich 
College,  1858-83*  JD.D.  (Lambeth),  1861  ;  Hon.  Canon  of  Rochester. 

Mar.     2.     Charles    Hansard    Ekins,    aged    9,  son  of   Mary  Ann  E., 
widow,  13,  Frederick  Place,  Mile  End  Road. 
Left  in  1839. 
„      3.     Thomas  Brodrick,  aged  10,  son  of  William    B.,  solicitor, 
Great  Ormond  Street. 

Left  in  1842  ;  admitted  Solicitor,  1847  ;  pi'-ictised  at  Salisbury  ; 
Secretary  to  the  Bishop,  and  Registrar  of  the  Probate  Court. 

Apr.  12,     Ray    Charles    Golding,    aged    11,   son   of  Benjamin    G. 

physician,  77,  St.  Martins  Lane. 

Left  in  1840. 

May  11.     George  Mortimer  Taylor,  aged  8,  son  of  George  T.,  gent, 
Plymouth. 
„    13.     James  Harrison  Watson,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  James  W., 
gent,  Asylum  for  the  Deaf  and  Dumb. 

Left  in  1846  ;  Pembroke  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1851  ;  M.A.  1854  ; 
Principal  of  the  Deaf  and  Dumb  Asylum,  Old  Kent  Road. 

„    19.     Thomas  Shannon,  aged  9,  son  of  William  T.  S.  {deceased), 
38,  Store  Street,  Bedford  Square. 
William   Lucas  Jones,  aged   11,  son  of  Charles  James  J., 
solicitor's  clerk,  35,  Bronte  Place,  Walworth. 

Left  in  1839  ;  Solicitor,  practised  in  London. 

Apr.  20.     James  Prendergast,  aged  9,  son  of  Michael  P.,  barrister, 
32,  Castle  Street,  Holborn. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1845,  Queens'  College,  Camliridge ; 
B.A.  1849  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Middle  Temple),  1856  ;  Attorney- 
Cxeneral  of  New  Zealand,  1872  ;  Chief  Justice,  1876  ;  Knighted,  1881. 

June  27.     Percy  Millington,    aged  10,    son  of  R.  H.  M.,  clergyman, 
18,  Mai^chester  Street. 

William  Jephson,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  Deccmhcr  2,  1828. 

July  14.     Alexander  H.  Dawson,  aged  8,  son   of  John  William  D., 
solicitor,  Charlotte  Street,  Bloomsbury,  ^1841. 

Entered  the  Indian  Army  ;  Colonel  in  the  Royal  (late  Madras) 
Artillery. 

Sept.21.     William  Barney  Tate,  aged  9,  son  of  William  T.,  solicitor, 
2,  Eldon  Place,  Kennington.  1841. 

University  College  and  Hospital,  London;  M.R.C.S.  1849; 
M.D.  King's  College,  Aberdeen,  1854  ;  L.S.A.L.  1858  ;  M.R.C.P.  Lon- 
don, 1859  ;  Surgeon  of  E.L  ship  Alfred,  1849-52  ;  Surgeon  of  Army 
"Works  Corps  in  Crimea,  1855-56  ;  Physician  and  Superintendent  of 
Lunatic  Hospital,  Kottingliam,  1859. 

^  From  the  time  of  Dr.  Kynaston's  ap-       left   the   School,    and   generally   also   the 
pointment    to    the    High    Mastership,    a       Class  in  which  they  left, 
register  was  kept  which  shows  when  boys 


294  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1836 

Admitted. 

Sept.  29.     Joseph  Adderley  Chichele  Helm,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph 
Charles  H.,  clergyman,  Worthing.  1840. 

Jesus  College,  Cambridge  (Scholar,  1846)  ;  B.A.  Junior  Op.  and 
First  Class  Classics,  1849  ;  Fellow  ;  M.A.  1852. 

„    30.     Charles  Frederick  Bode,  aged  9,  son  of  WilUam  B.,  gentle- 
man, Dalston,  Middlesex.  1843. 
Oct.      3.     Joseph  Robert  Monkhouse,  aged  8,  son  of  H.  M.,  solicitor, 
3,  Craven  Street,  Strand. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1847  ;  Queen's  College,  Oxford  (Fitzgerald 
Exhibitioner)  ;  migrated  to  Alban  Hall  ;  B.A.  1851  (Fourth  Class 
Classics)  ;  cilled  to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  Inn),  1854. 

„  22.  William  Finer,  aged  13,  son  of  William  F.,  surgeon, 
102,  Curtain  Road.  1840. 

„  29.  George  Frederick  Prescott,  aged  9,  son  of  F.  J.  P.,  War 
Office,  10,  Huntley  Street,  Bedford  Square. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1846  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  (Scholar, 
1849)  ;  B.A.  Junior  Op.  and  First  Class  Classics,  1850  ;  M.A.  1854 ; 
Vicar  of  St.  Michael's,  Paddington,  1864. 

John  Smith,  aged   9,  son  of  William  S.,   solicitor.  Angel 

Court.  1841. 

Nov.    3.     John  Thomas  Hyde,  aged  9,  son  of  H.  W.  C.  H.,  clergyman, 

Camberwell.  1841. 

Addiscombe  College,  passed  as  First  Engineer,  1846  ;  resigned  his 
appointment  in  India  from  ill-health,  and  entered  Emmanuel  College, 
Cambridge  (Exhibitioner  of  the  Goldsmith's  Company);  B.A.  1853; 
M.A.  1856  ;  Mathematical  Professor  at  Addiscombe  ;  Rector  of  Wemb- 
worthy,  Devon,  1870  ;.  Rector  of  Wallington,  Herts,  1878;  Rector  of 
Ruan  Lanyhorne,  Cornwall,  1882. 

„    21.     Ashwin   Drope  Gough,  aged   12,  son  of  William  G.,  gent, 

Hinton,  Worcester.  1839. 

Dec.     2.     Hugh   de   Capiet  Eaiie,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  E.,  gent, 

16,  Peters  Hill  1847. 

„    17.     John   Abernethy   Kingdon,  aged    8,  son  of   William    K., 

surgeon,  2,  New  Bank  Buildings.  1844. 

St  Bartholomew's  Hospital;  M.R.C.S.  1849  ;  F.R.C.S.  1861 ;  Surgeon 

to  the  City  of  Loudon  Truss  Society,  &c. 


1837 


Feb.     2.     Edward  John  Barham,  aged  9,  son  of  R.  H.  B.,  clergyman, 
St.  Pauls. 

Son  of  R.  H.  B.  (Captain,  1806)  ;  died  June  4,  1840,  aged  13,  and 
was  buried  in  the  Rector's  vault  of  St.  Mary  Magdalene,  of  which  his 
father  was  Rector. 

„      9.     John  James   Scargill,  aged    8,  son  of  John  S.,   solicitor. 
Burton  Crescent.  1846. 

Entered  a  solicitor's  office  ;  afterwards  Clare  College,  Cambridge ; 
B.A.  1855  ;  in  Holy  Orders. 

„     20.     Henry  Edmund  Cole,    aged  12,    son  of   H.  E.    C,    gent. 
Old  Kent  Road.  1840. 


i837]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  295 


Mar,    4.     William  Christopher  Valentine,  aged  8,  son  of  William  V., 

clergyman,  London  Hospital.  1847. 

Worcester  College,  Oxon  ;  B.A.  1850  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's 

Inn),  1857. 

„      8.     Philip  Henry  Suter,  aged  9,  son  of  Kichard  S.,  architect, 

Fenchurch  Street.  1838. 

Died  in  the  School,  November,  1838. 

Walter  John  McDowall,  aged  9,  son  of  Walter  McD.,  M.A. 
4,  Pemberton  Row.  1846. 

Lost  au  eye  while  in  the  School  in  consequence  of  a  wound  from 
a  pen  tliro\\Ti  across  the  School,  and  was  withdrawn  for  apprehended 
loss  of  sight  ;  became  a  printer  ;  died  at  Geelong,  1878. 

„      9.     Corbet  Metcalf  Moore,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  M.,  clergyman, 

Eley,  Norfolk. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1847,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry 
Exhibitioner,  1848  ;  B.A.  1851  ;  Rector  of  Beechamwell  St.  Mary-cuni- 
Beechamwell  St.  John,  Norfolk,  1855-68;  Vicar  of  All  Saints', 
Cheltenham,  1868. 

Apr.  15.     Charles  Frewen  Kelly,  aged  9,  son  of  Anthony  Plumley  K., 
clergyman,  Charles  Square,  Hoxton. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1846,  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ; 
B.A.  1850  ;  M.A.  1853. 

May     9.     Henry  Reeve,  aged  10,  son  of  John  Foster  R.,  surgeon, 

84,  Great  Ormond  Street.  1842. 

William  Costall  May,  aged  9,  son  of  William  M.,  surgeon, 

26,  Bow  Lane.  1842. 

King's  College,  London,  1844-48  ;  M.R.C.S.  1848  ;  L.S.A.L.  1848  ; 
practised  in  London. 

Thomas  Julius  Henderson,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H.,  Lieut. 
in  Navy,  Peters  Hill.  1846. 

Wadham  College,  Oxon;  B.A.  1849;  M.A.  1852;  Minister  of 
Kenniugton,  Berks,  1856  59  ;  Vicar  of  South  Beufleet,  Essex,  1859-72  ; 
Perpetual  Curate  of  Canvey  Island,  Essex,  1860-72  ;  Rector  of  Heywood, 
Lancaslm-e,  1872. 
July  3.  John  Nevison  May,  aged  8,  son  of  William  M.,  surgeon, 
26,  Bow  Lane.  1844. 

Paper  Manufacturer,  "Woking. 

„  5.  George  Blew  Golding,  aged  8,  son  of  Benjamin  G.,  physician, 
77,  St.  Martins  Lane.  1843. 

„  11.  Edgar  Hyde,  aged  8,  son  of  H,  W.  C.  H.,  clergyman, 
Camberwell.  1848. 

Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford  (Scholar)  ;  Junior  Mathematical 
Scholar,  1849  ;  B.A.  1851  ;  First  Class  Mathematics,  Third  Class 
Classics  ;  Fellow  ;  M.A.  ;  Master  at  Cheltenham  College,  1853  ;  Head 
Master  of  Limerick  and  Killaloe  School,  1859  ;  Tutor  in  Jurisprudence, 
Civil  and  International  Law,  to  the  Hon.  Society  of  the  Inner  Temple  ; 
called  to  the  Bar,  1862  ;  Advocate  of  the  High  Court  of  Calcutta. 

William  Newton  Harriott,  Capitanco. 

Admitted  September  10,  1829. 

Sept.  15.    Edward  Robert  Welshman,  aged  9,  son  of  C.  W.,  physician, 
Army,  Oriental  Club,  Calcutta. 
Died  in  the  School,  September,  1839. 


296  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1837 

Admitted. 

Sept.  22.     Edward  Heming  Kice,  aged  15,  son  of  Edward  R.,  clergy- 
man, head  grammar  master,  Clirists  Hospital. 

Previously  a  Deput)--Grecian  at  Christ's  Hospital ;  University  College, 
Oxford  ;  Prize  for  Mathematics,  1842  ;  died  at  College,  1844. 

,,    28.     Robert  Rainy  Pennington  Stanley,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward 
S.,  surgeon,  Lincolns  Inn  Fields. 
Oct.     3.     Augustus   Kempson,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  Charles    K., 
ironmonger,  55,  Hatton  Garden. 
Robert  Charles  Knott,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  R.  K.,  clergy- 
man, 150,  Leadenhall  Street. 

L.S.  A.  Londou  ;  now  in  Canterbury,  New  Zealand. 

„      6.     Heniy    Spencer,   aged    8,    son    of    Edward    S.,    solicitor, 

11,  Brunsmck  Parade,  Pentonville. 
„    12,     Thomas    Rowe,   aged    9,   son    of    Matthias    R.,   surgeon, 

24,  Woburn  Place. 
„    17.     William  Hunter  Cruden,  aged  11,  son  of  William  C,  clerk, 

Odiham,  Hants. 
Nov.  20.     Godfrey  Richard  Ferries  (Ferris),  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  F., 

clergyman,  Dallington,  Sussex. 

Durham    University  ;     B.A.    (First     Classical    Honours),    1847  ; 

Fellow,  1849  ;  M.R.C.S.  1852  ;  now  in  Calcutta. 

James  Frederick  Walsh,  aged  12,  son  of  James  Thomas  W., 
Custom  House,  49,  Stamford  Street. 
Secretary  to  the  Varna  Railway  Company. 

1838 

Jan.  23.     Ebenezer  Pitman,  aged  8,  son  of  John  P.,  gent,  6,  Colebrook 
Row,  Islington. 
Charles  Andrew  Prescott,  aged   8,  son  of  F.  G.  P.,  War 
Office,  10,  Huntley  Street,  Bedford  Square. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1848,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  Scholar; 
B.A.  (Second  Class  Classics)  1852  ;  Banker  (Prescott,  Cave,  &  Co.). 

Paul  Randolph  Cobbold,  aged  9,  son  of  R.   K.  C,  gent, 

Southwold,  Suffolk. 
Henry  Kemp,  aged  9,  son  of  William  Richard  K.,  grocer, 

43,  Little  Eastcheap. 
Edward    McDonald    (McDonnel)   Mayor,    aged   8,   son  of 

George  M.,  merchant,  23,  Old  Fish  Street. 
„    24.     George  Spence  Walsh,  aged  10,  son  of  James  Thomas  W., 

deputy  collector,  Custom  House,  49,  Stamford  Street. 
Feb.   13.     William  Zachariah  Kingdon,  aged  10,  son  of  William  K., 

surgeon.  New  Bank  Buildings. 

Entered  Merchant  Taj-lors'  School,  January,  1835  ;  left  St.  Paul's 
School  about  1843  ;  Merchant  ;  died  in  Brazil,  1857. 

,,    15.     Frederick  Forster,  aged  10,  son  of  John  F.,  surgeon.  Mount 
Street,  Lambeth. 
Mar.     9.     Alfred    William    Monkhouse,  aged    8,   son   of  C.    T.   M., 
solicitor,  3,  Craven  Street,  Strand. 

Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford  ;  Second  Class  Classical  Moderations,  1853  ; 
B.A.  (Third  Class  Litt.  Hum.)  1855;  M.A.  1858;  Vicar  of  Barton,  Camb. 


1838]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  297 

Admitted. 

Mar.  14.     William  Henry  Mavor,  aged  9,  son  of  William  M.,  clergy- 
man, Woodstock. 
„     15.     William  Edward    Nethersole,  aged    9,  son  of   W.  D.  N., 

solicitor,  15,  Essex  Street,  Strand. 
„    26.     William  Charles  Gainer,  aged  12,  son  of  William  G.,  steward, 
ma,  St.  James's  Place.  VIII.  1844. 

Pembroke  College,  Oxford,  1847  ;  St.  Mary  Hall,  1848  ;  B.A.  1850. 

Edward  Geary  Snow,  aged  9,  son  of  Bernard  Geary  S., 
surgeon,  Highgate.  VI.  1843. 

Royal  Military  Academy,  Woolwich  ;  Captain  R.A.  ;  killed  in  the 
trenches  before  Sebastopol,  1855. 

Edmund  B.  Snow,  aged  9,  son  of  Bernard  Geary  S.,  surgeon, 
Highgate.  VII.  1844. 

R.M.L.L;  Lt.-Colonel,  1876. 

„    29.     Sydney  Poole  Lowdell,  aged  7,  son  of  George  L.,  surgeon, 
Linkfield,  Surrey.  II.  1841. 

Guy's  Hospital;  L.S.A.L.  1853;  M.R.C.S.  1854;  Certificate  from 
the  Admiralty  for  passing  as  Surgeon  ;  Surgeon  to  Honourable  Hudson 
Bay  Company  ;  Surgeon  to  H.M.  Prisons,  Dartmoor  and  Portland  ; 
Surgeon  to  Isle  of  Sark. 

Apr.    9.     Charles  Miles,  aged  10,  son  of  John  M.,  surgeon,  23,  Throg- 
morton  Street. 

May     1.     William  Chartres  Safford,  aged  8,  son  of  James  Cutting  S., 
clergyman,  Mettingham  Castle,  Suffolk. 

Paulino  Exhibitioner,  1848,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1850  ;  Scholar  ;  B.A.  1852  ;  M.A.  1855  ;  Rector 
of  Christchiu'ch-cum-St.  Ewens,  Bristol,  1855-59  ;  Perpetual  Curate 
of  Sloven,  Suffolk,  1859-66;  Rector  of  Attleborough,  1866. 

June  19.     Herbert  Aylwiu,  aged  9,  son  of  George  A.,  gent,  17,  Finsbury 
Square. 
Henry  Francis  Shebbeare,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  J.  S., 
barrister,  Grove  Cottage,  Clapham. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  1847,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A. 
(Second  Class  Classical  Tripos),  1851 ;  called  to  the  Bar,  Inner  Temple, 
1852. 


298  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1838 


1838-1876 
High  Master         HERBERT  KYNASTON. 

Educated  at  "Westminster  School ;  Student  of  Christ  Church,  Oxford;  B.A.  (First 
Class  Litt.  Hum.),  1831;  M.A.  1833;  B.D.  and  D.D.  1849;  Rector  of 
St.  Nicholas  Cole  Abbey,  with  St.  Nicholas  Olave,  London,  1850-66  ;  Pre- 
bendary of  Holbom  in  St.  Paul's  Cathedral,  1853  ;  retired  from  the  High 
Mastership,  Christmas,  1876  ;  died  1878  ;  author  of  miscellaneous  poems  and 
numerous  hymns,  both  in  Latin  and  English,  besides  verses  recited  at  St.  Paul's 
School  Appositions. 

Surmastcr  1838        John  Philips  Bean. 

See  before,  1814-37. 

Surmastcr  1852        Alfred  James  Carver. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School.     See  admissions,  February  20,  1836. 

Surmastcr  1858        John  Kempthorne. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School.     See  admissions,  November  30,  1846. 

Surmastcr  1864        Joseph  Hirst  Lupton. 

Educated  at  Giggleswick  School,  Yorkshire  ;  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge ; 
B.A.  (Fifth  in  Fii'st  Class  Classical  Tripos),  1858  ;  M.A.  1861  ;  Fellow  of 
St.  John's  ;  Assistant  Master  City  of  London  School ;  editor  of  Colet's  works : 
De  Sacravicntis  Ecclcsicc,  Th^e  Hierarchies  of  Dionysms,  Lecttircs  on  the  Epistle 
to  the  Romans,  and  Un  tJie  First  Epistle  to  tlie  Corinthians,  Letters  on  the  Mosaic 
Account  of  the  Creation;  author  of  The  Life  of  St.  John  of  Damascus,  and 
translator  of  Erasmus's  Lives  of  Vitrier  and  Colet. 

^Third  Master     1838         James  Cooper. 

See  before,  1814-37. 

Third  Master      1861        Edward  Taylor  Hudson. 

Educated  at  Christ's  Hospital ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1849  ;  M.A.  1852  ; 
Assistant  Master  in  Kensington  Proprietary  School ;  died  1875. 

Third  Master      1875         James  William  Shepard. 

Educated  at  King's  College  School,  London  ;  Balliol  College,  Oxford ;  Second 
Class  Classical  Moderations,  1853  ;  Fu-st  Class  (Litt.  Hum.),  1855  ;  B.A.  1856  ; 
M.A.  1858. 

ilthMastlr^  1 1838        Charles  Coleby  Roberts. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School.     See  admissions,  October  1,  1824. 

Fourth  Master  1855  Edward  Taylor  Hudson. 
Fourth  Master  1862  James  William  Shepard. 
Fourth  Master    1875        Robert  Barlow  Gardiner. 

Educated  at  St.  Paul's  School.     See  admissions,  October  6,  1854. 

^  The  title  of  the  office  was  changed  by  the  Court  of  Assistants. 


i838] 


SCHOLAKS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL. 


299 


Mathematical  \ 
Master         J 

See  before,  1814-37. 

Math  em  atical  )     -ioa.-> 
Master         ]    ^^^^ 


Kev.  J.  Cooper  (contimted). 
George  Lambert. 

December  20. 


3Iathcmatical 
Master 


1854 


William  Lethbridge. 

December  21. 
St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (9th  Wrangler),  1850  ;  M.A.  1853. 

Mathematical ) 


1864 


E.  A.  Hadley. 


Master        j 

September  167 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (4th  "Wrangler),  1858  ;  M.A.  1861  ;  Fellow  of 
Trinity. 


First    French  \ 
Master         j 

Died  1858. 

First    French  \ 
Master         | 

Second  French  \ 
Master         j 

SecondFrench  \ 
blaster         j 


1853        Charles  Jean  Delille. 

Jiohj  28. 

1859        Tito  Pagliardini. 

February  4. 

1853        Tito  Pagliardinl 

July  28. 

1859        L^once  STii:vENARD. 

February  4. 


Supernumerary  Instructors  in  Composition  and  Extra  Beading — 
1868        W,  R  Kennedy. 

Fellow  of  Pembroke  College,  Cambridge. 

1870        G.  C.  W.  Warr. 

Fellow  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 

1873        Isaac  S.  Leadam. 

Fellow  of  Brasenose  College,  Oxford. 

1875        A.  W.  Verrall. 

Fellow  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge. 


300  SCHOLAKS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1S38 


SCHOLARS. 
Thomas  Burnaby,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  Kovcmher  2,  1829. 
Admittrd. 

Sept.  17.     Hugh  Kennedy,  aged  9,  son  of  Hugh  K.,  gent,  4,  Clarence 
Terrace,  St.  HeUer,  Jersey. 

Captain,  1846-47  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Balliol  College,  Oxford  ; 
Registrar  of  the  Universitj',  Sydney,  Kew  South  Wales. 

„    18.     Adam  Henry  George  Block,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  Richard  B., 
merchant,  Muswell  Hill. 
John  William  Doutty,  aged  9,  son  of  John  D.,  clerk  in  the 
Admiralty,  1,  Earl  Street,  Blackfriars. 

Appointed  to  a  clerkship  in  the  Admiralty. 

Oct.     5.     Edward  Dew  Stanley,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  S.,  surgeon, 
Lincolns  Inn  Fields. 

Died  in  the  School  in  the  Vth  Class  in  1843. 

„    10.     Henry  Bickham  Martin,  aged  8,  son  of  John  M.,  librarian 
to  Duke  of  Bedford,  Froxfield,  Woburn. 

"Went  into  business  ;  died  at  Montreal,  1879. 

„    11.     Samuel  Robert  Calthrop(Cal thorp),  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  C, 
grazier,  Swineshead  Abbey,  Boston. 

Captain,  1847-48  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge ; 
Perry  Exhibitioner,  1850-53. 

„    13.     Augustus  Field,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  F.,  barge  builder, 
7,  Albion  Place,  Blackfriars. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1848,  Clare  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1853  ; 
M.A.  1856  ;  Vicar  of  Pool  Quay,  Montgomery,  1863. 

Nov.  13.     Arthur  Thompson  Bonner,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  B.,  solicitor, 
Spalding,  Lincoln. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1847,  Lincoln  College,  Oxford ;  Scholar ; 
B.A.  (Third  Class  Litt.  Hum.),  1853  ;  Ordained,  1853  ;  one  of 
H.M.'s  Inspectors  of  Schools  ;   died  1868. 

Dec.  10.     Charles  Watson  Kitching,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  K.,  surgeon, 
1,  West  Place,  St.  George's  Road. 
„    15.     Edmund  Eyre  Lloyd,  aged  9,  son  of  Edmund  L.,  bookseller, 
Harley  Street,  Cavendish  Square. 

1839 

Feb.  15.     George  Herrick  Burnaby,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  clergy- 
man, Quorndon,  Leicester.  II.  ISiO. 

E.N.  ;  died  Lieutenant,  1853. 

„    20.     Henry  Bolland,  aged  9,  son  of  Wm  B.,  clergyman,  Cheshunt. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1848,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Senior 
Op.),  1853  ;  M.A.  1856  ;  Domestic  Chaplain  to  Viscount  Hill;  Vicar 
of  St.  James,  Wolverhampton,  1863,  and  Rural  Dean. 

28.     Hugh  Jacobs,  aged  11,  son  of  William  Hearn  J.,  farmer, 
Chale,  Isle  of  Wight. 

Queen's  College,  Oxford  ;  Bible  Clerk  ;  B.A.  (Fourth  Class  Litt. 
Hum.),  1849  ;   intended  for  Orders,  but  died  1850,  aged  23. 

Mar.    5.     Frederick  William  Maskall,aged  9,  son  of  William  Henry  M., 
calenderer,  48,  Barbican. 


1839]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  301 

AdmitfecL 

Mar.  22.  Francis  Everest  Blunt,  aged  9,  son  of  William  B.,  clergy- 
man, 5,  Suftolk  Lane. 

June  14?.  Hugh  Percy  de  Bathe  Gleig,  aged  8,  son  of  George  Robert  G., 
clergyman,  Chelsea  Hospital.  II.  18-tO. 

Dieil  1S42. 

July  10.  Henry  Thornton  Perkin,  aged  13,  son  of  R.  T.  P.,  pawn- 
broker, Streatham. 

William  Smith,  Oapitanco. 

Admitted  October  21,  1833. 

Sept.  10.  Edward  Augustus  Chichester  Macartney,  aged  11,  son  of 
Joseph  M.,  gentleman,  Farm  Hill,  Holy  wood,  County 
Down,  Ireland.  II.  1840. 

„  25.  Augustus  Minier  Ibbetson  Golding  (Goulding),  aged 
8,  son  of  Benjamin  G.,  physician,  St.  Martins 
Lane.  III.  1842. 

Oct.  1.  William  Griffith  (Griffiths),  aged  8,  son  of  Walter  G., 
surgeon,  12,  Little  Queen  Street,  Holborn.    VIIL  1849. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Cains  College,  Cambriilge  ;  B.A.  (Second 
Class  Classics),  1853  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  Inn),  1858  ;  author 
of  Institutes  of  Equity. 

„  3.  Herbert  Henry  Moseley,  aged  10,  son  of  F.  X.  M.,  gentle- 
man, Aveley,  Essex.  VIII.  1849. 

Pauline  ExhUiitioner,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  1853  ; 
Vicar  of  Holt,  Wiltshire,  1865. 

John  Austin  Kitching,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  K.,  surgeon, 

80,  Connaught  Terrace,  Hyde  Park.  III.  1842. 

„    10.     Peter  Sorenson  Royston,  aged  8,  son   of  John  Power  R., 

surgeon,    1.  West   Place,  St.    George's  Road,   South- 

wark.  '  VIII.  1849. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Junior 
Op.  and  Second  Class  Classics),  1853;  M.  A.  1861;  D.D.  1872; 
Tutor  of  Church  Missionary  College,  Islington,  1853-55  ;  Clerical 
Secretary  ]\Iadras  Church  Missionary  Society  Committee,  1855-71  ; 
Bishop  of  Mauritius,  1872. 

„    12.     Henry  Barrett  Lennard,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  B.  L.,  stationer, 

40,  Old  Broad  Street.  VII.  1847. 

Charles  Dudley  Kingsford,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  K., banker, 

3,  Wellington  Street,  London  Bridge.  VII.  1847. 

St.    Andrew's   University   and   Guy's   Hospital;  M.R.C.S.    1851; 

M.D.  1851;  L.S.A.L.  1852. 

„     19.     Bransby    Roberts,    aged    9,    son    of    John   R.,    surgeon, 
34.  Finsbury  Circus.  VII.  1846. 

Guy's  Hospital;  M.E.C.S.  1853;  L.S.A.L.  1853;  M  D.  St. 
Andrew's  ;  L.K.Q.C.P.  Ireland  ;  Assistant  Surgeon  to  Renken  Con- 
valescent Hospital  (Crimean  War)  ;  House  Surgeon  Royal  London 
Ophthalmic  Hosp.  ;  Hon.  Phys    to  Eastbourne  Provident  Dispensary. 

Dec.  17.     Thomas  Samuel  Fraser  Rawlins,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  R., 
clergyman,  Limeliouse.  VIII.  1847. 

Worcester  College,  Oxford  (Scholar) ;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Litt.  Hum.), 
1852  ;  M.A.  1854";  Fellow  of  AVorcester,  1853-62  ;  A''icar  of  Dench- 
wortb,  Berks,  1858-68;  RectorofClifton-Campville-cum-Chilcote,  1868  ; 
Rural  Dean  of  Tamworth,  1876  ;  author  of  Externals  of  Ileligion. 


302  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1839 


Admitted.  t-»    m    -n 

Dec.  19.     Frederick  William  Perkin,  aged  10,  son  of  K.  T.  P.,  gent, 
Streatham. 
Joseph    Herbert    Thornley,   aged    10,   son   of  Joseph  T., 
gentleman,  4,  Bath  Place,  New  Road.  VI.  1845. 


1840 

Jan.  28.  James  Murray  Eichard  Rawlins,  aged  12,  son  of  Richard  E., 
clergyman,  Limehouse.  VIII.  1846. 

Brasenose  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1849. 

Feb.  13,  Lawrence  Morris  Jackson,  aged  8,  son  of  William  D.  J., 
commercial  clerk,  Dalston.  VIII.  1850. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  but  never  proceeded  to  the  University. 

24.     Frederick  B.  Jacobs,  aged  8,  son  of  William  H.  J.,  gentle- 
man farmer,  Chale  Abbey,  Isle  of  Wight.     VIII.  1848. 

Queen's  College,  Oxford  ;  Solicitor  (afterwards  Jacob)  ;  died  1880. 

Mar.    5.     George   Christian   Lloyd,   aged  9,  son  of  Francis  B.  L., 

physician,  37,  Middleton  Square,  Pentonville.  II.  1841. 

John  William  Windus,  aged  14,  son  of  John  W.,  solicitor, 

Epping,  Essex.  VI.  1842. 

,     25.     Samuel  Lobb,  aged  8,  son  of  Ellis  Goode  L.,  hosier,  148, 

Cheapside.  VIIL  1851. 

Captain ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Perry  Exhibitioner,  1853-57  ;  Scholar,  1854  ;  B.A.  (Wrangler),  1855  ; 
Education  Department  I.C.S.  ;  died  1876. 

May  1.  Bleamire  Moody  De  Michele,  aged  9,  son  of  John  George 
De  M.,  surgeon,  31,  Upper  Charlotte  Street,  Fitzroy 
Square.  V.  1845. 

13.     Edward   Fitzgerald  Pritchard,  aged  9,  son  of  William  P., 
proctor.  Doctors  Commons.  III.  1842. 

R.M.  ;  Lieutenant,  1855  ;  Captain,  1865  ;  drowned  in  the  Bay  of 
Tunis,  circa  1876. 

June  5.  AlgernonPelhamSmithValentiue,  aged9,  sonofWilliamP., 
clerk,  London  Hospital.  VII.  1848. 

17.     George  Drury,  aged  9,  soa  of  A.  J.  D.  (deceased),  school- 
master, Ashford,  Middlesex.  VIIL  1849. 
Pauline   Exhibitioner,    All   Souls'   College,    Oxford;    B.A.    1853; 
M.A.  1860  ;  Curate  of  Thorpe,  Suffolk,  1862. 

19.  William  Henry  Stone,  aged  9,  son  of  William  S.,  clerg3^man, 

Rectory  House,  Christchurch,  Spitalfields.       III.  1841. 
Removed    to   Charterhouse  ;    Balliol   College,    Oxford    (Scholar) ; 
B.A.   (First  Class  Litt.    Hum.),   1852;  B.M.    1856;  L.R.C.P.  and 
F.R.C.S.  1856  ;  Medical  Registrar  at  St.  Thomas's  Hospital. 

20.  James    Durant    Kingdon,    aged    9,    son    of  William    K., 

surgeon,  2,  New  Bank  Buildings.  VIIL  1849. 

Captain  ;  Campden  Exliibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ; 
Perry  Exhibitioner,  1855-58  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.  and  Second  Class 
Classics),  1854  ;  M.A.  1857  ;  Head  Master  of  Sutton  Valence  Gram- 
mar School,  Kent  ;  Yicar  of  Loose,  Kent,  1883. 


1 840]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  303 

Adniitt-cd. 

June  29.     Rupert  Thomas  Snow,  aged  9,  son  of  B.  G.  S.,  surgeon, 
Higbgate.  VI.  1846. 

Addiscoinbe  College;  H.E.LC.S.  ;  7tli  Madras  Native  Infantry; 
Ensign,  1849  ;  Lieutenant,  1854 ;  Captain,  1861  ;  Major,  1869  ; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  Madras  Staflf  Corps,  1875. 

July     6,     Charles  Sleap,  aged  9,  son  of  John  Gifford  S.,  merchant, 
St.  John  Street  Road.  VII.  1846. 

Underwriter,  Lloyd's. 

„  7.  William  Charles  Henry  Dicken,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles 
R.  D.,  clerk,  Charterhouse.  IV.  1842. 

„  10.  Robert  Scott  McDowall,  aged  9,  son  of  Walter  McD., 
printer,  Pemberton  Row,  Gough  Square.       VIII.  1849. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Lincoln  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (Fourth 
Class  Litt.  Hum.),  1853  ;  M.A.  1860  ;  Assistant  Master,  Newark-on- 
Trent  Grammar  School,  1863-68  ;  Eector  of  North  Poorton,  Dorset- 
shire, 1876. 

Francis  Clarke  Walsh,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  November  16,  1835. 

Sept.  17.     William  Whytehed  Charnock,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  C, 
barrister,  28,  Woburn  Place,  Russell  Square.     V.  1845. 
Charles   John    Allen,    aged    8,    son    of   John    Jullien  A., 
attorney-at-law,  Bartletts  Buildings.  VII.  1848. 

„  26.  Henry  Simpson  Blink,  aged  9,  son  of  George  B.,  Post 
Office  clerk,  15,  White  Lion  Street,  Penton- 
ville.  VIII.  1850. 

King's  College,  London;  A.K.C.  (Th.),  1855;  Ordained,  1856; 
Curate-in-charge  of  St.  Mary  with  St.  Michael,  Pembroke,  1868. 

John  Daniel  Bliss,  aged  9,  son  of  Daniel  B.,  Major  in  the 

Army,  Fitzroy  Place,  South wark.  II.  1843. 

Oct.     5.     Andrew  Burn  Suter,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  S.,  architect, 

Fenchurch  Street.  VIII.  1849. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhi- 
bitioner,, 1850-53  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1853  ;  M.A.  1856  ;  D.D.  1866  ; 
Bishop  of  Nelson,  New  Zealand,  1866. 

Edward   Mourant   Birch,  aged   9,  son  of  James   W.    B., 
clergyman,  Radipole,  Weymouth.  VIII.  1849. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Pembroke  College,  Oxford. 

„  6.  Tbomas  Hogg  Girtin,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  Calvert  G., 
surgeon,  Islington.  VIII.  1849. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Pembroke  College,  Oxford ;  Second  Class 
Classical  Moderations;  B.A.  (Third  Class  Litt.  Hum.,  Fourth  Class 
Law  and  Mod.  Hist.),  1853. 

„      9.     Sylvester  Joseph  Hunter,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  H.,  Pres- 
byterian clergyman,  30,  Torrington  Sq.         VIII.  1848. 
Campden    Exhibitioner,   Trinity  College,   Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhi- 
bitioner, 1851-54  ;  B.A.  (Wrangler),  1852 ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's 
Inn),  1857  ;  Certificate  of  Honour,  1856  ;  Studentship,  1857. 

James   Charles  John    Hastings,  aged   9,   son  of  William 

Warren     H.,     solicitor,     Harper     Street,  Red     Lion 

Square.  VII.  1847. 

Appointed  to  a  clerkship  in  the  Ordnance  Office. 


304  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1840 

Admitted. 

Oct.   10.     Framlingliara  William  Thruston,  aged  9,  son  of  Framling- 
ham  T.,  gentleman,  Virginia  Terrace.  VIII.  1849. 

Died  suddenly  of  cliolera,  Sejiteiiiber  12,  1849,  when  he  had  reached 
the  position  of  fourth  monitor.  The  Thruston  Prize  was  founded  by 
his  widowed  mother  and  the  late  High  llaster  in  remembrance  of  him. 

Edward  Henry  Linnecar,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  Harrison  L., 

surgeon,  56,  Aldermanbury.  VI.  1847. 

■  Henry  Clarke  Monkhouse,  aged  8,  son  of  Cyril  John  M., 

solicitor,  3,  Craven  Street,  Strand.  VIII.  1850. 

Captain  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge ; 
B.A.  1853  ;  M.A.  1859  ;  Eector  of  East  Barkwith,  Lincolnshire,  1871. 

,,  12.  Arthur  Sampford  Tripp,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  T.,  D.D., 
Silverton,  Devon.  VIII.  1850. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  1850  ;  but  resigned  in  the  following  year  and 
proceeded  to  Royal  Agricultural  College,  Cirencester. 

Nov.     4.     Henry  Alfred   Withers,  aged  9,  son  of  Robert  W.,   land 

agent,  46,  Regent  Square.  I.  1841. 

„     10.     James  Henry  Tomlinson  Blunt,  aged  9,  son  of  William  B., 

clergyman,  5,  Suffolk  Lane.  VIII.  1850. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Exeter  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1854  ; 
M.A.  1857  ;  Chaplain  in  India  (Bombay  Diocese),  1864. 

„    14.     James  Hughes  Cooper,  aged  9,  son  of  James  C,  clergyman, 

St.  Pauls  School.  VIII.  1850. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge ;  B.A.  (Junior 
Op.),  1855  ;  M.A.  1858  ;  Eector  of  Tarporlej',  Cheshii-e,  1865  ; 
Honorary  Canon  of  Chester,  1882. 

„  18.  Edward  Barker  Prescott,  aged  9,  son  of  Frederick  J.  P., 
War  Office,  10,  Huntley  Street,  Bedford  Sq.      V.  1846. 

„  25.  Sherrard  Beaumont  Burnaby,  aged  9,  son  of  John  P.  B., 
banker's  clerk,  Doctors  Commons.  VIII.  1850. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Christ's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Senior 
Op.),  1854  ;  M.A.  1857  ;  Rector  of  Wapping,  1866-73  ;  Vicar  of 
Hampstead,  Middlesex,  1873  ;  and  Domestic  Chaplain  to  Earl 
Fortescue. 


1841 

Feb.  12.     Henry  William  Eyre  Jeston,  aged  7,  son  of  Henry  P.  J., 
clergyman,  Cholesbury.  II.  1842. 

Clerk  in  the  National  Debt  Office. 

Mar.     1.     Robert  Costall  May,  aged  9,  son  of  William  M.,  surgeon, 
26,  Bow  Lane.  VIII.  1850. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Second 
Class  Classics),  1854  ;  M.A.  1857  ;  Chajilaiu  of  the  Central  London 
Asylum  for  the  Sick,  Cleveland  Street,  1875. 

„       3.     Roberts  Adams  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  William  S.,  solicitor, 

9,  College  Place,  Camden  Town.  VI.  1848. 

William    Higgins    Jones,    aged    9,    son    of    John    Lee   J., 

solicitor,  71,  Mark  Lane.  III.  1845. 

„      4.     Samuel   Hale,  aged   9,  son  of  Warren   Stirnus   H.,  wax 

chandler,  Cateaton  Street.  IV.  1844. 

Removed  to  the  Citj'  of  London  School. 


1 841]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  305 

Ad7)uUed. 

Mar.  4.  Frederick  William  Kingsford,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  K., 
banker,  3,  Wellington  Square.  VIII.  IScl. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Clare  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1855  ; 
M.A.  1861;  Chaplain  H.E.I  C.S.  (Allahabad),  1858-61;  Vicar  of 
St.  Thomas,  Stamford  Hill,  1861. 

„  6.  Bowyer  Mewburn,  aged  8,  son  of  Bowyer  M.,  solicitor, 
Green  Terrace,  "New  Eiver.  VII.  1849. 

„  19.  William  Henry  Plummer,  aged  8,  son  of  John  P.,  woollen 
draper,  74,  Wood  Street.  III.  1844. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1851  ;  Vicar  of  Fleet,  Hants, 
1860. 

„    31.     John   Percivall,    aged   8,    son   of  William   P.,  veterinary 

surgeon,  1st  Life  Guards,  Windsor.  IV.  1845. 

May     5.     James  (Innes)  Gibson,  aged  10,  son  of  James  Pringle  G., 

Lieutenant  R.N.,  Church  Hill,  Walthamstow.    I.  1841. 

„    16.     Robert  Henry  Sawyer,  aged  8,  son  of  George  S.,  surgeon, 

72,  Myddelton  Square.  VII.  1851. 

Matriculated,  University  of  London  ;  King's  College,  London,  and 

St.   George's  Hospital  ;  M.R.C.S.  1855  ;  Medical  Officer  of  Health, 

Shaftesbury  ;  late  Assistant  Surgeon,  Royal  Elthorne  Militia. 

June  18.     Augustus    Hillier,    aged    9,    son    of    Henry    H.,   surgeon, 

85,  Gower  Street.  I.  1841. 

„    19.     Robert  De  Courcy  Scanlan,  aged  8,  son  of  R.  R.  S.,  artist, 

14,  Fitzroy  Street.  VII.  1850. 

July  6.  Harry  Bodkin  Poland,  aged  12,  son  of  Peter  P.,  furrier. 
Bread  Street.  V.  1846. 

Called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple),  1851  ;  Recorder  of  Dovei'  ;  Counsel 
to  the  Treasury  ;  Chairman  of  the  Old  Pauline  Dinner,  1883. 

„  7.  Edward  Lawrance,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  L.,  solicitor, 
32,  Bucklersbury.  V.  1847- 

Went  abroad  to  Borneo. 

George  Woodford  Lawrance,  aged   7,  son  of  Edward  L., 
solicitor,  32,  Bucklersbury.  VIII.  1851. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge;  B.A.  (First 
Class  Classics),  1855  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  Inn),  1858. 

„  9.  Nicholas  George  Soames,  aged  13,  son  of  Nicholas  S., 
Russia  broker,  23,  Threadneedle  Street.  V.  1842. 


George  Brien,  Capikmeo. 

Admitted  Septcmler  4,  1832. 

Sept.  18.     Frederic  Metcalfe,  aged  17,  son  of  William  M.,  clergyman, 
Foulmire,  Cambs.  VIII.  1843. 

Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge ;  Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1843  ; 
Stock  Exhibitioner,  1845  ;  B.A.  1847  ;  M.A.  1850  ;  Rector  of  Upper 
Hardres,  Kent,  1871. 

„  22.  James  Thomas  Hand  Bennet,  aged  9,  son  of  Jame  ;  Thomas 
H.  B.,  clergyman,  Chevely,  Cambs.  I.  1842. 

„  27.  James  Robert  Plummer,  aged  10,  son  of  John  P.,  draper, 
74,  Wood  Street.  III.  1843. 


306  SCHOLARS  OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1841 

Admitted. 

Sept.  28.     Herbert  John  Reynolds,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  R.,  surgeon, 
High  Street,  Stoke  Newington.  VI.  1845. 

Removed  to  Eton  ;  thence  to  King's  College,  Ccambridge  ;  Scholar; 
H.E.I. C.S.  1856  ;  Secretary  to  the  Board  of  Revenue,  Bengal. 

Oct.     9.     Christopher  Baynes  Limeber  (Limebeer),  aged  9,  son  of 

Edward  L.,  bookseller,  28,  St.  Johns  Square,  Clerkenwell. 

„     15.     Edward  Ernest  Windus,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  solicitor, 

Epping.  VI.  1848. 

„    25.     John  Menzies,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  M.,  surgeon,  86,  Upper 

Stamford  Street.  III.  1847. 

Nov.  10.     Maxwell    Miller,   aged   9,   son    of    Robert   M.,   barrister, 

32,  Essex  Street.  VIII.  1850. 

Pauline  Exliibitioner,  Worcester  College,  Oxford ;  elected  Fitz- 
gerald Exliibitioner,  Queen's,  1851  ;  Member  of  Legislative  Assembly, 
Hobart,  Tasmania. 

„    15.     Theojjhilus  Wathen  Thompson,  aged  9,  son  of  Theophilus 
T.,  physician,  15,  Keppel  Street,  Russell  Sq.    VI.  1848. 
King's  College,  London  ;  Solicitor  ;  retired  1876. 

Dec.     4.     Edward  Park  Guy  Browne,  aged  11,   son  of  Thomas  B., 

solicitor.  Amble  House,  Cumberland.  V.  1844. 

Henry  Birch,  aged  12,  son  of  James  Wheeler  B.,  clergyman, 

Upper  Holloway.  IV.  1842. 


1842 

Jan.   26.     George  John    Davis   Heath,   aged  9,  son  of  George  H., 
clergyman,  1,  Frederick  Place,  Regent  Sq.     VII.  1848. 
Cadet,  H.E.I. C.S.  ;  38th  Madras  Native  Infantry;  Ensign,  1850; 
Lieutenant,  1853;    Captain,  1862;  Major,  1870;  Deputy- Assistant- 
Commissary-General,  1868. 

Mnr.     3.     George    Finch    Jennings    Worthington,   aged   9,   son  of 
Henry  W.,  farmer,  Dover. 

M.R.C.S.  1863  ;  L.F.P.S.  (Glasgow),  1864  ;  M.C.P.  Ireland,  1879. 

„  22.  George  Francis  Popham  Blyth,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  B.  B., 
clergymau,  Beverley,  Yorks.  VHI.  1851. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Lincoln  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1854  ; 
M.A.  1858  ;  Chaplain  in  India  (Calcutta  Diocese),  1866  ;  Domestic 
Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Kimberley  ;  Archdeacon  of  Rangoon,  1880. 

Apr.     2.     Edward  Hamilton  Blyth,  aged  7,  son  of  G.  B.  B.,  clergyman, 

Beverley,  Yorks.  VIII.  1853. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner  ;  University  College,  Oxford  (Bible  Clerk)  ; 
B.A.  1857;  M.A.  1861;  Vicar  of  Hammersmith,  1871;  Vicar  of 
Margate,  1880. 

„  6.  Robert  Honeyburn  Ashton,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  A., 
hotel  keeper,  Berners  Hotel,  Berners  Street.       I.  1843. 

„  11.  James  Augustus  Poland,  aged  9,  son  of  Peter  P.,  wholesale 
furrier,  Bread  Street.  III.  1846. 

R.N.  ;  Captain  H.M.S.  Duncan,  1883. 

„  30.  Martin  Edward  Wilkinson,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  W., 
clerk  in  the  Ordnance  Office,  the  Tower. 

Removed  for  truancy. 


1842]  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  307 

Admitted. 

May  31.     Joshua   Lambert   Vardy,  aged   8,  son  of  Joshua   L.    V., 

surgeon,  53,  Stamford  Street.  V.  1849. 

iLR.C.S.  1855;  L.R.C.P.  (Edinbiirgli),  1860. 

June    6.     Alexander  Osmond  Black,  aged   8,  son  of  Alexander  B., 

bookseller,  8,  Wellington  Street  North.  VII.  1851 ' 

University  of  Lomlon  ;  Honours  (First  B.A.  Examination),  1853. 

„    14.     Robert  Metcalfe,  aged  16,  son  of  William  M.,  clergyman, 
Foulmire,  Cambs.  VIII.  1844. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1852  ;  practising  in  London. 
„    30.     Stanhope  Gary,  aged  9,  son  of  William  Henry  C,  stirgeon, 
Woodford.  V.  1847. 

Fkedeeic  a.  Glovek,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  March  19,  1832. 

July    9.     Edward  Newell  Monkhouse,  aged  8,  son  of  Cyril  J.  M., 
solicitor,  3,  Craven  Street,  Strand.  VI.  1850. 

Admitted  Solicitor. 

„    19.     Edward  Graham  Alston,  aged  9,  son  of  George  A.,  clergy- 
man, 26,  Bethnal  Green.  VIII.  1851. 
Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,   Cambridge  ;    Perry  Exhi- 
bitioner, 1853-55  ;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.),  1855. 

Sept.  13.     Fitzgerald  Edward  Scanlan,  aged  8,  son  of  R.  R.  S.,  artist, 
62,  York  Road,  Lambeth.  VII.  1850. 

M.R.C.S.  1858  ;  Surgeon  Major,  35th  Depot  Brigade,  1873. 

„    29.     Howard    Tripp,  aged   10,  son  of  Charles  T.,  clergyman, 
Silverton,  Cullompton.  II.  1844. 

Pv,emoved  to  St.  Columba's  College  ;  Merchant ;  died  1857. 

Oct.  12.     Alfred  Kilwick  Maskall,  aged  12,  son  of  Rob.  M.,  builder, 

Lambeth  Road.  II.  1845. 

„    13.     Thomas  Buckley  Dewhurst,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  D., 

bookseller,  Granville  Square,  Pentonville,  IV.  1848. 
„    14.     Henry  Rainier   (Rainer)    Bell,  aged  9,   son  of  James  B., 

gent,  Churchfield,  Cheshunt,  Herts.  VI.  1848. 

„    16.     Henry  William  Lord,  aged  9,  son  of  C.  F.  F.  L.,  surgeon. 

High  Street,  Hampstead.  VIIL  1852. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhi- 
bitioner, 1853-57  ;  B.A.  (First  Class  Classics),  1856  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity, 
1858  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  Inn),  1859  ;  Examiner  in  Law 
Tripos,  Cambridge,  1862-64  ;  Registrar  of  the  District  Court  of  Probate 
(Lancaster),  1882. 

„     19.     Samuel  Crispe  Gace  Vickers,  aged  8,  son  of  Samuel  V., 
underwriter,  Hornsey  Road.  VI.  1850. 

S.  Vincent,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  November  1,  1834. 

Oct.  24.     Thomas  Edward  Waite,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  W  ,  clergy- 
man, Ely  Place.  IV.  1845. 
„    26.     James    Coghlan,   aged    8,    son    of   James    C,    clergyman, 
St.  James  the  Less,  Bethnal  Green.                 III.  1845. 

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308  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1842 

Admitted. 

Oct.  27.     William  George  Groves,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  gentle- 
man, 3.  Vimeira,  Vauxhall.  III.  1845. 
University  College  and  Hospital,  London;  Gold  Medals  in  Medicine, 
University  College,   and  Chemical  Medal  ;    M.R.C.S.   1858  ;  L.S.A. 
London,  1858  ;  House  Surgeon,  Teigumoutli  Infirmary,  1858. 

Nov.  14.     Alfred  Henry  Williams,  aged  9,  son  of  Alfred  W.,  clergy- 
man, 33,  Guildford  Street,  Russell  Square.  VIII.  1851. 
Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Clare  College,  Cambridge  (Scholar);  B.A.  1854; 
M.A.  1858  ;  Rector  of  Alcester,  War\vick,  1869  ;  Honorary  Chaplain 
to  the  Queen,  1879. 

Dec.    8.     Evan  Rutter,  aged  9,  son  of  John  S.  R.,  merchant's  clerk, 
Clapham  Common.  VIII.  1851. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1856 ; 
M.A.  1858  ;  Vicar  of  St.  John,  Spittal,  Berwick-on-Tweed. 

1843 

Jan.  24.     Francis  Butler,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  B.,  surgeon,  Romford, 
Essex.  I.  1843. 

„    25.     Edward  Hanbury  Pitman,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  clergy- 
man, Eastbourne,  Sussex.  VII.  1852. 

Surgeon  ;  died  1870. 

„    31.     William  Wolfe  Capes,  aged  9,  son  of  Josejoh  C,  bookseller, 
Paternoster  Row.  VIII.  1852. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Queen's  College,  Oxford ;  Michel  Scholar,  1851; 
Foundation  Scholar,  1854  ;  Double  First  Class  Moderations,  1853  ; 
B.A.  (First  Class  Classics,  Second  Class  Mathematics)  1855  ;  Fellow  of 
Queen's,  1856  ;  Reader  in  Ancient  History,  Oxford,  1870  ;  Public 
Examiner,  1867-68,  and  1873-75  ;  Select  Preacher,  1873-74  ;  Rector 
of  Bramshott,  Hants,  1869  ;  Fellow  and  Tutor  of  Hertford  College, 
1878  ;  one  of  the  Governors  of  St.  Paul's  School  appointed  by  the 
University  of  Oxford. 

Feb.    9.     Charles  Edward  Turner,  aged  11,  son  of  John  A.  T.,  in 

Stamp  Office,  11,  Goodmans  Yard,  Minories.    IV.  1846. 

,,    24.     John  Turner,  aged  7,  son  of  John  A.  T.,  in  Stamp  Office, 

11,  Goodmans  Yard,  Minories.  VII.  1851. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1866  ;  practising  in  London. 

Mar.    2.     William  Henry  Nason,  aged  10,  son  of  William  N.,  chemist, 

Fleet  Street.  VII.  1849. 

Apr.     8.     Thomas  Edward  Hallett,  aged  9,  son  of  T.  P.  H.,  barrister, 

31,  Bedford  Place,  Russell  Square.  I.  1843. 

May     3.     Joseph  Fortescue,  aged  9,  son  of  Matthew  F.,  barrister, 

28,  Regent  Square.  VIII.  1852. 

Entered  the  service  of  the  Hudson's  Bay  Company  ;  Chief  Factor  in 

charge  of  York  Factory,  1880. 

,,      8.     Alfred  John  Packer,  aged  8,  son  of  John  G.  P.,  clergyman, 
St.  Peters  Parsonage,  Hackney  Road.  VIII.  1853. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Corpus  C'hristi  College,  Cambridge ;  but 
did  not  proceed  to  the  University. 

„      9.     Arthur  William  Follett  Halcombe,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H., 
sergeant-at-law,  3,  Sergeants  Inn,  Chancery  Lane. 

VIII.  1852. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Oriel  College,  Oxford  ;  settled  in  Wellington, 
New  Zealand.  . 


1 843]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  309 

Admitted. 

May  26.     Musgrave   Watson,  aged   8,  son   of  Thomas   James   W., 
gentleman,  Kent  Road.  VII.  1852. 

Caj)tain  iu  the  Army. 

S.  Vincent,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  Novcmler  1,  1834. 

Sept.  13.     Frederick  Francis  Tracey,  aged  14,  son  of  William  Moore  T., 
surgeon,  2,  Cork  Street,  Burlington  Gardens.    V.  1846. 

Christ's  College,  Cambridge  ;  Tancred  Student  ;  B.A.  1852 ; 
M.A.  1855  ;  Vicar  of  Worth  Matravers,  Dorset,  1857-65  ;  Rector  of 
St.  Pancras,  Chichester,  1865-72  ;  Rector  of  Beccles,  Suffolk,  1872. 

„  14.  John  Frederick  Muller,  aged  8,  son  of  John  M.,  registrar 
of  the  Mint,  Calcutta,  Beauvoir  Cottage,  Kingsland 
Road.  II.  1845. 

„  22.  Edward  Hughes  Bond  Kynaston,  aged  11,  son  of 
Frederick  K.,  gentleman,  Blaen  y  Gorss,  St.  Clairs, 
Carmarthen.  IV.  1848. 

„  25.  Robert  George  Quennell,  aged  8,  son  of  Robert  W.  Q., 
surgeon,  Hornchurch,  Essex.  VII.  1850. 

„  28.  Edward  Spencer  Stidolph,  aged  9,  son  of  William  S., 
writing  master,  15,  Finsbury  Place  North.      III.  1847. 

Civil  Engineer. 

Oct.     2.     George  Hill  Emerson,  aged  15,  son  of  Arbuthnot  E.,  gentle- 
man, 17,  Lower  Belgrave  Street.  IV.  1843. 
Dean  Thomas  Stokes,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  S.,  distiller. 
King  Street,  Snow  Hill.                                     III.  1847. 
„      3.     William   Frederic   Stocken,  aged  10,  son  of   Charles    S., 
stationer,  53,  Regent  Street.                           VIII.  1852. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Exeter  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1856  ;  M.A.  1858; 
Assistant  Chaplain  of  Coldbath  Fields  Prison  1866-73  ;  Chaplain  to 
Middlesex  House  of  Correction,  1873. 

Thomas  Denham  Stocken,  aged  8,  son  of  Charles  S., 
stationer,' 53,  Regent  Street.  V.  1850. 

Joseph  Harry  Franklyn  Blyth,  aged  8,  son  of  George  B.  B., 
clergyman,  Beverley,  Yorks.  V.  1849, 

King's  College,  London  ;  in  H.M.  88th  Regiment;  was  present  at 
the  storming  of  the  Redan,  1855  ;  came  home  invalided. 

„    10.     Maurice  Norman  Bower,  aged  9,  son  of  George  Edward  B., 

1,  Powis  Place,  Queens  Square.  V.  1847. 

Edward  Wilberforce  Fancourt,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  F., 

artist,  31,  Hoxton  Square.  VII.  1848. 

Thomas    Fancourt,    aged    9,    son    of    Edward   F.,    artist, 

31,  Hoxton  Square.  VI.  1849. 

,,    11.     Frederick  York  (Ledger)  St.  Ledger,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert 

St.  L.,  gentleman,  25,  Lower  Islington.         VIII.  1851. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  Sykes 
Exhibitioner,  1851  ;  B.A.  1855  ;  Rector  of  Queenstown,  South  Africa, 
1864  ;  Canon  of  Grahamstown,  1867. 

Oct,  20.     Charles   Miller,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  F.  M.,  draper, 
72,  Goswell  Road.  I.  1844. 


310  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1843 

Admitted. 

Oct.  21.     Robert    Nicholas    Sanderson,  aged    9,  son  of  Charles  S., 
clergyman,  33,  Duncan  Terrace,  Islington.   VIII.  1852. 

Captain  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford  (Lusby 
Scholar)  ;  Chancellor's  Installation  Ode  in  Greek  Verse,  1853  ;  Second 
Class  Classics,  Moderations,  1854  ;  B.A.  1857  ;  M.A.  ;  Sulj-Master 
of  Ipswich  Grammar  School  ;  Rector  of  Wyverstone,  Suffolk,  1882  ; 
author  of  pamphlets,  sermons,  &c. 

Nov.  21.     Conrad  Ravin  Nicboll,  aged  9,  son  of  John  N.,  ironmonger, 
Cross  Street,  Islington.  VIII.  1853. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Exeter  College,  Oxford  ;  Second  Class  Classics, 
Moderations,  1856  ;  B.A.  1858. 

„    24,     Raynsford  George  Alston,  aged  15,  son  of  Thomas  Fred.  A., 
gentleman,  Odell,  Beds.  III.  1844. 

Ceylon  Civil  Service. 

Dec.  13.     George  Hunter  Cary,  aged  12,  son  of  William  Henry  C, 
surgeon,  Woodford,  Essex.  VII.  1849. 


1844 

Feb.  10,  Montgomery  de  Bentham,  aged  10,  son  of  Frederick  de  B., 
44,  Gerrard  Street,  Ishngton.  V.  1848. 

Apr.  26.  Alexander  George  Begbie,  agetl  9,  son  of  Charles  B.,  solicitor, 
27,  East  Street,  Red  Lion  Square.  VIII.  1853. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Queen's  College,  Oxford  (afterwards  to 
St.  Mary  Hall)  ;  Second  Class  Classics,  Moderations,  1855 ; 
B.A.  1857  ;  Cui-ate  of  St.  Matthias,  Stoke  Newington,  1872  ;  Private 
Tutor. 

May  2.  John  Thomas  Thorley,  aged  9,  son  of  John  T.,  Caledonia 
Road,  Islington.  VIII.  1853. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Wadham  College,  Oxford. 

June  2G,  Rudolph  Gustavus  Glover,  aged  9,  son  of  John  Hulbert  G., 
Her  Majesty's  Household,  Queen's  Librarian,  Windsor 
Castle.  VIIL  1853. 

Clerk  in  the  Treasury,  1853  ;  War  Office,  1855. 

Robert  Barnett  Brien,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  October  8,  1834. 

Sept.  30.  John  Thomas  Cox,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  Vich  C,  chemist, 
4,  John's  Row,  St.  Lukes.  V.  1849. 

Now  Cox  Winkfield ;  Wadham  College,  Oxford;  no  degree ;  Merchant; 
J.P.  andD.L. 

Oct,  5.  William  Samuel  Elliott,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  E.,  proctor's 
clerk,  Doctors  Commons,  16,  East  Street,  Old  Kent 
Road.  I.  1846. 

Second  Class  Clerk  in  the  Admiralty  Regi8tr)^ 
Augustus  Copeland  Tracy,  aged  14,  son  of  William  Moore  T., 
surgeon,  Hill  Street,  Berkeley  Square.  IV.  1846. 

St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1874  ;  Curate  of  BeccleB, 
Suffolk,  1875. 


i844]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  311 

Admitted. 

Oct.     7.     Algernon  Emerick  Clementi  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  John  S., 
clergyman,  Mercers  School.  VIII.  1853. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  "Worcester  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1858  ; 
M.A.  1860  ;  Vicar  of  Dalton-in-TopcHfle,  Yorks,  1859-70  ;  Vicar  of 
Coatham,  Yorks,  1870-74;  Rector  of  Sutcombe,  Devon,  1874. 

Herbert  Clementi  Smith,  aged  8,  son  of  John  S.,  clergyman, 

Mercers  School.  VIII.  1855. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  Gower 
Exhibitioner,  1856  ;  Scholar  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Classics),  1859  ; 
M.A.  1862  ;  Assistant  Master  and  Chaplain  of  Shrewsbury  School, 
1859-62  ;  Senior  Curate  of  Grantham,  and  Viscountess  Campden's 
Preacher  at  Grantham,  1867-70  ;  Jlinor  Canon  and  Preceutor  of 
Manchester  Cathedral,  1870  ;  Fishbourne  Lecturer  at  Berwick-on- 
Tweed,  1877;  author  oi  An  English  Adaptation  of  Die  Siebcn  Warte 
dcs  Erloscrs  am  Krcuze  (Haydn's  Oratorio). 

„      9.     St.    John    William   Lowfield    Fanconrt,   aged   8,   son   of 

Edward  F.,  artist,  31,  Hoxton  Square.  IV.  1849. 

Arthur  George  Hastings,  aged  9,  sou  of  William  Warren  H., 

solicitor,  Harpur  Street,  Red  Lion  Square.       IV.  1848. 

„    12.     Chilton   Mewburu,  aged  9,  son  of  Bowyer  M.,  solicitor, 

9,  Green  Terrace,  New  Eiver.  IV.  1849. 

„    18.     Augustus  De  Morgan  Hensley,  aged  9,  son  of  Lewis  H., 

surgeon,  3,  Great  James  Street,  Bedford  Row. 

VIIL  1853. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Ex- 
hibitioner, 1855-57  ;  Scholar,  1855  ;  B.A.  (13tli  Wrangler),  1857  ; 
Mathematical  and  Senior  Assistant  Master,  Haileybury  College  ;  in 
Orders. 

Sept.  21.     Charles  Swaby  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  John  S.,  surgeon, 
23,  Moorgate  Street.  VIIL  1853. 

Guy's  Hospital ;  Eoyal  London  Ophthalmic  Hospital  ;  M.R.C.S. 
1858;  L.S.A.L.  1859;  L.R.C.P.  Edinburgh,  1867;  Surgeon  to 
Bootle  Borough  Hospital  ;  Medical  Officer  to  Northern  District  of 
H.M.  General  Post  Office,  Liverpool  ;  Founder  of,  and  formerly 
Physician  to,  the  Seaforth  Dispensary,  and  for  four  years  Physician 
to  the  Northern  Disiiensary,  Liverpool ;  Major  15th  Lancaster  Pdfle 
Volunteers,  1874. 

Oct.  22.     George    StSdman,    aged    11,    son   of    Silas  S.,    surgeon, 

60,  Guilford  Street,  Russell  Square.  IV.  1850. 

Alexander    Griffith,  aged    8,  son  of  Walter  G.,  surgeon, 

1,  Bloomsbury  Place.  VII.  1852. 

King's  College,  London;  A.K.C.  (Theology),  1862;  Chaplain  at 
Seville,  1863-66  ;  Vicar  of  Wickham-Skeith,  Siitiblk,  1868-73  ;  Curate- 
in-charge  of  Littleton,  Staines. 

„    24.     Cecil  Theodore  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  George  S., 
clergyman,  Everton,  Bawtry,  Yorks.  IV.  1849. 

Nov.  30.     Burman    Cassin,    aged    9,    son    of  Henry  C,  accountant, 
3,  Church  Court,  Old  Jewry.  VIIL  1854. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Ex- 
hibitioner, 1857  ;  B.A.  1851  ;  M.A.  1861  ;  Vicar  of  St.  George's, 
Battersea,  1860-73  ;  Vicar  of  St.  Paul's,  Bolton-le-Moors,  1873  ; 
Rector  of  St.  George-the-Martyr,  Southward,  1878. 


SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1845 


1845 

Admitted. 

Jan.  21.     Hollingworth  TuUy  Kingdon,  aged  9,  son  of  William  K., 
surgeon,  2,  New  Bank  Buildings.  VIII.  1834. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Ex- 
hibitioner, 1845-58  ;  B.A.  1858  ;  M.A.  1861  ;  D.D.  1881  ;  Vice- 
Principal,  Sarum  Theological  College,  1864-69  ;  Vicar  of  Good  Easter, 
Essex,  18/8  ;  Bishop  Coadjutor  of  Fredericton,  New  Bruuswiek,  1880. 

George  Lupton,  aged  9,  son  of  James  L.,  clergyman;  Burton 

Vicarage,  Bampton,  Oxon.  VII.  1853. 

Professor  of  Elocution,  Sydney,  New  South  Wale.s. 

June  21.     George  Samuel  Patey,  aged  0,  son  of  Samuel  P.,  61,  Blaclc- 

friars  Road.  I.  1846. 

Edward   Cecil  Dry,  aged   7,  son  of  Richard  D.,  clerk  in 

Government  Office,  13,  Serjeants  Inn.  I.  1848. 

„    30.     Robert  Walter  Blackett  Botcherby,  aged  9,  son  of  George 

Mann  B.,  gentleman,  1,  Forest  Place,  Dalston.    I.  1847. 

Charles  John  Clay,  Capitcmeo. 

Admitted  October  11,  1835. 

Sept.  16.     Frederick  Cavan  Blyth,  aged  8,  son  of  G.  B.  B.,  clergyman, 

Beverley,  Yorkshire.  VIII.  1855. 

Captain  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Oriel  College,  Oxford  ;  Evelyn  Prize, 

1857  ;  B.A.   1859  ;  M.A.  1861  ;  Vicar  of  Quatford,  Salop;  Vicar  of 

Buckminster,  Leics.  ;  author  of  Thoughts  for  the  Sick  Room. 

John  Lilwood  Sydenham,  aged  10,  son  of  John  S.,  gentle- 
man, Crooms  Hill  Grove,  Greenwich.  IV.  1846. 
24.     Horace  Hutchinson  Bourne,  aged  9,  son  of  John  G.  H.  B., 
barrister,  9,  Craigs  Court,  Whitehall.  I.  1846. 
Arthur  SteinkopfF  Thompson,  aged  9,  son  of  Theophilus  T., 
physician,  3,  Bedford  Square.                          VIII.  1854, 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Wadham  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class 
Litt.  Hum.,  Third  Class  Law  snd  Mod.  Hist.),  1858;  M.A.  1861; 
B.D.  1869;  Chaplain  to  the  British  Factory,  St.  Petersburg,  1867; 
Vicar  of   Arundel,   Sussex  ;  author  of  Some    Words  for  Wanderers. 

„  25.  Poyer  Griffith  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  William  S.,  solicitor, 
Brixton,  Surrey.  VI.  1852. 

„    29.     Charles   William    Stocken,    aged    9,    son   of    Charles   S., 

stationer,  53,  Regent  Street.  IV,  1850. 

Oct.      2.     Thomas  Hawker,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  D.  H.,  surgeon, 

1,  New  Broad  Street,  I.  1848. 

„  4,  WiUiam  Evelyn  Alston,  aged  9,  son  of  George  A.,  clergy- 
man, St.  Philips,  Bethnal  Green.  VIII,  1854. 
M.D.  ;  Assistant  Surgeon,  1859  ;  Surgeon  Major,  1875. 

,,  7.  John  George  King  Houghton,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H., 
clergyman,  Matching  Vicarage,  Harlow.  IV.  1848. 

,,     13.     Henry  Stokes  Noel  Lenny,  aged  9,  son  of  Christian  L., 

clergyman,  Ramsgate.  VIII.  1854. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity   College,   Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1857  ; 

M.A.    1860 ;   Vicar   of    Crowthorue,   Berks  ;    Diocesan    Inspector  of 

Schools. 


i84S]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  313 

Admitted. 

Oct.  13.     William  Henry  Chambers,  aged  9,  son  of  S.  E.  C,  clergy- 
man {deceased),  Marlborough  College.  I.   1846. 

Removed  to  Christ's  Hospital,  entered  Commissariat  Department 
1855  ;  Deputy  Commissary,  1871  ;  served  in  R.N.  during  Crimean  War. 

Edmund  Garstin  Yorke,  aged  10,  son  of  Edmund  Y.,  archi- 
tect, 4,  St.  Vincent  Place,  City  Road.  VII.  1847. 
„    31.     Henry  George  Wallen,  aged  9,  son  of  John  W.,  architect, 
11,  Spital  Square.  III.  1849. 
Nov.  14.     Francis    Mewburn,  aged    9,  son    of   Bowyer   M.,  solicitor, 
9,  Green's  Terrace,  New  River.  IV.  1850. 
Dec.     6.     Thomas  Clifton   Bokenham,  aged    9,  son  of  William  B., 
Superintendent,  Post  Office,    Sj^ring   Gardens;   Stoke 
Newington  Green.  VI.  1852. 

King's  College,  London  ;  Clerk  in  G.P.O.  1852  ;  Controller,  Stamp 
Department,  Somerset  House. 

„    17.     Edmund   Symes  Thompson,  aged  8,  son  of  Theophilus  T., 
physician,  3,  Bedford  Square.  VIII.   1855. 

King's  College  Hospital  (Leatlies  and  Wameford  Prizes)  ;  University 
of  London;  M.B.  Honours;  Scholarship  and  Gold  Medal,  1859; 
M.D.  1860  ;  F.R.C.P.  London,  1868  ;  A.ssistant  Physician  to  King's 
College  Hospital,  1860  ;  Physician  to  Hospital  for  Consumption, 
Brompton,  1864  ;  Gresham  Professor  of  Physic,  1868  ;  Physician  to 
Artists'  Fund,  1860  ;  editor  of  Clinical  Lectures  on  Pulmonary  Con- 
sumption ;  author  of  Works  on  Progressive  Musculctr  Atrophy,  Indi- 
gestion in  Early  Phthisis  ;  Gresham  Lectures. 


1846 

Jan,  20.  William  Walker,  aged  7,  son  of  William  W.,  artist, 
64,  Margaret  Street,  Cavendish  Square.       VIII.    1854. 

Studied  engineering  and  shipbuilding  at  Scott  Russell's  "Works  ; 
Madras  Irrigation  Company,  1862  ;  Engineer  at  Stafford,  1872  ;  author 
of  Distinguished  Men  of  Science  of  Great  Britain  of  1807-8. 

Walden  Alston,  aged   11,   son    of   George  A.,   clergyman, 

St.  Philips,  Bethnal  Green.  V.  1850. 

Left  for  medical  studies,  but  died  1853. 

Feb.  18.     John  Smith  Brickwell,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  surgeon, 

Sawbridgeworth,  Herts.  VII.  1852. 

St.  Bartholomew's  Hosintal ;  M.R.C.S.  and  L.S.A.,  1856  ;  practising 

at  Slough. 

Mar.  4.  Thomas  Graham,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  registrar. 
National  Provincial  Bank  of  England,  5,  Montague 
Place,  Islington.  VIII.  1856. 

Pauline  Exhibitionei',  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Pen-y  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1858-60;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1860;  M.A.  1865;  Vicar  of 
St.  James,  Bristol,  1877  ;  Vicar  of  St.  Paul's,  Ball's  Pond,  London. 

Herbert  Evans,  aged   9,  son  of  George   D.  E.,  clergyman, 

34,  Regents  Square.  VI.  1852. 

Surveyor. 

„      6.     Thomas  Phillips,   aged   11,  son    of  Thomas   P.,  plumber, 

Church  Street,  Hackney.  V.   1848. 

Apr.  14.     Henry  William  Pettigrew,  aged  10,  son  of  George  Henry  P., 

ironmonger,  38,  King  Street,  Snow  Hill.         VII.  1853. 


SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1846 


.  14.     Hamilton  Clementi  Smith,  aged  8,  son  of  John  S.,  clergy- 
man, Mercers  School.  VI.  1852. 

Enlisted  in  the  Army,  1855,  and  died  at  "Warley,  December,  1855. 

22.     Thomas  Dyer  Stidolph,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  Dyer  S.. 
writing  master,  14,  Dovor  Place,  New  Kent  Rd.  1. 1847* 

Architect ;  died  1875. 

e  IG.     Henry  Warner  Prescott,  aged  9,  son  of  F.  J.  P.,  War  Office, 
13,  Oxford  Square.  VIII.  1854. 

Banker  (Prescott,  Cave,  and  Co.). 

17.     Edward  Henry  May,  aged  11,  son  of  William  M.,  surgeon, 
26,  Bow  Lane.  VII.  1851. 

Guy's  Hospital ;  M.R.C.S.,  L.M.,  L.S.A.,  London,  1856  ;  practising 
in  London  ;  Assistant  Surgeon,  G.P.O.  ;  Surgeon  to  Western  City 
Dispensary. 

HuGONE  Kennedy,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  September  13,  1838. 

■  11.     Robert  Johnston  Graham,  aged  7,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  gentle- 
man, 5,  Montague  Place,  Islington.  VII.   1855. 
Cosmo   Gordon,   aged   8,   son  of  Adam   G.,   Lee,  Black- 
heath.  I.  1847. 
,.    4.     Francis  Palmer  Lyne,  aged  9,  son  of  Francis  L.,  merchant, 
6,  Hunter  Street,  Brunswick  Square.                IV.  1852. 
R.N.  ;  i-etired  Assistant- Paymaster. 

William  Henry  White,  aged  8,  son  of  William  W.,  surgeon, 
21,  Aldersgate  Street. 

1.  Henry  William  Montague,  aged  9,  son  of  William  M.,  gen- 

tleman, 14,  Old  Quebec  St.,  Portman  Sq.        III.  1850. 

2.  Charles  Edward   Turner,  aged   15,  son  of  John  A.   T.,  in 

Stamp  Office,  20,  Manor  Place,  Walworth.  VIII.  1850. 

5.  Philip  Edmund  Monkhouse,  aged  8,  son  of  C.  J.  M.,  solicitor, 

3.  Craven  Street,  Strand.  VIII.  1857. 

Pauline  Exliibitioner,  Lincoln  College,  Oxford  ;  Crew  Exhibitioner, 
1858  ;  Merton  College,  Bible  Clerk,  1859  ;  Third  Class  Classics,  Mode- 
rations, 1860;  B.A.  {Fourth  Class  Litt.  Hum.)  1862  ;  died  c.  1883. 

6.  Francis  Desborough  Berry,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  W.  B., 

clergyman,  Foxton,  near  Royston,  Cambs.  V.  1852. 

7.  Peter  Steel,  aged  8,  son  of  T.  R.  S.,  law  stationer,  12,  Chan- 

cery Lane.  VIII.  1856. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge ;  Perry  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1858-60. 

9.     George  Eagleton,  aged  8,  son  of  George  E.,  commercial  clerk, 

14,  WiUiam  Street,  Islington.  VIII.  1855. 

Samuel  Poovis  Vardy,  aged  9,  son  of  J.  L.  V.,   surgeon, 

53,  Stamford  Street,  Blackfriars.  V.  1853. 

10.     Gregory  Haines  Atwell,  aged  9,  son  of  Joseph  A.,  principal 

accountant  of  Excise,  23,  Wilmington  Sq.     VIII.  1855. 

Guy's  Hospital;   M.R.C.S.,   1859;  L.R.C.P.,   1862;  practising  at 

Altrincham,  Cheshire. 


1846]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  315 

Admitted. 

Oct.  10.  Edgar  Grote  Prescott,  aged  7,  son  of  Frederick  J.  P.,  War 
Office,  13,  Oxford  Square.  VII.  1855. 

Stockbroker. 

Alfred  William  Deey,  aged  8,  son  of  William  D.,  clergyman, 
St.  Thomas',  Southwark.  II.  1847. 

Removed  to  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  March,  1847  ;  Merton  Collegp, 
Oxford,  Postmaster  ;  Third  Class  Math.  Mods.  1858  ;  B.A.  (Second 
Class  Math.),  1860  ;  Second  Master  Crewkerne  Grammar  School,  1860  ; 
Rector  of  Hartley  Mauditt,  Hants  ;  died  1871. 

Henry  Eobert  Hurst,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H.,  clergyman, 

Thatcham,  Sussex.  I.  1847. 

Nov.  30.     John  Kempthorne,  aged  11,  son  of  John  K.,  clergyman, 

Wedmore,  Somerset,  VIII,  1853. 

Captain,  1852-53 ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge ; 
Perry  Exhibitioner,  1855-57;  Scholar,  1855;  B.A.  (Fifth  in  First 
Class  Classics),  1857  ;  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1859  ;  M.  A.  1859  ;  Surmaster, 
St.  Paul's  School,  1858  ;  Head  Master  of  Blackheath  Proprietary 
School,  1864-76  ;  Vicar  of  Trumphigton,  Cambridge,  1876  ;  died,  1880  ; 
author  of  Brief  Words  on  ScJiool  Life. 

1847 

Jan.  19.  George  Gibsone,  aged  11,  son  of  B.  G.  Henry  G.,  professor 
of  music,  8,  Duke  Street,  Portland  Place.  I.  1847. 

Benjamin  Kitchen,  aged  7,  son    of   Benjamin  K.,  watch- 
maker, 32,  Compton  Street,  Brunswick  Sq.       II.  1850. 
Feb.  24.     Edward  William  Lo veil, 'aged  10,  son  of  Charles  William  L., 
solicitor,  14,  Rodney  Street,  Pentonville.  IV.  1853. 

James  Tufton  Bartlet  (Bartlett),  aged  14,  son  of  James  B., 
physician,  10,  George  Yard,  Lombard  St.      VIII.  1851. 

Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  Sykes  and  Stock  Exhibitioner, 
1853  ;  Member's  Prize,  1855 ;  B.A.  1856  ;  M.A.  1859  ;  Vicar  of 
St.  John's,  Mansfield,  Notts,  1858  ;  Prebendary  of  Lincoln,  1876. 

Mar.  1.  Charles  Phillips,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  P.,  plumber,  Church 
Street,  Hackney.  I.  1849. 

June  8.  George  Adam  Boys,  aged  10,  son  of  John  B.,  Asylum  Life 
Office  ;  1,  Lansdowne  Place,  Old  Kent  Road.  II.  1851. 
„  18.  Herbert  Gauntlett  Panter,  aged  8,  son  of  F.  D.  P.,  clergy- 
man, Rushford,  near  Thetford,  Norfolk.  VII.  1855. 

Ensign,  1857  ;  Lieutenant,  1859  ;  Captain,  1861  ;  Major,  1863  ; 
Lieutenant-Colonel  1873 ;  to  command  37th  Regimental  District, 
1881. 

July  5.  Peter  George  Laurie,  aged  9,  son  of  John  L.,  gentleman, 
1,  Hyde  Park  Place.  II.  1849. 

Samuel  Robert  Calthrop,  Cajntanco. 

Admitted  October  11,  1838. 

Sept.    8.     Edward  Sackville  Smith,  aged  11,  son  of  John  S.,  surgeon, 

1,  South  Place,  Finsbury.  III.  1852. 

Matthew  Fortescue,  aged  9,  son  of  Matthew,  F.,  barrister, 

28,  Regents  Square.  VII.  1855. 

Entered  service  of  Hudson's  Bay  Company;  Factor  at  Rigolet, 
Labrador. 


316  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1847 

Admitted. 

Sept.  10.     Edward  Conrad  Stokes,  aged  10,  son  of  Henry  S.,  distiller, 
18,  King  Street,  Snow  Hill.  IV.  1852. 

„  22.  Deighton  Taylor,  aged  11,  son  of  George  T.,  shipowner, 
1,  Hammet  Street,  Minories.  III.  1852. 

„  29.  Joe  George  Calthrop,  aged  11,  son  of  J.  T.  C,  farmer, 
Deeping  Fen,  Lincolnshire.  VIII.  1854. 

Admitted  Solicitor,  1859  ;  Sjjalding,  Lincolnshire. 
Oct.     4.     George  William   Butler,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  secre- 
tary to   the  British  Museum,  6,  Cheyne  Walk,  Chel- 
sea. VIII.  1857. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  University  College,  Oxford  ;  Bible  Clerk  ; 
Second  Class  Classics,  Mods.  1860  ;  B.A.  1861  ;  MA.  1864  ;  Secre- 
tary Jewish  Conv.  Inst.,  1872 ;  Curate  and  Evening  Lecturer  at 
St.  Katherine  Cree  with  St.  James-witbin-Aldgate  ;  Vicar  of  St. 
Thomas's  English  Church,  Edinburgh,  1876  ;  Kector  of  Broadmayne, 
Dorset  ;  author  of  The  Booh  of  tlie  Cfc7ierations  of  Jesus  Christ. 

„  7.  Owen  Sinclair  Flintoff,  aged  11,  son  of  Owen  F.,  barrister 
(deceased),  Bath.  VIII.  1854. 

Civil  Engineer  ;  Natal. 

Charles  Henry  Broughton,  aged  11,  son  of  C.  W.  B.,  tailor, 

16,  Southampton  Street,  Covent  Garden.         IV.  1853. 

„      8.     John  James  Alexander  Crosthwaite,  aged  13,  son  of  J.  C.  C, 

clergyman,  Eector  of  St.  Mary-at-Hill,  City.    VI.  1851. 

See  Merchant  Taylors'  Register,  September,  1844  ;  died  young. 

„    11.     Harry  Escombe,  aged  9,  son    of    Robert    E.,  ship    agent, 

5,  Lindsey  Row,  Chelsea.  VII.  1855. 

Merchant  in  Natal,  and  Member  of  the  Legislature. 

„  12.  Count  Thomas  Banns,  aged  9,  son  of  WilUam  B.,  laceman, 
60,  St.  Pauls  Churchyard.  II.  1852. 

„  15.  Richard  Montague  Cattermole,  aged  13,  son  of  Richard  C, 
clergyman,  4,  St.  Martins  Place.  III.  1850. 

„    17.     Joseph  Leycester  Lyne,  aged  9,  son  of  Francis  L.,  merchant, 

6,  Hvmter  Street,  Brunswick  Square.  III.  1852. 
Trinity  College,  Glenalmond ;   Ordained  Deacon,  1860  ;  Curate   of 

Claydon,  in  Sufl'olk  ;  known  as  Father  Ignatius  of  Llanthony  Abbey, 
North  Wales. 

Nov.  10.     Frederick   Judge,   aged    9,    son   of    George    J.,    architect, 
26,  Argyll  Street,  New  Road.  IV.  1854. 

Frederick  Ashbournham  Blunt,  aged  9,  son  of  William  B., 
clergyman,  Suffolk  Lane.  VI.  1854. 

„  11.  William  Woolley  King,  aged  9,  son  of  William  K.,  solicitor, 
3,  Park  Crescent,  Brixton.  VI.  1854. 

John  Wilkinson  King,  aged  8,  son  of  William  K.,  solicitor, 
3,  Park  Crescent,  Brixton.  VIII.  1858. 

„    22.     Oliver  Edmund  Slocock,  aged  12,  son  of  Edward  S.,  gentle- 
man, 24,  Smith  Street,  Chelsea.  II.  1848. 
Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1857  ;  M.  A.  1860  ;  A" icar  of  Green- 
ham,  Berks. 

Charles  Miller,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  M.,  barrister,  32,  Essex 
Street,  Temple.  VII.  1855. 

Commission  in  North  Lancashire  Militia,  1855  ;  subsequently  Advo- 
cate of  the  High  Court  of  Judicature,  India  ;  Police  Magistrate  of  the 
Northern  Division,  and  Coroner  of  Calcutta  ;  Judge  of  the  Court  for 
the  Trial  of  Pilots. 


1848]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  317 


1848 

Admitted. 

Jan.   21.     John  Shardon  Heyman,  aged  13,  son  of  Henry  S. 

Feb.  25.     Edmund  Fuller  Griffin,  aged  8,  son  of  Edmund  G.,  solicitor, 

Ilford,  Essex.  VIII.  1858. 

Pauline   Exhibitioner,    Magdalen    Hall,    Oxford ;    Lusby   Scholar ; 

Second  Class  Classics,  Mods.  1859  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Litt.  Hum.), 

1861  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  lun),  1865  ;  Law  Lecturer,  King's 

College,  London,  1879. 

„    26.     Archibald  John  Little,  aged  9,  son  of  William  J.  L.,  phy- 
sician, 10,  Finsbury  Square.  VII.  1853. 
French  Gymnasium,  Berlin  ;  Merchant,  Shanghai,  China. 

Robert  William  Little,  aged  8,  son  of  William  J.  L.,  phy- 
sician, 10,  Finsbury  Square.  VIII.  1858. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Oriel  College,  Oxford  ;  Robinson  Exhibitioner, 
1858;  B.A.  (Third  Class,  Litt.  Hum.),  1861;  Merchant,  Shanghai, 
China. 

Mar.    9.     Walter   Debenham   Sweeting,  aged  9,  son   of  Alfred  S., 
printer,  15,  Bartletts  Buildings.  VIII.  1857. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  PeiTy  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1858-61  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1861  ;  M.A.  1864;  Second  Master, 
King's  School,  Peterborough,  1861-75  ;  Head  Master,  1875-81  ;  Rector 
of  Maxey,  Northants,  1881. 

Frederick  William  Madden,  aged  9,  son  of  Sir  Frederick  M., 
British  Museum.  III.  1851. 

Presented  to  Charterhouse  School  by  H.R.  H.  Prince  Albert. 

Apr.  18.     Cornelius  Winter  Smith,  aged  11,  son  of  E.  S.,  clergyman, 
22,  Portland  Place,  Canonbury,  Islington.  V.  1851. 

Went  to  Victoria,  Australia,  1854  ;  Farmer  ;  died  1871. 

„    24.     Harry  Paynter  Evans,  aged  9,  son   of  R.   D.   E.,  surgeon, 
Hertford.  VII.  1853. 

Cadetship  to  hidia  ;  Ensign  (52nd  Bengal  Native  Infantry),  1857  ; 
Lieutenant,  1868. 

June  21.     Walter  Henry  Wolf,  aged  9,  son  of  T.  W.  W.;  clergyman 
(deceased),  20,  St.  Martin's-le-Grand.  '  III.  1852. 

„    26.     David  John  Dixon  SafFord,  aged  10,  son  of  James  Cutting  S., 
clergyman,  Mettingham,  Suffolk.  VI.  1854. 

Ensign,  97th  Regiment,  1854  ;  served  in  the  Crimea  and  throughout 
the  suppression  of  the  Mutiny  in  India  ;  Lieutenant  1855  ;  Captain, 
1866  ;  Major,  1877. 

James  Dukant  Kingdon,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  June  20,  1840. 

Sept.   8.     Gregory   W^illiam   Eccles,   aged    10,   son   of  Gregory   E., 
surgeon  (deceased),  35,  Charter  House  Sq.     VIII.  1856. 
London   University  ;  Matriculated,  Honours,  1857  ;  Clerk  in  Sec- 
retary's Office,  British  Museum,  1857. 

„      9.     Henry  James  Matthew,  aged  11,  son  of  David  M.,  grocer, 
Cambridge.  VIII.  1855. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1858-59;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Classics),  1859;  M.A.  1862; 
Chaplain  in  India  (Fort  William),  1866  ;  Archdeacon  of  Lahore,  1877. 


318  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1848 

Adtnittcd. 

Sept.  11.     William  Pugh,  aged  10,  son  of  Cornelius  P.,  tea  merchant, 

9,  Philpot  Lane.  IV.  18-52. 

„    12.     Charles  Edward  Keen,  aged  10,  son  of  William  K.,  banker 

(deceased),  Water  Lane,  Tower  Street.  III.  18-52. 

„    18.     Willoughby  Methold  Porter,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  P., 

surgeon,  32,  Euston  Square.  VII.  1855. 

Clerkship  in  the  Master's  Office,  Court  of  Common  Pleas,  1855. 

„     26.     Ebenezer  Smith,  aged  16,  son  of  Ebenezer  S.,  clergyman, 

16,  Tibberton  Square,  Lower  Islington.  VII.  1850. 

Magdalen   Hall,   Oxford,   Exliibitioner ;  B.A.    1855;  M.A.    1867; 

Vicar   of    Chapel-le-Dale,    Lancashire,    1857-75 ;    Vicar   of    Higher 

Sutton,  Cheshire,  1875,  and  Surrogate. 

Joseph  Barber  Smith,  aged  14,  son  of  Ebenezer  S.,  clergy- 
man, 16,  Tibberton  Square,  Lower  Islington.      VI.  1851. 
Magdalen  Hall,  1854  ;  no  degi-ee  ;  Lay  Reader  under  the  Bishop  of 
Ballarat,  Victoria,  Australia. 

Oct.     2.     Joseph   Quinlan,    aged   10,   son   of  Joseph   Q.,    6,  John 
Street,  Minories.  IV.  1852. 

Chemist  and  Druggist. 

„  3.  William  Cosmo  Monkhouse,  aged  8,  son  of  C.  J.  M.,  solicitor. 
Craven  Street,  Strand.  VIII.  1857. 

Clerk  in  the  Board  of  Trade  ;  author  of  several  novels,  &c. 

„  4.  Paul  Whalley,  aged  9,  son  of  George  B.  W.,  Captain  in 
Army,  Birdlip,  Painswick,  Gloucester.  VIII.  1857. 

Campden  Exhibitionei',  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1860-61  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Classics),  1861  ;  M.A.  1864  ; 
Indian  Civil  Service,  1860  ;  Secretary  to  the  Government  (Home 
Department),  India. 

„  9.  Edmund  Ward  Oliver,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  0.,  solicitor. 
West  Ham,  Essex.  VII  1855. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1863  ;  practising  in  London. 

Lloyd  Cosmo  Williams,  aged  11,  son  of  Alfred  W.,  clergy- 
man, Notting  Hill.  VIII.  1855. 
Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1860  ; 
Curate  of  Culmington,  Salop,  1860  ;  died  «>c«  1879. 

William  Castle  Turner,  aged  8,  son  of  William  H,  T., 
surgeon,  Bermondsey  Square.  I.  1849. 

Arthur  Charles  WTiitley,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  W., 
clergyman.  Ironmongers  Almshouses,  Kingsland 
Row.  VIIL  1857. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  Sykes 
F.xhibitioner,  1857;  B.A.  1861;  M.A.  1865;  Head  Master  of 
Southwell  Grammar  School,  1873,  of  St.  Martin's  Grammar  School, 
Scarborough,  1878,  of  Northwich  Grammar  School,  1882. 

■  „  17.  Walter  Meredith  Deane,  aged  8,  son  of  John  B.  D.,  clergy- 
man. Second  Master  of  Merchant  Taylors  School; 
Finsbury  Circus.  VIIL  1859. 

From  Merchant  Taylors'  School  (July,  1847)  ;  Campden  Exhibi- 
tioner, Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1862  ;  M.A.  1866  ;  Hong 
Kong  Civil  Service,  1862 ;  Captain-Superintendent  of  the  Police, 
Hong  Kong,  1866. 

Nov.    2.     John   Bell  Fancourt,    aged  11,   son  of  E.  W.  F.,   artist, 
Hoxton  Square.  II.  1849. 


1 849]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  319 


1849 

Admilted. 

Jan.   18.     George  Henry  Creswell  Cooper,  aged  8,  son  of  G.  L.  C, 
surgeon,  35,  Keppel  Street,  Russell  Square.       V.  1857, 
M.R.C.S.  England,  1864;  F.R.C.S.  Edinburgli,  1874. 

Feb.  17.  Edward  Basset  Key,  aged  9,  son  of  J,  E.  K.,  solicitor, 
Holbeach,  Lincolnshire.  VIII.  1859. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Lincoln  College,  Oxford  ;  no  degree  ;  Island 
Curate  in  Jamaica,  West  Indies. 

Apr.  5.  Henry  John  Villiers  Surtees,  aged  10,  son  of  S.  V.  S.,  late 
Chief  Justice  of  Mauritius.  II.  1850. 

May  2.  Tansley  Witt,  aged  10,  son  of  Charles  W.,  surgeon,  30, 
Spring  Gardens.  VII.  1853. 

Law  and  Mercantile  Accountant. 

„  7.  Phihp  Augustus  Eagles,  aged  11,  son  of  W.  B.  E.,  gentle- 
man, 31,  Tavistock  Place.  V.  1854. 
June  4.  Henry  James  Holmested,  aged  10,  son  of  A.  H.,  solicitor, 
44,  Great  Ormond  Street.                                   III.  1852. 

„      11.     Wheldon  Hepworth,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  solicitor, 

1,  Rayner  Place,  Chelsea.  VI.  1855. 

Henry  Clarke  Monkhouse,  Gapitaneo. 

Admitted  October  10,  1840. 

Sept.  15.     Theodore  Nevins  Flintoff,  aged  12,  son  of  O.  F.,  barrister, 

2,  Upper  Belmont  Place,  Wandsworth  Ed.    VIII.  1856. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  Third 
Class  Classics,  1860;  M. A.  1863;  Chaplain  and  Manager,  Woodbury- 
Hill  Reformatory,  and  Rector  of  Shelsley- Walsh,  Worcestershire, 
1864. 

„    18.     Walter  John  Lawrance,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  L.,  solicitor, 
14,  Grove  Terrace,  Kentish  Town.  VIII.  1858. 

Captain,  1857-58  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1860-62  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Classics), 
1862  ;  M.-A.  1865  ;  Rector  of  St.  Alban's,  Herts,  1868  ;  Archdeacon 
of  St.  Alban's,  1883. 

„    21.     Herbert  Arthur  Safford,  aged  11,  son  of  James  S.,  clerk  in 
Stamp  Office,  Finchley  Common.  IV.  1852. 

Accountant-General's  Department,  Inland  Revenue,  1852  ;  Bow- 
Street  Police  Court,  1856  ;  Chief  Clerk  of  South wark  Police  Court, 
1866  ;  Member  of  the  Council  of  the  Social  Science  Association. 

„    26.     Ware  Plumtree  Austin,  aged  7,  son  of  W.  S.  A.,  clergyman, 
St.  Olaves  Vicarage,  Old  Jewry.  Ill  1853. 

Head  Assistant  to  the  Collector  and  Magistrate,  South  Canara, 
Madras. 

„    27.     Henry  Rushton,  aged  9,  son  of  M.  R.,  banker,  19,  Spring 

Gardens.  VII.  1857. 

Oct.     9.     Henry  Lardner  Barker,  aged  11,  son  of  Edgar  B.,  surgeon, 

40,  Edgware  Road.  III.  1852. 

„    10.     Cyril  Mortimer  Murray  Rawlins,  aged  11,  son  of  R.   R., 

clergyman,  1,  Bloomsbury  Square.  VII.  1854. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1859  ;  practising  in  London. 


320  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1849 

Admitted. 

Oct.  10.     James  Smith  Gumming,  aged  11,  son  of  R.  C,  solicitor, 

6,  Compton  Terrace,  Islington.  IV.  1853. 

Wilmer  Neville  Thompson,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  T., 

wine  merchant,  56,  Coleman  Street.  III.  1854. 

„    11.     Henry  Joseph  Greenhill,  aged  10,  son  of  Joseph  G.,  clerk  to 

the  Stationers  Company,  Stationers  Hall.     VIII.  1857. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (Third  Class 
Law  and  Modern  History),  1861  ;  M.A.  1868 ;  Curate  of  South 
Moreton,  1870. 

„  14.  Gordon  Cumming,  aged  10,  son  of  R.  C,  solicitor, 
6,  Compton  Terrace,  Islington.  VII.  1857. 

„  16.  Mark  Wetherby  Ker,  aged  11,  son  of  William  K.,  clergy- 
man, Tipton,  Stafford.  III.  1852. 

Eemoved  to  Bromsgrove  School ;  Civil  Service,  18.')7  ;  Clerk  in 
General  Post  Office  (Accountant  General's  Office). 

Nov.    1.     Louis  Stromeyer  Little,  aged  8,  son  of  \V.  J.  L.,  physician, 
10,  Finsbury  Square.  V.  1853. 

London  University  ;  Honours,  First  B.A.  1860  ;  London  Hospital  ; 
M.D.  (University  of  Kiel);  M.R.C.S.  ;  F.R.C.S.  ;  Surgeon  to  the 
General  Hospital,  Shanghai,  China. 

„  2.  Yvon  Richard  Eccles,  aged  8,  son  of  WiUiam  E.,  surgeon, 
35,  Charter  House  Square.  V.  1856. 

Clerk  in  Scottish  Amicable  Insurance  Company. 

William  John  Winsor,  aged  10,  son  of  John  C,  cabinet 

maker,  1,  Liddlington  Place,  Camden  Town.    IV.  1854. 

Dec.    8.     Horace    Winbolt,    aged    11,    son    of    H.    W.,    clergyman, 

missionary  at  Beyrout.  VI.  1854. 


1850 

Jan.  17.  William  James  Heaviside,  aged  9,  son  of  J.  W.  L.  H., 
clergyman,  E.  I.  College,  Hertford.  VII.  1856. 

Addiscombe  College  ;  Lieutenant,  Bengal  Engineers,  1859  ;  Captain, 
Royal  Engineers,  1871  ;  Major,  1881 ;  on  the  Trigonometrical  Survey 
of  India. 

„     29.     Francis  Whyley,  aged  11,  son  of  G.  E.,  clergyman,  vicar 
of  Eaton  Bray,  Dunstable.  VIII.  1856. 

Captain,  1855-56  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1858-60  ;  B.A.  (Third  Class  Classics), 
1860 ;  M.A.  1876  ;  Vicar  of  St.  James's,  East  Cowes,  Isle  of  Wight, 
1868  ;  A' icar  of  Alton,  Hants,  1881. 

Feb.  18.  John  Edward  Kerr,  aged  10,  son  of  John  K.,  clergyman 
(deceased),  Soley  Terrace,  Pentonville.  V.  1855. 

Mar.  11.  Roderick  Oliver,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  O.,  solicitor,  West 
Ham,  Essex.  VIII.  1860. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Queen's  College,  Oxford ;  B.A.  1864 ; 
M.A.  ;  Solicitor,  admitted  1868,  practising  in  London. 

„    14.     George   Harris,   aged   10,   son   of  William   H.,    surgeon. 
Worthing,  Sussex.  VIIL  1858. 

Woolwich  Academy  ;  Lieutenant,  Royal  Engineers,  1859  ;  Captain, 
1873  ;  Major,  1881  ;  Secretary  of  School  of  Military  Engineering, 
Chatham. 


1850]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  321 

Admitted. 

May     4.     Henry  Lacy  Taverner,  aged  8,  son  of  Edward  T.,  attorney, 

Church  Street,  Stoke  Newington.  VIII.  1860. 

Cajitain,   1859-60  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Balliol  College,  Oxford  ; 

died  at  College. 

George  Augustus  Mayo  How,  aged  9,  son  of  Augustus  G.  H., 
clergyman,  vicaj-  of  Bromley  St.  Leonard.      VIII.  1859. 

Captain,  1858-59  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Brasenose  College,  Oxford  ; 
Scholar,  1859  ;  Third  Class  Classics,  Moderations,  1861  ;  Hulnieian 
Exhibitioner,  1861;  B.A.  1862;  M.A.  1866;  Vicar  of  St.  Gabriel, 
Bromlej',  1867-72  ;  Vicar  of  Bromley  St.  Leonard,  1872. 

„      9.     Francis  Everett  Whalley,  aged  8,  son  of  George  Briscoe  W., 

Captain  in  Army,  Birdlip,  Painswick,  Gloster.    VI.  1856. 

June    3.     Frederick    Earles,  aged    8,   son    of  Edward    E.,    collector, 

6,  King  Street,  Finsbury  Square.  I.  1852. 

July    1.     Joseph  James  Henry  Bartlett,  aged  10,  son  of  William  B., 

surgeon,  19,  Notting  Hill  TeiTace,  Bayswater.    IV.  1856. 

University  College  Hospital;  M.R.C.S.  England,  1862;  L.R.C.P. 

Londou,  1863  ;  L.S.A.  1863. 

Samuel  Lobe,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  March  25,   1810. 

July  21.     Charles  Edward  Delafosse,  aged  11.  III.  1851. 

He  was  returned  "absent"  in  December,  1850,  and  each  succes- 
sive return  till  March,  1851,  when  he  left  from  ill-health  ;  his 
name  does  not  appear  to  have  been  entered  in  the  Kegisters  at  Mercers' 
Hall. 

Sept.  24.     Luke  Miller,  aged  10,  son  of  L.  M.,   14,  Spring  Street, 

Sussex  Gardens.  V.  1855. 

„    30.     Alfred  Witt,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  W.,  surgeon,  30,  Spring 

Gardens.  IV.  1854. 

Estate  Manager,  Port  Curtis,  Queensland,  Australia  ;  J.  P. 

Oct.     1.     Edmund   Escombe,    aged   8,   son   of   E.    E.,   ship    agent, 
5,  Lindsey  Row,  Chelsea.  IV.  1856. 

„    10.     Donald  Wayte  Ramsey  (Ramsay),  aged  14,  son  of  J.  A.  R., 
surgeon,  Great  Shelford,  Cambridgeshire.  II.  1851. 

Robert  Joseph  Crosthwaite,  aged  9,  son  of  John  C.,  clergy- 
man, rector  of  St.  Mary  at  Hill,  City.  III.  1852. 

Removed  to  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  January,  1852  ;  Brasenose 
College,  Oxford  (Scholar),  1859  ;  Pusey  and  Ellerton  Scholar  (Hebrew), 
1860  ;  Hulmeian  Exhibitioner,  1862  ;  B.A.  1863  ;  Indian  Civil  Service, 
1862  ;  Registrar  ol  the  High  Court  of  Judicature,  North-west  Provinces, 
India,  1878. 

„    14.     John   Hai'dwicke  Davis,  aged  9,  son  of  J.  D.,  clergyman, 
Lewisham  Hill,  Blackheath.  VIII.  1860. 

Alban  Hall,  Oxford  ;  Curate  of  the  Cathedral  District,  Manchester, 
1876. 

William  Trenchard  Nicholas,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  N.,  wine 
merchant,  2,  Upper  Fitzroy  Street.  III.  1852. 

„    16.     Henry  Fothergill  Whittington,  aged  9,  son  of  B.  W.,  solicitor, 
Finsbury  Square.  VIII.  1860. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Clare  College,  Cambridge  iJ3. A.  (Third  Class 
Classics),  1864;  M.A.  1867;  Curate  of  St.  \TOfrid's,  Hayward'3 
Heath,  1871  ;  Minister  of  Durban,  Natal. 


322  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1850 

Admittfd. 

Oct.  17.     Charles  James  Fox,  aged    10,  son    of  L.   O.  F.,  surgeon, 
Bi'oughton,  Stockbridge,  Hants.  V.  1855. 

Queens'  College,  Birmingbnm ;  Vicar  of  Little  Eaton,  Derby ; 
Curate  of  Bloxwich,  StafibrJshire. 

„  18.  Lle\Yelyn  Francis  Heaton,  aged  10,  son  of  John  H.,  gentle- 
man, Plas  Heaton,  Wales.  III.  1854. 

„  19.  Frederic  Augustus  Hand,  aged  11,  son  of  T.  J.  H.,  solicitor, 
St.  Peters  Square,  Hammersmith.  VIII.  1858. 

Elected  to  Campden  Exhibition,  but  did  not  proceed  to  Univer- 
sity ;  Royal  Military  Academy,  "Woolwich. 

Thomas   Miller,    aged    11,    son   of    John   M.,    clergyman, 
Kilrea,  Ireland.  VIII.  1857. 

Captain,  1856-57  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1860-62;  Scholar,  I86O";  B.A.  (ninth  in 
Fir-st  Class  Classics),  1862  ;  Fellow  of  Queens'  College,  1863  ;  Assistant 
Master,  Uppingham  School  ;  Senior  Assistant  Master,  University 
College  School,  London  ;  Head  Master  of  Grammar  School,  Christ 
Church,  Canterbury,  New  Zealand. 

Francis  Drake  Young,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  Drake  Y., 
clergyman,  Sutton  Bridge,  Wisbeach,  Lincolnshire. 

VII.  1856. 

St.  Bees  College,  Cumberland  ;  Curate  of  Howden,  Yorkshire, 
1870-74. 

Dec.     2.     Samuel   Mason,   a^ed   9,    son    of  Samuel   M.,   physician, 
1,  York  Place,  City  Eoad.  VI.  1858. 

M.R.C.S.  1862;  F.R.C.S.  1878;  L.F.P.S.  Glasgow,  1865; 
L.S.A.S.  1865. 

„  3.  Samuel  Wetherfield,  aged  8,  son  of  John  W.,  surgeon, 
Southampton  Street,  Strand.  VIII.  1861. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Magdalen  Hall  ;  Bible  Clerk,  AH  Souls' 
College,  Oxford,  1862  ;  Third  Class  Classics,  Moderations,  1863  ; 
B.A.  1865  ;  M.A.  1872  ;  Curate  of  Great  Ilford,  Essex,  1877. 

„  11.  Francis  John  Ramsbotham,  aged  8,  son  of  F.  H.R.,  physician, 
New  Broad  Street.  VIII.  1861. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Caius  College,  Cambridge  ;  died  1882. 
„    l-t.     Charles  Stevens,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  S.,  Arabella  Row, 
Grosvenor  Place.  III.  1854. 


1851 

Jan.   14.     Thomas    Douglas    Murray,    aged    9,    son    of    Thomas   M., 
clergyman,  30,  Brunswick  Square.  V.  1854. 

Removed  to  Rugby  School  :  Exeter  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  ;  called 
to  the  Bar  (Lincoln's  Inn),  1866. 

Feb.  11.     William  Henry  Craven,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  C,  sugar 

refiner,  Hackney.  VII.  1856. 

„    28.     Augustus  Adolphus  Lyne,  aged  10,  son  of  F.  L.,  merchant. 

Hunter  Street,  Brunswick  Square.  IV.  1856. 

Royal  Navy  ;  afterwards  to  Chichf-ster  Theological  College,  1873  ; 
Curate  of  St.  Lawrence,  Thanet,  1876  ;  author  of  A  Midshipman's 
Trip  to  Jerumlcm,  Cruises  in  Syria. 


1851]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  323 

Admitted. 

Mar.  3.  Osborne  Charles  Vyse  Aldis,  aged  8,  son  of  Charles  J.  A., 
physician,  Chester  Place,  Chester  Square.     VIII.  1861. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Caius  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1865  ; 
Benefactor  of  Milton  Library,  St.  Paul's  School. 

„    14.     Montague    Clementi    Smith,   aged    11,    son   of    John    S., 
clergyman,  Mercers  School.  III.  1851. 

Dropped  the  name  Smith  ;  Ensign,  1858  ;  Lieutenant,  1858  ; 
Captain,  1870  ;  Deputy-Judge-Advooate,  Bengal  Presidency,  as 
Clementi. 

Apr.  4.  John  Walter  Spurling,  aged  10,  son  of  John  S.,  clerk, 
New  River  Company's  Office,  38,  Park  Street, 
Islington.  VIII.  1859. 

Campden  E.xhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1861-63  ;  Scholar,  1862  ;  B.A.  (First  Class  Classics),  1863; 
M.A.  1866  ;  Assistant  Master,  Wellington  College,  1863  ;  Crowthorne 
Preparatory  School,  1867. 

May  20.  Theophilus  Lobb,  aged  8,  son  of  Ellis  G.  L.,  hosier, 
148,  Cheapside.  VI.  1859. 

East  Indian  Civil  Engineer,  1867  ;  Assistant  Engineer,  Hyderabad. 

June  19.  Charles  Thomas  Burgess,  aged  8,  son  of  W.  B.,  gutta 
percha  merchant,  103,  Newgate  Street.  IV.  1856. 


Robert  Nicholas  Sanderson,  Capitaneo. 

Admitt-ed  October  21,  1843. 

July  16.  Ralph  Compton,  aged  10,  son  of  R.  C,  solicitor,  25,  Avenue 
Road,  Regents'Park.  VII.  1857. 

Sept.  2.  John  Hamilton  Craigie,  aged  8,  son  of  John  C,  dentist, 
Finsbury.  II.  1853. 

Removed  to  Eton  ;  subsequently  at  London  Hospital ;  Dental 
Surgeon;   M.K.C.S.  1864;   Fellow  of  Medical  Society,   London. 

„  23.  Frederic  McKenzie  Williams,  aged  11,  son  of  Alfred  W., 
clergyman,  Upper  Avenue  Rd.,  Regents  Pk.  VIII.  1858. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  :  Perry  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1859-62  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.  and  Third  Class  Classics),  1862  ; 
M.A.  1866  ;  Curate  of  Culmington,  Salop,  1862. 

„  26.  William  Berkely,  aged  7,  son  of  G.  B.  B.,  gentleman  farmer, 
Chingford  Hatch,  Woodford.  I.  1855. 

„  27.  Charles  Thomas  Lane,  aged  11,  son  of  Charlton  L.,  clergy- 
man, Kennington  Oval.  VIII.  1856. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1862  ;  Solicitor  to  the  Mercers'  Company. 

„  30.  John  Goldicut  Turner,  aged  10,  son  of  John  T.,  architect, 
4,  Lower  Belgrave  Street.  VII.  1859. 

Architect  and  Surveyor  ;  F.R.LB.A.  1874. 

Oct.     4.     Alexander  Hamilton  Miller,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H.  M., 

clergyman,  Kilrea,  Ireland.  VI.  1855. 

Trinity  College,  Dublin  ;  First  Honours  in  Classics,  1860  ;  i)assed 

Indian  Civil  Service,   1863,  but  disqualified  medically  ;    College   of 

Surgeons,    Dublin  ;    M.B.    (Glasgow),    1865  ;  Army  Surgeon,   1866  ; 
Residency  Surgeon,  Baroda,  1872  ;  died  1872. 

Y   2 


324  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1851 

Admitted. 

Oct.     4.     Henry  Day  French(e),  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  F.,  surgeon, 
2,  Lansdowne  Place,  New  Cross.  I.  1852. 

Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge,  Exhibitioner;  B. A.  (Junior  Op.), 
1864  ;  M.A.  1867  ;  Vicar  of  St.  Peter,  Maidstone,  Kent. 

„      G.     Frederic  Burgess  Smith,  aged  10,  son  of  Henry  S.,  clerk  in 

Ordnance  Office,  Elm  Grove,  Peckham.        VIII.  1858. 

Merchant,  Hong  Kong. 
„      7.     Samuel  Alexander  Walker,  aged  10,  son  of  William  W., 
artist,  6-i,  Margaret  Street,  Cavendish  Sq.        IV.  1856. 

Art  photogi'apher,  London. 

Richard  Joseph  Wood,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  W.,  accountant, 

I,  Grenville  Street,  Brunswick  Square.         VIII.  1860. 

Clerk  in  the  Admiralty,  retired. 

„  14.  FrancisConingsbyHannam  Clarke,  aged  9,  son  of  Francis  C, 
merchant  (deceased),  Mornington  Crescent,  Hampstead 
Road.  VII.  1857. 

Addiscombe  College  ;  Lieutenant  in  Bombay  Artillery,  1859  ;  Staff 
College  (1st),  1868  ;  Captain,  1871  ;  Major,  1878  ;  D.A.Q.G.  at  head- 
quarters, 1872-80;  C.M.G.  ;  Professor  of  Stall'  EKities,  Staff  College, 
Sandhurst,  1881. 

Nov.  26.     Edward  Jesson  Magrath,  aged  10,  son  of  William  M.,  ware- 
houseman, Albion  Road,  Stoke  Newington.       VI.  1859. 

Died  shortly  after  his  withdrawal. 

„  29.  Cheslyn  Abney  Blyth,  aged  10,  son  of  G.  B.,  clergyman, 
Beverley,  Yorks.  VIII.  1859. 

Captain,  July — September,  1859  ;  Ensign,  2nd  (Queen's)  Regiment, 
Infantry  ;  rose  to  rank  of  Captain  ;  Governor  of  Prison,  Reading, 
Berks. 

1852 

Feb.     2.     Albert  Birmingham  Miller,  aged  10,  son  of  R.  M.,  serjeant- 
at-law,  Essex  Street,  Strand.  VIII.  1859. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Pembroke  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  ;  called 
to  the  Bar  (Middle  Temple),  1866;  Official  Assignee  of  the  Court 
for  the  Relief  of  Insolvent  Debtors,  Calcutta. 

George  Farley  Hallett,  aged  11,  son  of  T.  P.  L.  H.,  barrister, 

31,  Bedford  Place,  Russell  Square.  II.  1852. 

„    20.     John  Borlase  Childs,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  B.   C,  surgeon, 

II,  Finsbury  Place  South.  II.  1853. 

Drowned  wliile  bathing  in  the  Midsummer  holidays. 

„  23.  Edward  George  Greenhill,  aged  8,  son  of  Joseph  G.,  clerk 
to  Stationers  Company,  Stationers  Hall.         VII.  1860. 

Went  to  Assam. 

Mar.     2.     Albert  Edward  Lucas,  aged  10,  son  of  John  L.,  chemist, 

Cheapside.  VII.  1860. 

„      4.     Charles  John  Ridgeway,  aged  10,  son  of  J.  R.,  clergyman, 

Penge.  VIII.  1860. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity'  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1861-63  ;  B.A.  1863  ;  Voluntary  Theological  Examination,  Second 
Class,  1865  ;  Vicar  of  Holy  Trinity,  North  Malvern,  1868-75  ;  Rector 
of  Buckhurst  Hill,  Essex,  1875-81  ;  Incumbent  of  St.  Paul's,  Edin- 
burgh, IS '51. 


1852]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  325 

Admitted. 

Mar.  6.  Henry  Boyles  Murray,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  M.,  clergy- 
man, 30,  Brunswick  Square. 

Apr.  5.  Langdon  Hawes,  aged  9,  son  of  James  H.,  hosier, 
Poultry.  VJII.  1861. 

C'ainpden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  CaniLridge  ;  B.A.  1864  ; 
M.A.  1868  ;  Vic*!'  of  St.  Paul's,  Sheerness,  1881. 

„      8.     Hardinge   Wilham   Browne,  aged   11,   son   of  R.   W.   B., 

clergyman,     1,      Westbourne      Street,      Hyde      Park 

Gardens.  VIII.  1858. 

Sandhurst  IMilitary  College  ;  AVoohvich  Academy  :  Lieutenant  R.  A.  ; 
Captain  R.H.A.  ;  died  1874. 

„    20.     Alfred    Hutchison    (Hutchinson)    Smee,   aged    10,  son  of 
Alfred  S.,  surgeon,  7,  Finsbury  Circus.  VI.  1860. 

Christ  Church,  Oxford  ;  M.E.C.S.  1866  ;  F.C.S.  ;  author  of  a 
paper  on  The  Artificial  Formation  of  Fibrine  from  Albumen,  in  the 
Proceedings  Royal  Society. 

„    26.     Mark  William  Rookesby  Rushton,  aged  8,  son  of  Mark  R., 
banker,  19,  of  the  Spring  Gardens.  VIII.  1861. 

Ensign,  34th  Regiment,  1866  ;  transferred  to  Commissariat  Depart- 
ment, 1867  ;  retired  Deputy  Commissary,  1880. 

May  1.  Frederic  Brisbane  Butler,  aged  11,  son  of  D.  B.,  clergy- 
man, master  of  Clergy  Orphan  School,  St.  Johns 
Wood.  VII.  1855. 

Removed  to  King's  School,  Canterbury  ;  Scholar  of  Merton  College, 
Oxford,  1859;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Litt.  Hum.),  1863  ;  M.A.  1866  ; 
Assistant  Master,  Haileybury  College,  1868  ;  in  Orders  ;  died  Easter, 
1883. 

„    14.     Arthur  F.  Laughton,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  L.,  surgeon, 
62,  Liucolns  Inn  Fields.  VII.  1856. 

18th  Madra.s  N.I.  Ensign,  1857;  Lieutenant,  1858  ;  Captain,  1869  ; 
transferred  to  Commissariat  Department ;  Major  ;  Sub-Assistant- 
Commissary-General. 

June  9.  George  Maud  Gibbons,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  G.,  outfitter, 
East  Smithfield.  II.  1854. 

„    23.     Charles  Edwin  Roberts,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  C.  R.,  clergy- 
man, St.  Raids  School.  VIII.  1861. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A. 

John  Kempthorne,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  November  30,  1846. 

Sept.  3.  Thomas  Frederic  Howard,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  H., 
gentleman,  Grantchester,  Cambridge.  VI.  1856. 

Merchant  at  Deuia  in  Spain. 

Hugh  Lloyd  Roberts,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  R.  R.,  gentle- 
man, St.  Asaph,  Wales.  HI.  1855. 

Called  to  the  Bar  (Middle  Temple),  1866  ;  Poor  Law  Auditor,  1879. 
Oct.     1.     George  Hamilton  Heaviside,  aged  9,  son  of  J.  W.  H.,  clergy- 
man, E.  I.  College,  Hertford.  V.  1858. 

Cornet  (Queen's  Bays),  1859  ;  Lieutenant,  1862  ;  Captain  (Innis- 
killings),  1872  ;  Aide-dc-Camp  to  Lord-Lieutenant  of  Ireland,  1874  ; 
half-pay,  1876. 


326  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1852 

AdmUtcd. 

Oct      5.     Bryan  Meyrick  King,  aged   9,  son  of   B.  K.,  clergyman, 
rector  of  St.  Georges-in-the-East.  VII.  1861. 

Rector  of  Greenhough,  Diocese  of  Perth,  Western  Australia. 

Thomas  Davies  Luard,  aged  15,  son  of  T.  W.  L.,  Colonel  of 
Artillery,  61,  Harley  Street.  VIII.  1854. 

King's  College,  London  ;  Ordained  at  St.  Paul's  Cathedral,  Canada 
West,  and  died  seven  days  after  his  Ordination,  1863  ;  monument  in 
the  Cathedral. 

William  Satterly  Lord,  aged  11,  son  of  W.  H.  L.,  clergyman, 
rector  of  Northiam,  Sussex.  VIII.  1860. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple),  1873  ; 
Attorney-General  for  Griqua  Land,  (resigned). 

„  7.  Francis  Mantell  Adams,  aged  11,  son  of  John  A.,  surgeon, 
4,  St.  Helens  Place.  VIII.  1860. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Sidney-Sussex  College,  Cambridge  ;  Minor 
Scholar  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1864  ;  called  to  the  Bai-  (Middle  Temple), 
1867. 

„    11.     Thomas  William  Willan,  aged  13,  son  of  D.  W.,  Captain  of 

Artillery,  6,  Queens  Terrace,  Hammersmith.     II.  1854. 

Charles  Lewis  R.  J.  Willan,  aged  12,  son  of  D.  W.,  Captain 

of  Artillery,  6,  Queens  Terrace,  Hammersmith.  II.  1854. 

„  15.  Francis  George  Howard,  aged  8,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  gentle- 
man, Grantchester,  Cambridge.  VIII.  1862. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1863-66  ;  B.A.  (26th  Wrangler),  1866  ;  M.A.  1869  ;  Chaplain 
of  Trinity,  1873  ;  Censor  of  Non-Collegiate  Students,  1881. 

Cecil  Clementi  Smith,  aged  11,  son  of  John  S.,  clergyman. 

Mercers  School.  VIII.  1859. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  Stock 
Exhibitioner,  1859  ;  B.A.  1863  ;  M.A.  1868  ;  Hong  Kong  Civil  Service, 
1862  ;  Colonial  Secretary,  Straits  Settlements,  1878  ;  C.M.G.  1880. 

„  16.  John  Francis  Pullen,  aged  10,  son  of  John  P.,  solicitor, 
4,  Powis  Place,  Queens  Square,  Bloomsbury.    VI.  1859. 

„  27.  Herbert  Trist  Cooper,  aged  11,  son  of  James  C,  clergyman, 
St.  Pauls  School. 

Royal  Military  College,  Sandhurst  ;  Commission  in  the  12th  (Suffolk) 
Regiment  ;  served  in  the  New  Zealand  War,  also  in  Australia  and 
India  ;  rose  to  the  rank  of  Captain  ;  died  at  the  Curragh,  July  3, 
1874. 

,  30.  Risdon  Darracott  Bennett,  aged  10,  son  of  James  R.  B., 
physician,  Finsbury  Square.  VIII.  1861. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  Minor  Scholar ; 
B.A.  (Second  Class  Classics),  1865  ;  Law  Studentship,  1869  ;  called 
to  the  Bar,  1865  ;  died  1872. 

Nov.    4.     John    Henry  Ion,  aged  9,  son   of  John    Henry  I.,  wine 

merchant,  4,  Albion  Place,  Hyde  Park  Sq.       VI.  1860. 

„    22.     Herbert  George  Thomas  Packer,  aged  7,  son  of  John  G.  P., 

clergyman,  St.  Peters  Vicarage,  Hackney.  V.  1860. 

George  Nathaniel  Bean  St.  Leger,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert 

St.    L.,   gentleman,  11,  Tottenham    Grove,  Southgate 

Road,  West  Hackney.  II.  1855. 

„    23.     Richard  Gardner,  aged  11,  son  of  R.  J.  G.,  merchant,  Grove 

Lane,  Camberwcll.  V.  1857. 


1852]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  327 

Admitted. 

Nov.  29.     Henry  Hill,  aged  10,  son  of  Henry  H.,  solicitor,  4,  Villas, 
Manor  Road,  Upper  Holloway.  IV.  1858. 

Merchant,  formerly  of  Jamaica. 


1853 

Feb.  15.     Edward  William  Hill,  aged  8,  son  of  Henry  H.,  solicitor, 
Norfolk  House,  Avenue  Road,  Regents  Park.    V.  1859. 
„    21.     John  Sabiue,  aged  10,  son  of  George  S.,  agent  for  Tract 
Society,   18,  River  Street,   Middleton   Square,  Isling- 
ton. IV.  1859. 
Mar.  11.     William  Howels  Key,  aged  10,  son  of  Edward  K.,  solicitor, 
Holbeach,  Lincolnshire.                                       III.  1856. 
„    23.     Henry  Turing  Mackenzie,  aged  9,  son  of  H.  M.,  clergyman, 
St.  Martins-in-the-Fields.                                 VIII.  1861. 

Mercliant,  formerly  of  Bataviu,  Java,  1861-69  ;  Bombay,  1871-79. 

„    25.     Frank  Colebrooke  Wilhsford,  aged  12,  son  of  T.  W.  W., 
surgeon,  10,  Rodney  Street,  Rentonville.  III.  1855. 

June    1.     Dorset  Eccles,  aged  10,  son  of  W.  E.,  surgeon,  35,  Charter- 
house Square.  VIII.  1860. 

British  Museum,  1860. 

„    11.     John  Alfred  Stocken,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  S.,  stationer, 
53,  Quadrant.  VI.  1857. 

stockbroker. 

„    21.     Peter  Benson  Maxwell,  aged  9,  son  of  P.  B.  M.,  barrister, 
9,  Ashley  Place,  Victoria  Street,  Westminster.  IV.  1856. 

Registrar  and  Stipendiary  Magistrate,  Penang  ;  Stipendiary  Magis- 
trate, Demerara,  1869-76  ;  Stipendiary  Magistrate  and  Sheriii'  of 
Berbice,  British  Guiana,  1876  ;  died  1878. 

George   Herbert  Whidborne,  aged  10,  son  of   G.  F.  W., 
physician,  60,  Gower  Street.  VI.  1860. 

M.E.C.S.  1864  ;  Middlesex  llo;~pital,  and  Paris  ;  formerly  Sui'geon 
in  P.  and  0.  service  ;  practising  at  Tojjbham,  Devon. 

„    22.     Henry  Thorpe  Morice,  aged  11,  son  of  R.  W.  M.,  clergyman, 
Hoddesdon,  Herts.  IV.  1855. 

Clerk  in  Bank  of  England,  1856  -67  ;  Jesus  College,  Cambridge, 
1867  ;  no  degree. 

HOLLINGWORTH  TuLLY  KiNGDON,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  Januanj  21,  1845. 

July  18.     Alfred  Finucane  McCarthy,  aged  10,  son  of  J.  M.  McC, 
clergyman,  66,  Myddleton  Square.  VIII.  1860. 

From  Merchant  Taylors'  School  (Llarch,  1851) ;  joined  the  Garil>aldiau 
Legion  in  1860  ;  was  reported  mortally  wounded  before  Gaeta,  but 
recovered  and  received  a  pension  from  the  Italian  Government ;  subse- 
quently died  in  Australia,  1873. 

Sept.  26.     Robert  Magrath  Johns,  aged  11,  son  of  T,  C.  J.,  printer, 
33,  York  Place,  Islington.  VI.  1857. 

Clerk  in  office  of  the  Charity  Commissioners  ;  called  to  the  Bar 
(Middle  Temple),  1876. 


328  SCHOLAllS   OF  ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1853 

Admitted. 

Sept.  26.  William  Page  Howard,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  H.,  gentle- 
man, Grantchester,  Cambs.  VIII.  1860. 
Elected  Minor  Scholar  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1860,  and 
Campden  Exhibitioner  ;  but  died  before  beginning  residence,  January, 
1862. 

Oct.  18.  Charles  Herbert  Reid,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  B.  R.,  clergy- 
man, 33,  Castelnau  Villas,  Barnes.  III.  1857. 

Eemoved  to  Marlborough  College. 

WiUiam  Bramston,  aged  12,  son  of  William  B.,  gentleman, 
9,  Bloomfield  Terrace.  VIII.  I860. 

King's  College,  London,  and  Peterhouse,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1864  ; 
Voluntary  Theological  Examination,  Second  Class,  1864  ;  M.A.  18&8  ; 
Vicar  of  Minster  in  Sheppey,  1880. 

Francis  Thomas  Bramston,   aged  11,  son  of  William   B., 
gentleman,  9,  Bloomfield  Terrace.  VIII.  1861. 

Campden  Exhibitioner  ;  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1864  ; 
M.A.  1871  ;  Curate  of  Layham,  Suffolk,  1865. 

Edward  Younge,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  Y.,  barrister,  Upper 

Grove  Lane,  Camberwell.  IV.  1858. 

„    20.     William  Frederic  Henry  Garratt,  aged  11,  son  of  William  G., 

clergyman,  St.  John's,  Fulham.  V.  1857. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1864  ;  M.A.  1868  ;  in  Orders. 

Henry  Fawkes,  aged  11,  son  of  A.  F.,  clergyman,  Leathley, 

Otley,  Yorks.  III.  1854. 

Died  in  the  School. 

,,    21.     Henry  John  Robinson,  aged    11,  son  of  Thomas  T.  R., 
solicitor,  22,  York  Road,  Brighton.  VII.  1859. 

Nov.  24.  Cecil  Robert  Knapton,  aged  14,  son  of  Henry  K.,  gentle- 
man, Albion  Road  West,  Stoke  Newington.   VII.  1855. 

Died  in  the  School,  June  3,  1855. 

.,    28.     John  Henry  Bryant,  aged  10,  son  of  W.  John  B.,  surgeon, 
7,  Bathurst  Street,  Hyde  Park  Gardens.  II.  1854. 

1854 

Jan.  17.  Charles  Henry  Dunster,  aged  9,  son  of  John  D.,  clerk 
in  Stamp  Office,  2,  Moor  Street,  Chelsea.  II.  1856. 

Feb.  25.  Alfred  William  South,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  S.,  clergyman, 
13,  King  Edward  Street.  VIII.  1861. 

Captain,  1860-61  ;  Campden  Exliibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Peny  Exhibitioner,  1862-65  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Classics), 
1865  ;  M.A.  1868  ;  Second  JIaster,  Doncaster  School  ;  Assistant 
Master,  Dulwich  College  (Upper  School),  1870-75  ;  Second  Jlaster, 
Church  of  England  Grammar  School,  Melbourne,  Australia,  1876-81. 
„  27.  Arthur  Black,  aged  9,  son  of  Patrick  B.,  physician, 
St.  Bartholomews  Hospital.  VIII.  1863. 

Captain,  1862-63  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Christ  Church,  Oxford  ; 
Junior  Studetit  ;  First  Class  Classics,  ]\Ioderations,  1865  ;  B.A.  (Third 
Class  Litt.  Hum.),  1S67  ;  M.A.  ;  Solicitor,  admitted  1871  ;  jiractising 
in  London. 

Mar.  2.  Edward  John  Henry  Eldred,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  E., 
barrister,  East  End,  Finchley.  VI.  1862. 

Clerk  in  National  Provincial  I5ank  ;  Cashier  (Pamsgatc'l,  1867. 


1 854]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  329 

Admittsd. 

Mar.    2.     John  Camden  Mortimer,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  F.  M.,  clergyman, 
72,  Eccleston  Square.  III.  1857. 

Architect  (Loudon). 

Thomas  Burnet  Hayward,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  H., 
80,  Guildford  Street,  Russell  Square.  III.  1856. 

„  3.  Edward  Dix,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  D.,  bookseller, 
10,  Amwell  Street,  Claremont  Square.  I.  1855. 

„  9.  Cecil  William  Sawyer  Marshall,  aged  9,  son  of  Augustus  M., 
31,  Surrey  Street,  Strand.  VII.  18G3. 

Clerk  in  Barclay's  Bank. 

,,  10.  Joseph  Robert  Lambert,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  L.,  artist, 
Leigh,  Cheadle,  Staff.  I.  1854. 

„  15.  Arthur  Gardiner  Butler,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  B., 
secretary  to  British  Museum,  G,  Cheyne  Walk, 
Chelsea.  VI.  1861. 

Bronze  Medallist,  Science  and  Art  Scliools,  South  Kensington,  1863  ; 
F.L.S.  ;  F.Z.S.  ;  British  Museum,  1864  ;  Senior  Assistant,  Upper 
Section,  Zoological  Department,  1875. 

„  16.  Charles  Stewart,  aged  9,  son  of  John  S.,  woollen  draper, 
68,  Cheapside.  VIII.  1864. 

Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge ;  B.A.  1868  ;  M.A.  1875  ; 
M.S. A.  London  ;  Membre  de  1' Academic  Nationale,  France  ;  author  of 

International  Correspondence  by  Means  of  Numbers. 

May  18.     Walter  Wolff   Grove   Worthington,  aged    10,  son   of  — , 

clergyman,  27,  John  Street,  Bedford  Row.    VIII.  1862. 

Clerk  in  the  Bank  of  England. 

„    16.     Horace  John   Moore  Pugh,  aged   9,  son  of  John  P.,  silk 

mercer,  163,  Regent  Street.  V.  1858. 

R.N.  Lieutenant,  1868. 

„  19.  Richard  Harris,  aged  10,  son  of  R.  W.  H.,  surgeon, 
43,  Gower  Street.  VII.  1860. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1866  ;  practising  in  London. 

„  23.  St.  Vincent  Nepean,  aged  9,  son  of  Evan  N.,  clergyman, 
21,  Bolles  Street,  Piccadilly.  V.  1857. 

E.N.  Slib-Lieutenant,  1864  ;  Lieutenant,  1866  ;  retired  as  Com- 
mander ;  Adjutant  to  R.N.  Artillery  Volunteers,  London  ;  Lispector 
of  Life  Boats  (Hull). 

July     5.     Lewis    Pocock,    aged    10,    son    of    Lewis    P.,    gentleman, 

20,  Upper  Gower  Street.  VII.  1860. 

F.S.A. 

John  Lindsay  Leckie,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  L.,  gentleman, 

Gloster  Gardens,  Hyde  Park.  IV.  1857. 

Served  in  the  Indian  Navy  for  four  and  a  half  years  ;  El)ersdorf, 
Germany;  Glasgow  University;  L.F.P.S.  Glasgow,  1870;  L.R.C.R 
Edinburgh,  1870  ;  Surgeon  to  the  Tatf  Valofron  Works  ;  practising  at 
Pontypridd,  South  Wales. 

Aug.  28.     Clement    Frank    Walker,    aged    11,    son    of    George    W., 
schoolmaster,  78,  Whitechapel  Road. .  VIII.  1861. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner  ;  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1867  ;  M.A.  ; 
Schoolmaster  in  Orders. 


SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1854 


F.  Cavan  Blyth,  Ccqiitanco. 

Admitted  September  16,  1845. 
Admitted. 

Sept.  14.     Edmund  Lawrence  Hemsted  Tew,  aged  9,  son  of  Edward  T., 
clergyman,  Patching,  Sussex.  VIII.  1863. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (Fourth  Class 
Litt.  Hum.),  1868  ;  M.A.  1S74  ;  Vicar  of  Hornsea ,  Yorkshire. 

George  Leonard  Gibbs,  aged  9,  son  of  Michael  G.,  clergy- 
man, Christ  Church,  Newgate  Street.  VI.  1862. 

King's  College,  London;  A.K.C.  ;  Queens'  College,  Cambridge; 
Scholar;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.),  1869  ;  M.A.  1872  ;  ^Vhittenhall  Lecturer, 
St.  John,  Wapping,  1872  ;  Campden  Lecturer,  St.  Lawrence  Jewry, 
City,  1873  ;  Kector  of  St.  James,  Garlickhithe  with  St.  Michael, 
Queenhithe  and  Holy  Trinity-the-Less,  London,  1875. 

„    18.     John  Sumner  Whidborne,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  T.  W.,  surgeon, 
Guilford  Street.  VI.  1860. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1870  ;  practising  at  Dawlish,  Devon. 

Oct.      2.     Robert  M.  Leckie,  aged  13,  son  of  Robert  L.,  merchant, 
Gloucester  Gardens.  V.  1857. 

Died  shortly  after  leaving  the  School,  1857. 

„       5.     Montagu  Callaway  Gosset,  aged  11,  son  of  M.  G.,  solicitor, 
48,  Doughty  Street.  VIII.  1862. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1865  ; 
M.A.  ;  Solicitor,  admitted  1871  ;  practising  in  London. 

„       6.     Robert  Barlow  Gardiner,  aged  11,  son  of  R.  B.  G.,  architect, 
15,  Queens  Row,  Grove  Lane,  Camberwell.  VIII.  1861. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  "Wadham  College,  Oxford  ;  Scholar  ;  Second 
Class  Classics  and  Mathematics,  Moderations,  1863  ;  Second  Class  Litt. 
Hum.  1865  ;  B.A.  1866  ;  M.A.  1868  ;  Assistant  Master,  King  Edward's 
School,  Birmingham,  1866-68  ;Dulwich College  (Upper  School),  1868-75; 
Fourth  Master,  St.  Paul's  School,  1875  ;  in  Orders  ;  editor  of  this  work. 

„    24.     Hugh   Edward    Blakeney  Allen,   aged   11,   son   of  E.  A., 
physician,  21,  Princes  Street,  Spital  Fields.         I.  1855. 

King's  College,  London  ;  in  Orders. 

„    28.     Clement  Smith,  aged  9,  son  of  M.  (H.  ?)  S.,  clerk  in  Ordnance 
Office,  Grove  Park,  Camberwell.  VIII.  1864. 

Captain,  1863-64  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Christ  Church,  Oxford  ;  Third 
Class  Classics,  Moderations,  1866  ;  B.A.  1868  ;  Second  Master,  Royal 
Grammar  School,  Guildford,  1869-74;  Vicar  of  Awbridge,  Hants. 

Nov.     2.     Charles  Reeve  Taylor,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  T.,  surgeon, 
4,  Bethel  Place,  Camberwell.  VIII.  1864. 

Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  Sykes  Exhibitioner,  1864  ; 
B.A.  and  LL.B.  1868  ;  M.A.  1872  ;  in  Orders. 

„     17.     John  Dawson  Mason,  aged  9,  son  of  S.  M.  VIII.  1864. 

Dec.     6.     William  Arthur  Warner  Sleigh,  aged  10,  son  of  William  S., 

barrister.  I.  1857. 

Called  to  the  Bar  (Middle  Temple),  1864;  deceased. 

1855 

Jan.  23.     William  Clement  Upton,  aged  11,  son  of  R.   U.,  solicitor, 
Blackheath.  VIII.  1862. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Pcnv  Exhi- 
bitioner, 1863-66;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1866;  M.A.  1869;  Vicar  of 
Reepham,  Lincolnshire. 


1855]  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  331 

jidmittcd. 

Feb.     3.     William  Frederic  Dickes,  aged  11,  son  of  William  D.,  artist, 
5,  Old  Fish  Street.  VII.  1859. 

Eugraver  in  Loudon. 

„    14.     Francis  Wingfield  Eobinson,   son  of  Thomas  K.,  8,  Bess- 
borough  Street,  Pimlico.  I.  1857. 
Ensign,  85th  Regiment,  1865  ;  Lieutenant,  1867  ;  Captain,  1877. 

Francis  Whyley,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  January  29,  1850. 

Feb.  19.     Joseph    Hayward,    aged    10,    son    of    Joseph    H.,    grocer, 

80,  Guildford  Street.  VI.  1861. 

„    22.     Philip  Peck,  aged  9,  son  of  James  P.,  clergyman,  6,  Taviton 

Street,  Gordon  Square.  VIII.  1864. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Wadham  College,  Oxford  ;  Scholar  ;  Second 
Class  Classics,  Moderations,  1866  ;  Third  Class  Litt.  Hum.  1868  ; 
B.A.  1869  ;  Minister  in  the  Catholic  Apostolic  Church. 

Apr.  13.     John  Chute  Buck  Ellis,  aged  14,  son  of  John  T.  E.,  surgeon, 

Camden  Square.  V.  1858. 

„    24.     Henry  Hartshorn  Buck,  aged  9,  son  of  W.  H.  B.,  clergyman, 

chaplain  to  Queens  Bench  Prison.  III.  1859. 

Walter  Hudson  Buck,  aged  14,  son  of  W.  H.  B.,  clergyman, 

chaplain  to  Queens  Bench  Prison.  V.  1857. 

„    25.     Henry  Priestly  Jacob,  aged  10,  son  of  G.  A.  J.,  head  master 

of  Christs  Hospital.  VI.  1859. 

Worcester  College,  Oxford  ;  Head  Master,  Elphinstone  College, 
Bombay. 

„  27.  John  Arrow  Kempe,  aged  9,  son  of  J.  E.  K.,  clergyman, 
rector  of  St.  James',  Westminster.  VIII.  1865. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhi- 
bitioner, 1867-70  ;  B.A.  ;  Clerk  in  Treasury,  1867  ;  Private  Secretary 
to  Sir  E.  Lingeu,  1880. 

Edward  Wood  Kempe,  aged  10,  son  of  J.  E.  K.,  clergyman, 
rector  of  St.  James',  Westminster.  VIII.  1863. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1864-67  ; 
B.A.  (Junior  Op.),  1867  ;  M.A.  1871  ;  Vicar  of  Porty-Hill,  Enfield, 
1874  ;  Priest-in-ordinary  to  the  Queen,  1878. 

May     2.     Thomas  Archibald  Starnes  White,  aged  11,  son  of  Thos.  W., 
farmer,  Wateringbury,  VIII.  1862. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Christ  Church,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1868  ; 
M.A.  ;  British  Chaplain,  Baden-Baden,  1871. 

„  3.  Alexander  David  Graham,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  G., 
gentleman,  5,  Montague  Place,  Islington.  V.  1861. 

Clerk  in  National  Provincial  Bank  ;  died  1882. 

„    21.     Albert  Eraser,  aged  10,  son  of  James  F.,  merchant,  5,  Albany 

Road,  Camberwell.  V.  1862. 

July     4.     Henry  Holyfield  Key,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  K.,  solicitor, 

Holbeach,  Lincoln.  I.  1856. 

„  16.  George  Edward  Christopher  Dodsworth,  aged  9,  son  of 
George  D.,  clergyman,  Blackheath.  V.  1861. 


332  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1855 

Admitted. 

July  19.  Spencer  Roberts,  aged  11,  son  of  John  Spencer  R.,  surgeon, 
10,  Finchley  Road.  V.  1858. 

Sept.  19.  Olliver  (sic)  Thomas  Duke,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  Oliver  D., 
surgeon,  17,  Harleyford  PL,  Kennington  Pk.  VIII.  1859. 

Guy's  Hospital;  M.B.  London,  1867;  M.K.C.S.  England,  1864; 
L.S.A.  London,  1865  ;  House  Surgeon,  Guy's  ;  Surgeon  to  3rd  Punjab 
Cavalry  ;  Extra  Aide-de-Camp  to  Sir  Henry  Davis  (Lieutenant-Governor 
of  Punjab),  diuing  visit  of  H.R.H.  Prince  of  Wales,  1876;  Medical 
Officer  to  the  Khelat  Expedition  under  Jlajor  Sandeman,  1876-77  ; 
received  thanks  of  Goverument  for  efficient  management  of  cholera 
outbreak,  1876  ;  author  of  A  Historical  and  Descriptive  Eeport  of  the 
District  of  the  Thalchotiali  and  Harnai. 

„  20.  Arthur  Allen  Owen,  aged  13,  son  of  Joseph  B.  0.,  clergy- 
man, 37,  Great  Ormond  Street.  V.  1858. 

Royal  Military  College,  Sandhurst  ;  88th  Regiment  ;  Ensign,  1859  ; 
Lieutenant,  1861  ;  Captain,  1869  ;  Major,  1877  ;  Colonel,  1881  ;  served 
in  the  Transkei,  1877,  and  Zulu  Laud,  1878-79. 

„    25.     Patrick   Abercrombie   Black,  aged  10,  son  of  Patrick  B., 

physician,  St.  Bartholomews.  VI.  1859. 

R.N.  Sub-Lieutenant,  1865  ;  Lieutenant,  1867  ;  died  1877. 

Oct.      1.     Francis  James  Crosland  Fenton,  aged  11,  son  of  A.  F., 

clerk  {deceased).  West  Lavington.  VIII.  1863. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Pen-y  Exhi- 
bitioner, 1866-67;  B.A.  (Third  Class  Classics),  1867;  M.A.  1876; 
Private  Tutor  (in  Orders),  Caterham. 

Herbert   Charles   MacCarthy,   aged   9,   sou  of  F.    MacC, 
clergyman,  66,  Myddelton  Square.  VIII.  1865. 

Clerk  in  Bank  of  England. 

„  3.  William  Henry  White,  aged  9,  son  of  W.  H.  W.,  Bounty 
Office,  Long  Ditton,  Kingston.  V.  1861. 

Clerk  in  Queen  Anne's  Bounty  Office. 

„  9.  Henry  Frederick  Robinson,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  R., 
jeweller,  138,  Strand.  V.  1857. 

„  11.  Thomas  Frederick  Stanley  Hand,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  H., 
solicitor,  17,  Warwick  Street,  Regents  Park.     III.  1858. 

„  12.  Joseph  W.  Ridgeway  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  R.,  clergyman, 
Penge.  V.  1858. 

Bengal  Infantry  ;  Ensign,  1860  ;  Lieutenant,  1862  ;  Captain,  1869  ; 
Major,  1880  ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  1881  ;  Under  Secretary,  Foreign 
Dejiartment,  India. 

Nov.  3.  Frederick  William  Spurling,  aged  11,  son  of  John  S., 
clerk,  New  River  Company's  Office,  5,  Park  Street, 
Islington.  VIII.  1862. 

Captain,  1861-62  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  "Wadham  College,  Oxford  ; 
Scholar;  Hody  Exhibitioner  ;  First  Class  Classics,  Moderations,  1864  ; 
B.A.  (First  Class  Lit.  Hum.),  1867  ;  M.A.  ;  Assistant  Master,  West- 
minster, 1869-71  ;  Assistant  Master,  Rugby,  1871-73  ;  Tutor  of  Keble 
College,  Oxford,  1874. 

„  19.  John  Boughey,  aged  10,  son  of  G.  T.  T.  B.,  captain  {deceased), 
Thornhill  Square.  VI.  1859. 

Removed  to  Wellington  College ;  Queen's  Medallist  ;  thence  to 
Royal  Militarv  College,  Sandhurst  ;  62nd  Regiment ;  Ensign,  1862  ; 
Lieutenant,  1865  ;  Captain,  1869  ;  ]\lajor,  1881  ;  Professor  of  Tactics, 
Royal  Military  College,  Sandhurst,  1875. 


1856]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  333 


1856 

Admit  U'd. 

Jan.  26.     Arthur  Buckley,  aged  9,  son  of  — ,  clerk  to  the  Girdlers 
Company,  Girdlers  Hall.  I.  1856. 

Died  in  the  School. 

Feb.     2.     Baden  Henry  Powell,  aged  14,  son  of  Baden  P.,  clergyman, 

6,  Stanhope  Street,  Hyde  Park  Gardens.      VIII.  1859. 

Indian   Civil   Service,   1860  ;   Conservator  of  Forests ;    Additional 

Commissioner,  Lahore ;  Commander  of  the  Order  of  the  Indian  Empire, 

1883. 

„      7.     Walter  James  Dickes,  aged  11,  son  of  Walter  D.,  engraver, 
5,  Old  Fish  Street.  VIII.  1863. 

Engraver. 

„    23.     Edward  Bell,  aged  11,  son  of  George  B.,  bookseller.  Fleet 
Street.  VIII.  1863. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhi- 
bitioner, 1864-67  ;  B.A.  (Senior  Op.),  1867  ;  publisher  of  this  work. 

Apr.  10.     WiUiam  Ross  Wakefield,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  surgeon, 
11,  Canonbury  Place,  Islington.  III.  1861. 

Auctioneer. 

„    26.     Alfred  Herbert  Hackney,  aged  9,  son  of  John  H.,  surgeon, 
Pentonville  Road.  V.  1862. 

University  College,  London ;  M.R.C.S.  England,  1868  ;  L.S.A.  1868  ; 
practising  at  Warbleton,  Sussex. 

Thomas  Miller,  Capitanco. 

Admitted  October  19,  1850. 

Apr.  30.     Hewitt   Antrobus   Hinson,   aged    10,  son  of  William  H., 
clergyman,  13,  Hoxton  Square.  VIII.  1865. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Ex- 
hibitioner, 1866-68. 

May     8.     Frederick  Lupton,  aged  9,  son  of  Frederick  L.,  clergyman, 
Cloisters,  Westminster.  VII.  1865. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1871. 

„    22.     Glyd  Herbert  White,  aged  11,  son  of  J.  W.,  clergyman, 

Christs  Hospital.  III.  1857. 

June    3.     Reginald  V.  C.   Smith,  aged   11,  son  of  J.  S.,  clergyman. 

Mercers  School.  VIII.  1862. 

Died,  choked  by  a  fruit-stone,  in  China. 

„      6.     Bryan  Justin  O'Brien,  aged  10,  son  of  J.  O'B.,  clergyman, 

"Henfield,  Sussex.  VI.  1861. 

Died  in  the  School. 

Sej^t.  13.     Charles  Edward  A.  Semple,  aged   11,  son  of  Robert  S., 

physician,  8,  Torrington  Square.  VIII.  1863. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Caius  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1867  ; 
M.B.  1872  ;  L.S.A.  Lond.  1869  ;  M.R.C.S.  1874;  Physician  to  North- 
Eastern  Hospital  for  Children. 

„     25.     Joshua  Duke,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  Oliver  D.,  surgeon, 
17,  Harleyford  Place,  Kennington  Park.         VII.  1863. 

Guy's  Ho.spital;  M.R.C.S.  1868  ;  L.S.A.  Lond.  1868  ;  Surgeon  in 
H.M.  Indian  Medical  Service  to  2nd  Native  Infantiy ;  author  of 
Eccolkdionf!  of  the  Cnhul  Campaign,  1883. 


334  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1856 

Admitted. 

Sept.  27.     Frederick    Samuel    Daldy,   aged    11,    son   of    T.   M.   D., 

surgeon.  VIII.  1863. 

M.R.C.S.  Eng.  1867  ;  L.S.A.  Lond.  1869. 

,,     30.     John  Henry   Champion  McGill,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  McG., 

clergyman,  Christ  Church,  Watney  Street.  VIII.  1866. 

Captain,  1864-66  ;  Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Perry  Exhibitioner,  1868-70  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Classics), 
1870  ;  Third  Class  Vol.  Theol.  Exam.  1871  ;  M.A.  1873  ;  Fellow  and 
Tutor  of  St.  Augustine's  College,  Canterbury,  1870-72  ;  Vicar  of  High 
Bentham,  1872-79. 
Arthur  John  How,  aged  11,  son  of  J.  H.,  gentleman, 
54,  Shoe  Lane.  IV.  1861. 

Eichard  Thomas  Hughes,  aged  11,  son  of  R.  A.  H.  (deceased), 
9,  Rose  Street,  Soho.  II.  1857. 

Oct.     3.     Guybon  Henry    Daman t,  aged    10,   son  of   Henry  J.  D., 
solicitor,  West  Cowes,  Isle  of  Wight.  VIII.  1864. 

Campden  E.xhibitioner,  Christ's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Second 
Class  Classics),  1868  ;  Indian  Civil  Service,  1867  (Bengal) ;  killed  in 
the  Naga  Hills,  1880. 

„  7.  Frederick  Rainbow,  aged  11,  son  of  R.  M.  R.  (deceased), 
Transham  Lodge,  Lower  Norwood.  VI.  1861. 

Surgeon,  St.  Thomas's  Hospital,  where  he  died  of  fever  contracted  in 
the  pursuit  of  his  professional  duties. 

„  11.  Lindsay  Heath,  aged  9,  son  of  Charles  H.,  gentleman, 
28,  Gordon  Square.  VII.  1864. 

Matriculated,  University  of  London;  King's  College,  London  (Applied 
Sciences)  ;  Civil  Engineer,  Indian  Service,  1870  (First  Place). 

„  13.  Gilbert  Venables,  aged  11,  son  of  G.  V.,  clergyman, 
Chatham.  VIII.  1864. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Wadham  College,  Oxf.  ;  B.A.  (Third  Class  Law 
and  Modern  History),  1868  ;  on  the  staff  of  the  Standard  newspaper. 

„  16.^  Francis  Mansfield,  aged  11,  son  of  W.  M.  (deceased), 
Cheapside.  I.  1858. 

„  17.  Robert  Charles  Latham  Browne,  aged  11,  son  of  R.  B., 
clergyman,  Westbourne  Street.  VI.  1861. 

Downing  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.),  1869  ;  M.A.  1873  ; 
Vicar  of  North  Currie,  Somerset. 

„  22.  Hugh  McNeill  Mansfield,  aged  11,  son  of  — ,  clergyman, 
Hattou  Garden.  IV.  1860. 

St.  John's  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Moral  Science) 
1868  ;  M.A.  1872  ;  Vicar  of  Bourne,  Lincolnshire,  1881. 

Nov.  14.     Adolphus    Greenwood  Taylor,  aged    8,  son  of   W.  G.  T., 
solicitor,  Bedford  Row. 

1857 

Jan.   26.     Francis  Archer  Upton,  aged  11,  son  of  R.  B.  U.,  solicitor, 
Guilford  Street.  VIII.  1864. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Ex- 
hibitioner, 1866-68  ;  Scholar,  1867  ;  B.A.  (First  in  Second  Class 
Classics),  1868  ;  Solicitor,  admitted  1872  ;  practising  in  London. 

^  The    next    thirty   names    have    been       the  leaf  being  missing  from  the  Register, 
restored    from    the    Presentation    Books, 


i857]  SCHOLAES   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  SP.S 

Admitlcd. 

Jan.  28.  William  Fitz  Gerald  Le  Viscomte  Gambler,  aged  14,  son  of 
S.  J.  G.,  clergyman,  Regents  Park.  VII.  1859. 

Feb.  2.  Cecil  Frederick  Hall,  aged  10,  son  of  W.  J.  H.,  clergyman, 
Tottenham.  VI.  1862. 

Corn  Merchant  in  London. 

„  19.  Harvey  Edmund  Taverner,  ased  11,  son  of  E.  T.,  solicitor. 
New  Broad  Street.  ^  VIII.  1864. 

Brasenose  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1867  ;  M.A.  1874  ;  Minor  Canon 
and  Sacristan,  Worcester  Cathedral,  1870-76  ;  Vicar  of  Martin- 
Hussingtree,  Worcester,  1876. 

Mar.  28.  Thomas  Browne,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  clerk, 
Dalston.  VII.  1863. 

„  30.  Richard  Helder,  aged  13,  son  of  William  H.,  solicitor, 
Paddington.  VI.  1863. 

„  31.  John  Ashburton  Thompson,  aged  11,  son  of  John  T.,  solicitor, 
Lincolns  Inn  Fields.  IV.  1861. 

Guy's  and  Middlesex  Hospitals  ;  Pine  Essayist,  Guy's  Hospital,  1868  ; 
M.K.'C.S.  1868;  L.R.C.P.L.  1868;  L.S.A.L.  1868;  M.D.  (avec  dis- 
tinction) Brussels,  1876  ;  Surgeon  at  King's  Cross,  Great  Northern 
Railway  Company  ;  author  of  Free  Phosphorus  in  Medicine. 

Percy    Alfred    Osborn,    aged     12,    son    of    Edward    O., 
clerk.  II.  1858. 

Died  in  the  School. 
Apr.     4.     Peter  John  Bruff,  aged  11,  son  of  P.  S.  B.,  esquire,  Bedford 
Square.  VII.  1863. 

Civil  Engineer,  Public  Works  Department,  India. 

May  6.  William  Augu-stus  Richard  Pugh,  aged  10,  son  of  J.  W.  P., 
mercer.  Regent  Street.  VI.  1863. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1871  ;  practising  in  London. 

Walter  John  Lawrance,  Capitaneo. 

Admitted  September  18,  1849. 

July  30.  David  Arthnr  Fasham  Wetherfield,  aged  11,  son  of  J.  W., 
surgeon,  Henrietta  Street.  VII.  1864. 

Lloyd's. 

Sept.    4.     Frederick  Augustus  Blaydes,  aged  11  ^  son  of  T.  B.,  clerk, 

Uppingham.  III.  1858. 

Henry  Wilkinson,  aged  9,  son  of  —  W.  (deceased).  VI.  1863. 

Stockbroker. 

Edward  Thomas  Donoghue,  aged  11,  son  of  E.  J.  D.,  clerk. 
Stoke  Newington.  VII.  1863. 

Clerkship,  British  Museum,  1864  ;  retired. 

„    30.     George   Solmon  Connolly,   aged  9,  son  of  J.  C.  C,  clerk, 

Woohvich. 
Oct.     1.     George      Baxter,      aged       11,     son     of      A.     B.,     clerk, 

Greenwich.  I.  1859. 

„      9.     Henry  Warrington  Smythe  Powell,  aged   10,  son  of  B.  P., 

clergyman,  Hyde  Park.  III.  1861. 

F.R.G.S.  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple),  1876. 


SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1857 


ct.     y.     John  Richardson  Illingworth,  aged  9,  son  of  E.  A.  I.,  clerk, 
Mecklenburgh  Square.  VIII.  1867. 

Captain,  1866-67  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Corpus  Christi  College, 
Oxford  ;  Scholar  ;  First  Class  Classics,  Moderations,  1869  ;  B.A.  (First 
Class  Lit.  Hum.),  1871  ;  Fellow  of  Jesus,  1872  ;  Tutor  of  Keble, 
1872-80;  M.A.  1874;  Rector  of  Longworth,  Berks. 

„     10.     Edward    Smiles,   aged    9,  son  of  William    S.,  physician, 

Doughty  Street.  VIII.  1866. 

Alfred  Roland  Oliver,  aged  12,  son  of  Thomas  O.,  solicitor, 

Camberwell.  III.  1859. 

Died  in  the  School. 
,,     12.     Vincent  d'Okolski,  aged  9,  son  of  —  d'O.  (deceased),  Clapham 

Road.  VI.  1863. 

„     13.     Edmund  Arbuthnott  Knox,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  K.,  clergyman, 

Manchester  Square.  VIII.  1865. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford  ;  Scholar ; 
Boden  (Sanskrit)  University  Scholar,  1866  ;  First  Class  Classics, 
Moderations,  1867  ;  First  Class  Lit.  Hum.  1868.;  Fellow  of  Merton, 
1868  ;  First  Class  Law  and  Modern  History,  1869  ;  B.A.  1869  ; 
M.A.  ;  Vicar  of  St.  John  Baptist,  Oxford,  1874  ;  Tutor  and  Dean 
of  Merton,  1875. 

„    16.     Frederick  Clements  Williamson,  aged  11,  son  of  S.  W., 
solicitor,  Holywell  Street. 

Removed  to  Rossall  School ;  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1870  ; 
in  Orders. 

,,     17.     Edward   Bai^ker,  aged    12,   son    of  J.    C.    B.,  Barnsbury 
Park.  VI.  1862. 

Bank  of  England,  Bristol  Branch. 
„    19.     Arthur  Duncan  Burnett,  aged  12,  son  of  D.  B.,  gentleman, 
North  Brixton.  VII.  1862. 


1858 

4.     Richard  Incledon,  aged  10,  son  of  Richard  I.,  clerk,  Somerset 
House.  VII.  1865. 

Clerk  in  Admiralty  Registry,  Somerset  House. 

15.     Philip  Howard  Smith,  aged  11,  son  of  W.  S.,  Doctor  of  Law, 
Avenue  Road.  VIII.  1864. 

Called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple),  1870. 

18.  Charles  Morgan  Cowie,  aged  11,  son  of  B.  M.  C,  clergyman, 

42,  Upper  Harley  Street,  W.  VIII.  1865. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Jesus  College,  Cambridge  ;  Scholar  ;  Barnes 
Scholar  (disqualified  from  College  standing),  1867  ;  B.A.  (first  in 
Second  Class  Classics),  1869  ;  Keller  Exhibitioner,  1869;  M.A.  1872  ; 
Education  Department  of  the  Privy  Council,  1870. 

19.  Edwin  Ray  Lankester,  aged  10,  son  of  P.  Smith  L.,  physician, 

8,  Savile  Row,  Regent  Street.  VIII.  1864. 

Downing  College,  Cambridge  (Minor  Scholar),  1864  ;  migrated  to 
Christ  Church,  Oxford  (Junior  Student),  1866  ;  B.A.  (First  Class 
Natural  Science),  1868  ;  Radcliffe  Travelling  Fellow,  1870  ;  Fellow  of 
Exeter,  1872  ;  Professor  of  Zoology  and  Comparative  Anatomy, 
University  College,  London  ;  F.R.S.  ;  Professor  of  Natural  History, 
Edinburgh,  1881  (resigned). 


I 


i8s8]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  337 


Admitted. 

Jan.  20.  Awdry  Peck,  aged  10,  son  of  — ,  clergyman  (dcccascd\ 
6,  Taviton  Street,  Gordon  Square.  VIII.  1866. 

Paiiliue  Exhibitioner,  Wadhani  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  1870; 
University  College  Hospital,  London;  M.R.C.S.  1875;  L.R.C.P. 
Loudon,  1875. 

Mar.  4.  Cyril  James  Howell,  aged  13,  son  of  John  H.,  solicitor, 
2,  Oriel  Place,  Oollege  Street,  Brompton.         VI.  1860. 

Apr.    7.     William  Kenrick  Hyatt  Bowden,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  B., 

solicitor,  Cannon  Row,  Westminster,  S.W.        II.  1860. 

„    16.     John  Sheldon  Hepworth,  aged  9,  son  of  T.   H.,  solicitor, 

1,  Rayner  Place,  Chelsea.  II.  1861. 

Became  Chorister,  H.M.  Chapel  Royal,  St.  James's. 

„    19.     George  Daniel  Moore,  aged  11,  son  of  Daniel  M...  clergyman, 
Camberwell.  '  VII.  1863. 

Deceased. 

„    20.     Edward  Charles  Stebbing,  aged  15,  son  of  H.  S.,  clergyman, 
St.  Mary  Somerset.  VIII.  1861. 

Clerk  in  National  Debt  Office. 

„    26.     Cecil  Hope  Pearson,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  P.  (deceased), 

4,  Brunswick  Road,  Camberwell.  V.  1864. 

„    29.     Alfred  Povah,  aged  9,  son  of  Alfred  P.,  clergyman,  Sumner 

Street,  Southwark.  VIII.  1867. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Balliol  College,  Oxford ;  Second  Class  Classics, 

Moderations,  1869  ;  B.A.  ;  in  Orders  ;  deceased. 

Georgio  Augusto  How,  Cwpitaneo. 

Admitted  Hay  4,  1850. 

July  26.     Edward     John     Lam  plow     Roberts,    aged     12,    son     of 

R.    H.    R.,    clergyman,    14,    Bury   Place,    Bloomsbury 

Square.  VI.  1864. 

William  Edward  Scott,  aged  10,  son  of  J.   S.,  clergyman. 

New  Park  Road,  Clai^ham  Park.  VI.  1865. 

Subsequently  to  Keble  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1874  ;  Head  Master 
of  Northallerton  Grammar  School,  1877  ;  Curate  of  St.  Mary  Magdalen, 
Paddington. 

Lewis  John  de  la  Chaumette,  aged  12,  son  of  L.  J.  C, 
stockbroker,  29,  Sherborne  Street.  VI.  1862. 

William  Henry  Bolton  Ball,  aged  11,  son  of  J.  B.,  clergy- 
man, Thavies  Inn.  IV.  1862. 

Stanley  John  MacKenzie,  aged  10,  son  of  H.  MacK.,  clergy- 
man, Tidd  St.  Mary,  Lincoln.  VIII.  1866. 
Clerk  in  Inland  Revenue,  Somerset  House. 

Sept.  17.  Francis  Ralph  Allfree,  aged  11,  son  of  E.  A.,  clergyman, 
St.  Swithin,  E.C.  Vin.  1866. 

Worcester  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1869  ;  M.A.  1873  ;  Curate  of 
St.  Mary's,  Dover. 

James  Whitbread  Lee  Glaisher,  aged  9,  son  of  James  G., 
astronomer,  Royal  Observatory,  Greenwich.  VIII.  1867. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhi- 
bitioner, 1869-70  ;  Scholar,  1868  ;  B.A.  (Second  "Wrangler),  1871  ; 
Fellow,  1871,  and  Assistant  Tutor  ;  F.R.S. 


338  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1858 

AdmiUcd. 

Sept.  17.     Leigh  ton  Mayo  Dalton,  aged  9,  son  of  B.  N.  D.,  stockbroker, 
44,  Park  Road,  Stockwell.  VII.  1867. 

Campilen  Exhibitioner,  Ti'iuity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  ExM- 
bitiouer,  1871;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Classics),  1871  ;  M.A.  1875  ;  Head 
Master  of  Sudbury  Grammar  School,  Suffolk,  1873. 

Charles  Walhouse  Grimston,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  G., 
artist,  47,  Great  Marlboro'  Street.  I.  1860. 

Vincent  Charles  Reynell  Reynell,  aged  10,  son  of  John  R., 
solicitor,  1.  Sheffield  Gardens,  Kensington.  VIII.  1867. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class 
Law  Tripos),  1870 ;  Head  Master  of  King's  CoUege  Choir  School, 
Cambridge,  1879. 

Noel  Lewis  Pocock,  aged  10,  sou  of  Lewis  P.,  gentleman, 
20,  Upper  Gower  Street.  VIII.  1865. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1871  ;  practising  in  London. 

Frederick  Walter  Stokes,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry  S..  distiller, 
18,  King  Street,  Snow  Hill.  III.  1861. 

George  Smyth  Baden  Powell,  aged  10,  son  of  Baden  P., 
clergyman,  6,  Stanhope  Street,  Hyde  Park.     VI.  1864. 

Baliiol  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  (Tbii-d  Class  Lit.  Hum.),  1875  ; 
Chancellor's  Prize  (English  Essay),  1876  ;  author  of  New  Homca  for 
the  Old  Country,  &c. 

Henry  Maynard  Mills,  aged  11,  son  of  Hemy  M.,  barrister, 
1,  New  Court,  Temple.  VIII.  1866. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Lincoln  College,  Oxford ;  B.A.  1872  ;  M.A. 
1873  ;  Private  Secretary  to  Sir  Andrew  Clerke,  Governor  of  the  Straits 
Settlements,  1873-75  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple),  1875. 

Oct.  17.     Henry  Selfe  Bennett,  aged  11,  son  of  James  B.,  physician, 
15,  Fiusbury  Square.  VIII.  1865. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge ;  B.A.  1869 ; 
M.B.  1875  ;  St.  Thomas's  Hospital ;  M.R.C.S.  1874. 

1859 

Feb.    3.     Thomas  Alford  Burdon,  aged  11,  son  of  Thomas  B.,  gentle- 
man, 23,  St.  George's  Road.  VIII.  1866. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhi- 
bitioner, 1867-70  ;  B.A.  (Thii-d  Class  Classics),  1870 ';  died  1872. 

Alfred  James  Atkinson,  aged  10,  son  of  John  A.,  surgeon, 

Kew  Green,  Surrey.  VII.  1865. 

University  College;  L.S.A.  1870;  M.R.C.S.  England,  1875; 
M.Pi.C.P.  Edinburgh,  1875  ;  practising  at  Kew. 

Edwin    James   Sturdee,  aged    9,    son    of   Edwaid   R.  S. 

merchant,  134,  Fenchurch  Street.  IV.  1861. 

Herbert  Heath,  aged  9,  son  of  Christopher  H.,  gentleman, 

28,  Gordon  Square.  VIII.  1866. 

University  of  London  ;  Matriculated,  King's  CoUege,  London ; 
Minister  in  Catholic  Apostolic  Church. 

Henry  Alexander  Black,  aged  10,  son  of  Patrick  B., 
physician,  St.  Bartholomews.  VII.  1865. 

School  of  Mines  ;  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Scholar,  1866  and  1867  ; 
Christ  Church  Oxford,  Junior  Student,  18C7  ;  First  Class  Natural 
Science,  1871  ;  B.A.  1872  ;  Mining  Engineer. 


1 859]  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  339 


Admitted. 

Feb.    3.     Arthur  Cole  Hill,  aged  9,  son  of  P.  G.  C.  H.,  clergyman, 
28,  Churton  Street,  Belgravia. 

Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford  ;  Agent  of  Hudson's  Bay  Company. 

Wallis  Windle,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  gentleman, 
10,  Rodney  Terrace  West,  Mile  End  Eoad.        II.  1861.' 

Walter  Lambert  Pierce,  aged  10,  son  of  John  P.,  secretary, 

2,  Lyon's  Inn,  Strand.  I.  I860. 

Apr.  20,     Francis  Hordern  Allen,  aged  12,  son  of  J.  T.  A.,  clergyman, 

Stradbrooke,  Suffolk.  V.  1861. 

Norfolk  and  Norwich  Hospital,  1861-64  ;  Pembroke  College,  Oxford  ; 
B.A.  1869  ;  Liclitield  Theological  College  ;  M.A.  1871  ;  Vicar  of  All 
Saints,  Moss,  Yorkshire,  1875. 

May  13.     William  Ashbury  (Asbury)  Greene,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  G. 
(deceased),  22,  Regent  Square.  VII.  1864. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1869  ;  practising  in  London. 


Henkico  Lacy  Taverner,  Ccqntaneo. 

Admitted  May  4,   1850. 

Sept.  16.     Joseph   Wilkinson,  nged   10,  son   of  Joseph   W.  (deceased), 
Pall  Mall.  VII.  1865. 

Stockbroker. 

Edward  Wilton  South,  aged  11,  son  of  Robert  S.,  clergy- 
man, 13,  King  Edward  Street.  VIII.  1866. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1867-70;  Scholar,  1867;  B.A,  (First  Senior  Op.  and  Fourth 
in  Second  Class  Classics),  1870  ;  Bracketed  Chancellor's  Medallist, 
1870  ;  M.A.  1873  ;  Assistant  Master,  Wellington  College  and  Christ's 
Hospital ;  Head  Master  of  Blackheath  Proprietary  School,  1876. 

George  Charles  Mansfield,  aged  10,  son  of  George  M.,  clergy- 
man, 1,  South  Grove  East,  Mildmay  Park.  I.  1860, 
Went  to  India  and  died  young. 

Arthur  Henry  Webster,  aged  9,  son  of  Richard  W.,  chrono- 
meter maker,  74,  Cornhill.  VI.  1867. 

Charles  Druitt,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  D.,  physician, 
37,  Hertford  Street,  May  Fair.  V.   I863! 

Removed  to  Royal  Academy,  Gosport  ;  Matriculated  Loudon  Univer- 
sity, 1866  ;  Exeter  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class Theol.),  1871  ; 
in  Orders. 

Francis  Eraser  Hird,  aged  12,  son  of  Frederick  H.,  surgeon, 
17,  Clitford  Street,  New  Bond  Street.  VII.  1866. 

Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A  1870 ;  M.A.  1873  ;  in 
Orders. 

Frederick  Henry  Withecombe,  aged  11,  son  of  John  W., 
physician,  29,  Grosvenor  Street.  V.   1864. 

University  of  Bonn  ;  subsequently  Hanover,  and  Rouen. 

Henry  Boyes  Mugliston,  aged  10,  son  of  G.  M.,  surgeon, 
Stratford,  Essex.  VII.  1865. 

London  University  Matriculation  ;  London  Hospital  L.R.C.P.  ; 
and  L.R.C.S.  Edinburgh,  1870;  L.S.A.  London,  1870;  M.R.C.S. 
England,  1871  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Middle  Temple),  1874. 

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340  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1859 

Admitted. 

Sept.  16.     Arthur  Henry  Savory,  aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  P.  S.,  surgeon, 
Wendover,  Bucks.  VIII.  1867. 

Charing    Cross   Hospital  ;   M.R.C.S.    England,     1873  ;     L.R.C.P. 
Edinburgh,  1874  ;  practising  at  Wendover,  Bucks. 

John  Hill  Capper,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  C,  manager  of 
the  Victoria  Docks,  The  Grove,  Stratford.         II.  1863. 
Arthur  Clifford  Smith,  aged  11,  son  of  William  S.,  LL.D., 
Regents  Villas,  Avenue  Road.  VII.  1864. 

Oct.   21.     Francis  William  Illingworth,  age  1  9,  son  of  E.  A.  I.,  clergy- 
man, Mecklenburgh  Square.  VIII.  1868. 
lu  Australia. 

Nov.  18.     Arthur  Courtenay  Roberts,  aged  10,  son  of  H.  R.,  clergy- 
man, 14,  Bury  Place,  Bloomsbury  Square.      VII.  1868. 

King's  College,  London  ;  A.K.C.  (TheoL),  1872  ;  in  Orders. 


1860 

Jan.  27.     Charles  Alexander  Maclaran,  aged  10,  son  of  G.  M.,  law- 
stationer,  Holford  Square,  Pentonville.  VII.  1866. 
Augustus  Smyth  PoweU,  aged  10,  son  of  Baden  P.,  clergy- 
man, 6,  Stanhope  Street. 

Died  1863. 

Feb.     .3.     Charles    Stubbs,    aged    9,     son    of    John  S.,    (deceased), 
15,  Wycombe  Terrace,  Hornsey  Road.  VIII.  1869. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge  ;  Sykes 
Exhibitioner,  1870  ;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.  and  Third  Class  Law),  1873  ; 
M.A.  ;  LL.M.  1876  ;  LL.D.  1882  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Middle  Temple), 
1874. 

„    22.     Cranstoun  Erasmus  Ommanney,  aged  11,  son  of  Richard  0., 
solicitor,  Lower  Tooting. 

Superintendent  of  Police,  Singapore  ;  died  1882. 

„  24.  Aubrey  Lackington  Moore,  aged  11,  son  of  Daniel  M.,  clergy- 
man, Camberwell.  VIII.  1867. 
Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Exeter  College,  Oxford  ;  First  Class  Classics, 
Mods.  1869  ;  B.A.  (First  Class  Lit.  Hum.1,  1871  ;  Fellow  of 
St.  John's,  1872  ;  M.A.  1874  ;  Rector  of  Frenchay,  1876-81  ;  Tutor 
of  Keble,  1881. 

^lar.  30.     Robert  Farquhar  Trezevant,  aged  1 1 ,  son  of  R.  T.,  gentleman, 
Grantchester.  1865. 

Stockbroker. 

Charles  Alfred  Airey,  aged  10,  son  of  J.  A.  L.  A.,  clergyman, 
3,  Residentiary  Houses,  St.  Pauls.  VIII.  1867, 

Clerk  in  Bank  of  England. 

James  Nethery  Hill,  aged  10,  son  of  Charles  H.,  clergyman, 
Greenwich.  III.  1863. 

Naval  Cadet,  1863  ;  Sub-Lieut.  1870  ;  Lieut.  1874  ;  Greenwich  Naval 
College  Certificate,  1875. 

Edmund  Leonard  Bruff,  aged    11,  son    of   P.  S.  B.,  civil 
engineer,  Hanford  Lodge,  Ipswich.  VI.  1866. 

Solicitor,  admitted  1872  ;  practising  in  London.  Leonard  in  Register, 
but  ?  Thomas. 


i86o]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.  PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  341 


Alfredo  Gulielmo  South,  Capiianeo. 

Admitted  February  25,   1854. 
Admitted. 

June    7.     Frank  Saflford,  aged  11,  son  of  —  S.,  Inland  Revenue  Office, 

Somerset  House,  Longcroft,  near  Tring.  VII.  1867. 

Home  Office,  1^69-71  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Middle  Temple),  1872. 

John  Grafton  Cass,  aged  12,  son  of —  ,  captain,  mercantile 

marine.  Perry  Hill,  Sydenham.  VII.  1865. 

Merchant,  Amoy,  China;  died  1883. 

„  26.  Ernest  William  Mathew  Carey  Rundell,  nged  10,  son  of 
William  J.  R.,  clergyman,  1,  Victoria  Terrace,  Coburg 
Road,  Old  Kent  Road.  VIII.  1868. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford  ;  White's  Exliibitioner, 
1869  ;  B.A.  and  S.C.L.,  1873  ;  M.A.  1875  ;  in  Orders. 

„    27.     Lionel  Algernon  White,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  farmer, 

Watering-bury.  VIII.  1868. 

Ensign  53rd  Regiment,  1869  ;  Lieut.  1871  ;  Captain,  1880. 

July     7.     Walter  Annis  Attenborough,  aged  9,  son  of   Richard  A., 

silversmith,  Buckingham  House,  Avenue  Rd.  VIII.  1869. 

Canipden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1870-72  ;  B.A.  1873  ;  M.A.  LL.M.,  1876  ;  called  to  the  Bar 
(Middle  Temple),  1874. 

Sept.    6.     Henry  Louis  Fleet,  aged  10,  son   of  J.  F.,  merchant.  Fen- 
church  Street.  V.  1864. 

R.N.  Sub-Lieut.  1870  ;  Lieut.  1874. 

„  7.  Edward  William  Donoghue  Manson,  aged  11,  son  of 
E.  M.,  surgeon  (deceased),  33,  Park    Street,  Grosvenor 

Square.  VIII.  1868. 

Pauline    Exhibitioner,    Brasenose   College,  Oxford ;    Second   Class 

Classics  Mods.  1870  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Lit.  Hum.),  1872  ;   called  to 
the  Bar  (Middle  Temple). 

Arthur  William  Finch,  aged  11,  son  of  W.  F.,  clergy- 
man. VI.  1863. 

Died  September,  1863. 
Herbert    Smalley,    aged    9,     son     of    C.    S.,     clergj^man, 
St.  Matthew's,  Bayswater.  VII.   1869. 

King's  College  Hospital  ;  M.R.C.S.  1875  ;  L.R.C.P.  (Loudon),  1875. 

Henry  Collet,  aged    11,  son   of  H.    C,   surgeon.  Worth- 
ing. IV.  1865. 
„      8.     H.  A.  Milnor   Killick,  aged   15,  son  of  R.  K.,  clergyman, 
St.  Clement's  Danes.                                             IV.  1862. 
Removed  to  Chipping  Camden  School,  Gloucester ;  Clerk  in  Vote 
Office,  House  of  Commons. 

„  10.  Alfred  Bray  Kempe,  aged  11,  son  of  J.  K.,  clergyman, 
St.  James,  Piccadilly.  VIIL  1868. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibi- 
tioner, 1871  ;  B.A.  (Wrangler),  1872  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple), 
1873  ;  F.R.S.  1881. 

Arthur  Edwin  Quekett,  aged  9,  son  of  J.  P.  Q.,  professor, 
Lincoln's  Inn  Fields.  VIIL  1869. 

Henry  Smiles,  aged  9,  son  of  H.  S.,  physician,  Bedford 
Square.  IL   1864. 


342  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [i860 

Admiltrd. 

Sept.  11.     Sidney  James  Tindall,  aged  9,  son  of  J.  T.,  secretary  to  the 

Liverpool  Assurance  Company,  Poultry.  IV.  1865. 

„    19.     Frank   Ford   Peregrine,  aged   9,  son   of  P.  P.,  physician, 

3,  Half  Moon  Street,  Piccadilly.  VII.   1869. 

Oct.  19.  Frederick  Henry  Lacey,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  T.  L.,  clergyman, 
LeAvisham.  VIII.  1870. 

Campden    Exliibitioner,  -  Jesus   College,    Cambridge;    B.A.    1873; 
'  M.A.  1876  ;  Tutor  in  jjrivate  school. 

William  James  Mann,  aged  10,  son  of  S.  L.  M.,  inspector 
of  gas  company,  5,  Somerset  Terrace,  Milton  Road, 
Stoke  Newingtoii.  VIII.  1868. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Queen's  College,  Oxford;  B.A.  and  S.C. L. 
1871  ;  M.A.  1875  ;  Minor  Canon,  Carlisle,  1875  ;  Minor  Canon,  Win- 
chester, 1879. 

„  26.  John  Robert  Wyatt,  aged  9,  son  of  R.  W.,  gentleman  far- 
mer, St.  Albans,  Herts.  V.  1866. 

„  30.  Greville  Ewing  Nelson,  aged  10,  son  of  Robert  N.,  school- 
master, 16,  Stepney  Causeway.  1867. 

„  31.  Edward  Story,  aged  9,  son  of  J.  S.  S.,  solicitor  (deceased), 
Bedford  Square.  I.  1862. 

Dec.  12.  Charles  Edward  Grenside,  aged  11,  son  of  Christo- 
pher G.,  clergyman,  156,  Albany  Street,  Regent's 
Park.  VIII.  1868. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Wadham  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (Second  Class 
Law  and  Mod.  Hist.),  1872  ;  M.A.  1876  ;  Vicar  of  Elmley,  York- 
shire, 1882. 


1861 

Mar.    4.     Walter  William  Kelly,  aged  11,  son  of  Walter  K.,  clergy- 
man, Brighton.  VIII.  1868. 
Pauline     Exhibitioner,  Caius    College,    Cambridge;     B.A.    1871; 
M.A.  1875  ;  in  Orders. 

„      0      Arthur  Norreys   Fynes-Clinton,  aged    10,  son  of  Charles 
J.  F.,  clergyman,  3,  Montague  Place,  Russell  Square. 

VIII.  1869. 

Captain,  1868-69  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Christ  Church,  Oxford  ; 
Junior  Student  ;  Third  Class  Classics  Mods.  1871 ;  B.A.  (Third  Class  Lit. 
Hum.),  1873  ;  Head  of  Burlington  House  School,  Richmond,  Surrey. 

„    14.     George  R.  Sargent,  aged  11,  son  of  J.  B.  S.,  clerk.  Regent's 
Park.  III.  1865. 

Frederico  Gulielmo  Spurling,  Caintanco. 

Admitted  November  3,  1855. 

June  1 9.     Frank  PowcH,  aged  10,  son  of  Baden  P.,  clergyman  (deceased), 
6,  Stanhope  Street,  Hyde  Park. 
Balliol  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  ;  Inner  Temple. 

„    20.     William  Lord  Watts,  aged  10,  son  of  W.  M.  W.,  printer, 
Crown  Court,  Temple  Bar.  II.  1864- 


i86i]  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  343 

Admitted. 

June  22.  George  Meryon  White,  aged  9,  son  of  Thomas  W.,  farmer, 
Wateringbury.  VIII.  1870. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Clirist  Chiircli,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1874  ;  M.A.  1880  ; 
called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple). 

„    24.     Arthur  Stenning,  aged  11,  son  of  Edward  S.,  gentleman, 
Stratton  House,  Godstone.  VIII.  1868. 

Died  December  2,  1880. 

Sept.  27.  Edward  Sharrington  Davenport,  aged  10,  son  of  E.  D., 
gentleman,  Bucknell,  Salop.  II.  18C3. 

Charles  Parkinson  Oates,  aged  11,  son  of  P.  0.,  surgeon, 
Pimlico. 

Milborn  FitzMaurice  Charles  West,  aged  11,  son 
of  M.  T.  W.,  dressing-case  maker,  1,  St.  James 
Street.  VIII.  1869. 

Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  1875  ;  in  Orders. 

Oct.  1.  Charles  Harvey  Malin  (Malim),  aged  13,  son  of  Alfred  M., 
gentleman,  Bromley,  Kent.  V.  1864. 

„      2.     James  Foxton  Cass,  aged  11,  son  of  W.  C,  captain  mercan- 
tile marine.  Perry  Hill,  Sydenham. 
Admitted  solicitor,  1873  ;  practising  in  London. 

„      4.     Charles  Sancroft  Webber,  aged  11,  son  of  Charles  S.  W., 
surgeon,  20,  Connaught  Square.  V.  1863. 

Hydrographer's  Dept.,  Admiralty. 

„      7.     Harold  Edmund  Wadham  Sutton,  aged  11,  son  of  John  S. 

(deceased),  Somersham  Kectory,  Hunts.  VII.  1868. 

„    ]5.     Charles  Edward  Seaman,  aged  14,  son  of  S.  S.,  clergyman. 

North  wood,  Isle  of  Wight.  VIII.  1866. 

Corpus  Christi  College,  Cambridge,  Stock  Exhibitioner,  1867  ;  Sykes 
Exhibitioner,  1868  ;  Mawson  Scholar  ;  Manners  Scholar  ;  B.A.  (Second 
Class  Classics),  1870 ;  U.A.  1873 ;  Vicar  of  Northwood,  Isle  of 
Wight. 

„    16.     James  Knowles  Hamson,  aged  10,  son  of  J.  K.  H.,  doctor, 
Islington.  VIII.  1869. 

St.  ILiry's  Hall,  Oxford  ;  Nowell  Exhibitioner  ;  Vicar  of  Dewsbury, 
Yorkshire. 

„    30.     Arthur  Allan  Leonard,  aged  11,  son  of  F.  B.  L.,  clergyman, 
Kemeys-Inferior.  VIII.  1869. 

Pauline  Exhiliitioner,  Oriel  College,  Oxford  ;  Beaufort  Exhibitioner, 
1869;  B.A.  (Fourth  Class  Theology),  1873;  M.A.  1877;  Vicar  of 
Fordington,  Dorset,  1880. 

Dec.  13.  Francis  Edward  Ride,  aged  10,  son  of  Francis  R.,  gentle- 
man, 20,  Lupus  Street,  St.  George's  Square.       I.  1863. 

Charles  Thomas  Gilbert,  aged  7,  son  of  P.  G.,  clergyman. 
Rectory,  St.  Giles,  Cripplegate.  VII.  1869. 

Walter  Thomas  Kesteven,  aged  10,  son  of  E.  M.  K.,  mer- 
chant, Islington.  VI.  1866. 

Arthur  John  Webb,  aged  9,  son  of  Henry  W.,  wheelwright, 
3,  Ridgway  Place,"Wimbledon.  VIII.  1870. 

Samuel  Smiles,  aged  9,  son  of  Samuel  S.,  secretary  to  South 
Eastern  Railway,  6,  Granville  Pk.,  Lewisham.  III.  1864. 


344  SCHOLARS  OF  ST.   PAUL'S  SCHOOL.  [1861 

Admitted. 

Dec.    13.     Herbert   Co"wie,  aged   11,  son  of  B.   M.    C,   clergyman, 
42,  Upper  Harley  Street.  VIII.  1868. 

Captain,  1867-68  ;  Pauline  Exhibitioner,  St.  John's  College,  Cam- 
bridge ;  Minor  Scholar,  1868  ;  Foundation  Scholar,  1870  ;  B.A.  (Tliird 
in  First  Class  Classics),  1872  ;  Fellow,  1873  ;  One  of  H.M.'s  Inspec- 
tors of  Schools,  1876. 

James  Frederick  Townsend,  aged  11,  son  of  G.  T.,  clergy- 
man, Burleigh  Street,  Strand.  VIII.  1867. 

Clerk  in  the  Exchequer  Divison  of  the  High  Court  of  Justice. 

William  Yelverton  Davenport,  aged  10,  son  of  E.  D., 
gentleman,  Bucknell,  Salop.  VI.  1866. 

Murray  Laurence  Russell,  aged  10,  sou  of  W.  A.  K,  physi- 
cian, St.  Albans,  Herts.  VII.  1869. 

Frederick  John  Ottley  Helmore,  aged  10,  son  of  Thomas  H., 
clergyman,  6,  Cheyne  Walk,  Chelsea.  VIII.  1870. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Oriel  College,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (Fourth  Class 
Theology),  1874  ;  M.A.  1877  ;  Minor  Canon  of  Canterbury  ;  Precentor, 
1883. 

Harman  Mackenzie,  aged  11,  son  of  — ,  clergyman,  9,  Canon- 
bury  Park  North,  Islington.  VI.  1866. 

1862 

Feb.  13.     John  Cooper  Wilkinson,  aged  9,  son  of  —  ,  cashier  {deceased), 
65,  Clarendon  Road,  Netting  Hill.  IV.  1865. 

Guy's  Hospital. 

Wynnard  Hooper,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  H.,  gentleman,  23, 
Bedford  Place,  Kensington.  VIII.  1871. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Clare  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  (Second 
Class  Classics,  Third  Class  Moral  Science),  1875. 

Charles  P.  Jennings,  aged  9,  son  of  P.  J.,  clergyman, 
Hockley,  Chelmsford.  II.  1864. 

Henry  Cromwell  Beechworth  Field,  aged  11,  son  of  Henry 
W.  F.,  Queen's  Assay  Master,  Royal  Mint.   VIII.  1869. 

Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  B.A.  1874  ;  in  Orders. 

Mar.  21.     John  Parrott  Harris,  aged  10,  son  of  William  H.,  surgeon, 
Worthing. 
„    28.     Fraser  Ellis  Baddeley,  aged  9,  son  of  —  B.  {deceased),  Sise 
Lane.  I.  1863. 

Arthuro  Black,  Capitanco. 

Admitted  February  27,  1854. 

July  18.     Robert  Erskine  Pollock,  aged  13,  son  of  John  P.,  barrister 
(deceased),  22,  Fitzroy  Square.  VIII.  1868. 

Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge  ;  LL.  B.  (First  in  Second  Class  Law  Tripos), 

1871  ;  called  to  the  Bar  (Inner  Temple),  1873. 

„    24.     James  Sheerman,  aged  9,  son  of  James  S.,  brewer,  Tring, 

Herts.  V.  1869. 

Sept.  18.     Archibald  Gordon  Pollock,  aged  10,  son  of  John  P.,  barrister 

{deceased),  22,  Fitzroy  Square.  VIII.  1870. 


1 862]  SCHOLARS   OF   ST.   PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  345 

Admitted. 

Oct.     1.     Arthur  Stephen  Noel  McCarthy,  aged  11,  son  of  T.  McC, 
clergyman,  66,  Myddelton  Square.  VII.  1870. 

Clerk  in  the  Bank  of  England. 

„  3.  Reginald  Joseph  Martin,  aged  10,  son  of  R.  M.  M.,  clergy- 
man, Roach  House,  Blue  Anchor  Road.         VIII.  1871. 

„  7.  Arthur  William  Long,  aged  10,  son  of  William  L.,  clerk  in 
Civil  Service,  22,  Grosvenor  Road,  Kilburn.  VII.  1869. 

CivO  Service,  1872. 

„  10.  Harry  Pateman,  aged  10,  son  of  W.  S.  P.,  publisher,  4,  Wine 
Office  Court,  Fleet  Street.  III.  1866. 

„  13.  Cecil  Moore,  aged  11,  son  of  Daniel  M.,  clergyman,  Camber- 
well.  VIII.  1870. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Exeter  College,  Oxford  ;  Newdigate  Prize  {St. 
Louis)  1873;  B.A.  (Second  Class  Modern  History),  1874  ;  M.A.  1877  ; 
in  Orders. 

.,  21.  Montagu  Jenner,  aged  9,  son  of  M.  H.  J.,  clerk  in  the 
Probate  Court,  36,  Sutherland  Street,  Belgrave 
Street.  III.  1867. 

„     28.     William  Francis  Drew,  aged  9,  son  of  G.  S.  D.,  clergyman. 

John  Moore  Sinyanki,  aged  9,  son  of  J.  E.  S.,  clergyman, 

15,  West  Sq.,  St.  George's  Rd.,  Southwark.  VIII.  1872. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Hertford  College,  Oxford. 

Nov.    8.     Charles  Augustus  Lloyd,  aged   11,   son   of  James   R.    L., 
manaaincj  clerk,  Belmont  Hill,  Lee.  VI.  1867. 

„  28.  Charles  Clark  Bruff,  aged  12,  son  of  P.  B.,  civil  engineer, 
Hanford  Lodge,  Ipswich. 


1863 

Jan.  1.  Ernest  Bell,  aged  11,  son  of  G.  B.,  publisher.  Fleet 
Street.  VIIL  1869. 

Campden  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibi- 
tioner, 187P-72  ;  B.A.  (Junior  Op.),  1873  ;  publisher. 

Feb.  14.  Arthur  Percy  Lloyd,  aged  10,  son  of  James  R.  L.,  managing 
clerk,  Belmont  Hill,  Lee.  VIIL  1871. 

Mar.  11.  Edward  Stafford  Finch,  aged  11,  son  of  William  Stafford  F., 
clergyman,  Beauvoir  Town,  Hackney.  VIIL  1870. 

St.  Edmund  Hall,  Oxford  ;  B.A.  (Fourth  Class  Theology),  1875  ; 
in  Orders. 

April    4.     Henry  Incledon  Johns,  aged  10,  son  of  B.  J.  J.,  clergyman, 
chaplain  to  the  Blind  School,  Blackfriars  Road.  1. 1864. 
Trinity  College,  Dublin  ;  in  Orders. 

Clemente  Smith,  Gapitaneo. 

Admitted  October  28,  1854. 

May  4.  Walter  James  Holmes,aged  11,  son  of  Joseph  F.H..  solicitor, 
6,  Springfield  Road,  Colney  Hatch.  VIIL  1871. 

Pauline  Exhibitioner,  Trinity  College,  Cambridge  ;  Perry  Exhibitioner, 
1873-74  :  B.A.  1875. 


346  SCHOLARS   OF  ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL.  [1863 

Admitted. 

Juue  30.     Ai'thur  Alfred  Haigley  Priest,  aged  11,  son  of  A.  P.,  surgeon, 
Waltham  Abbey.  I.  1864. 

Died  ill  the  School. 

Sept.  22.     Conrade  James  Vallance,  aged  13,  son  of  J.  T.  V.,  surgeon, 

Stratford,  Essex.  1867. 

„      9.     Frederick  Vivian  Knox,  aged  11,  son  of  G.   K.,  clergyman, 

Waddon,  Croydon,  Surrey.  VIII.  1870. 

Captain,  1869-70  ;  Pauline  Exhibitio